Alexander Zeldin
LOVE
The Inequalities
Theatre
Language English with German surtitles
Duration 90 min
Prices EUR 20 / 35
Dates
Vergangene Termine
2. September
Thursday
Time 8pm
 
3. September
Friday
Time 8pm
 
4. September
Saturday
Time 8pm
 
6. September
Monday
Time 8pm
 
7. September
Tuesday
Time 8pm
 
8. September
Wednesday
Time 8pm
 
Weitere Termine
© Nurith Wagner-Strauss
© Nurith Wagner-Strauss
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© Nurith Wagner-Strauss
  • Evening programme

    To download the evening programme please click here.

  • Q & A

    4 September, following the performance

  • With the support of

    AK Wien - Presenting partner of The Inequalities

A community is a fragile thing. And the current pandemic is intensifying simmering conflicts and exacerbating social injustice. How are we to live together? That’s one of the questions that the eight people ask themselves as their individual needs and fears collide in the community kitchen of a temporary housing shelter. Take the family of four that hopes to be able to find a home of their own before Christmas. Or the mother and son who appear to have come to terms with the difficult circumstances of their lives. They are all forced to live in cramped conditions. The sterile premises do not allow any creature comforts, and personal worries about the future make any form of mutual support all the more difficult. LOVE, a piece that is part of Alexander Zeldin’s trilogy entitled The Inequalities, propelled him into the limelight of international attention. With its commitment to contemporary realism, his theatre sensitively addresses the complex nuances in the reality of people’s lives and the precarious way in which they cohabit. In LOVE, a fragile community defies various adverse circumstances – and proves more stable than expected.

The Inequalities is the heading under which up-and-coming director and dramatist Alexander Zeldin has combined three thrilling stand-alone evenings of theatre into a capitalism-critical trilogy. Next to Faith, Hope and Charity also LOVE is presented at the Wiener Festwochen.

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  • Artistic Team

    Direction Alexander Zeldin With Amelda Brown, Naby Dakhli, Janet Etuk, Amelia Finnegan, Oliver Finnegan, Joel MacCormack, Hind Swareldahab, Grace Willoughby, Daniel York Loh Set Natasha Jenkins Light design Marc Williams Sound design Josh Anio Grigg Movement direction Marcin Rudy Associate Director Elin Schofield Associate Costume Designer Caroline McCall

  • Production

    Production Odéon Théâtre de l’Europe (Paris) Coproduction A Zeldin Company Original production National Theatre of Great Britain (London) Original coproduction Birmingham Repertory Theatre With the support of The Polonsky Foundation

    Premiere LOVE, December 2016, National Theatre of Great Britain (London)

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