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René Pollesch
DIE GEWEHRE DER FRAU KATHRIN ANGERER
Theatre
Language German
Duration approx. 105 min
Prices EUR 8 / 15 / 22 / 29 / 36 / 44 / 51 / 59
Dates
Vergangene Termine
5. June
Saturday
Time 7pm
 
6. June
Sunday
Time 7pm
 
8. June
Tuesday
Time 7pm
 
9. June
Wednesday
Time 7pm
 
Weitere Termine
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  • Evening programme

    Please click here to download the evening programme.

  • Q & A

    6 June, following the performance, Großer Pausenraum
    Moderation: Christine Standfest (dramaturge & curator)

In Praise of the Dance Film – Primark Bausch

‘The day the theatre loses its bite, the auditorium will be filled with dentists,’ wrote Heiner Müller. And yet, when I think of dentists, I’m more minded to think that: if you’re really a dentist, well, dentists do have the ability to shine a light in such a way that you see everything, but without being blinded. It’s something theatre people struggle with. So, Heiner Müller: people in glass houses shouldn’t rail against dentists! Enough already with ‘a mother’s womb is not a one-way street’. Your straight heterosexual arse isn’t either. What I’m getting at is that the experiences of people who can’t be bothered to write anything down cannot be tantamount to the loss of meaning for the theatre. Therefore: praise be to the dance film. We keep hearing the world has been abandoned. If so, how did the ‘worldlessness’ keep its children? Through the ‘third thing’? No, through the fourth. Praise be to the fourth thing.

René Pollesch, director designate of the Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Berlin, has been directing his own plays at numerous theatres for many years. His practice as director and author relies heavily on the autonomy of the artists assembled in the theatre, foremost among them the actors and the set and costume designers.

  • Artistic Team

    Text, Direction René Pollesch With Kathrin Angerer, Lilith Krause, Rosa Lembeck, Marie Rosa Tietjen, Thomas Schmauser, Martin Wuttke Dancechoir Lilia Bassenge, Luna Caric, Greta Geyer, Eleni Murkudis, Anna Marlene Steinberg, Juna Wendisch, Ida Aga Zinnen Set Nina von Mechow Costumes Tabea Braun Video Concept, Camera Jan Speckenbach Camera Marlene Blumert Light design Kevin Sock Souffleuse Leonie Jenning Dramaturgy Johanna Kobusch Dramaturgy and Direction internship Ragna Boetticher, Leonie Hahn

    The set includes a reproduction of the painting Monolith by artist Alekos Hofstetter.

  • Production

    Coproduction Wiener Festwochen, Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz (Berlin)

    Premiere June 2021, Wiener Festwochen

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