TUE 2. FEBRUARY 2016
KuKooN, Buntentorsteinweg 29, 28201 Bremen
The film ›Mókus Riviera‹ of the Gießen-based collective Mobile Albania and the Budapest artists’ tribe Pneuma Szöv tells the legend of Mókus Maxi, a giant multifunctional homeless squirrel. It gives an insight into the German-Hungarian theatre project ›20 forintos operetta‹, a street phantasy that deals with street situation in Budapest by fostering a common space, a living open society of trust and cooperation through art.
The film screening is part of a series of activities the two artist groups will set up between from 1st til 6th of February 2016 in the city of Bremen.
Since 2012 they having been traveling with a wooden donkey under the name ›Pap-Familie‹ through cities such as Leipzig and Budapest, gathering citizens, activists, and decision-makers on squares and in theaters to negotiate urgent issues in the ›Paplament‹, a forum held in the evenings. Whether it is poverty, urban planning, or freedom of speech–what, who, and where the focus will be on in Bremen is announced at short notice.
By and with: Zsuzsa Berecz, Julia Blawert, Dorka Esze, Sarah Günther, Till Korfhage, Viktor Markos, Roland Siegwald, Katharina Stephan, Luca Szabados
Production: Mobile Albania und Pneuma Szöv.
CoProduction: Lofft, das Theater.
Supported by City of Leipzig, Cultural Office, Fonds Darstellende Künste and ›Szenenwechsel‹, a program of Robert Bosch Foundation and Internationales Theaterinstitut.
Supported by the NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ Guest Performance Fund for Theatre, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and the Departments of Culture and Arts of the German federal state.