FRI Sept 11 / 8pm + SAT Sept 12 / 6 pm + 9pm
On FRI Sept 11 with audience talk
Craggy rocks, a mammoth, wisps of fog: this opulent stage design takes the audience to the cave in the Neandertal where, in 1865, the skeleton of an early human was found. Wearing a robe of fur, Malte Scholz bares the vulnerability of his soul in a moving monologue.
In days of old, in order to assuage feuds, people compensated injuries with benefits in kind, instead of revenging them eye for an eye. It was thus of great import to precisely differentiate whether, for example, an injured eyelid could still hold a tear, if a lame foot could still knock the dew from a piece of grass or if a blow to the head had exposed the brain. The collective appraisal of wounds opened up a symbolic space of negotiation and society. Here, our vulnerability appears as the bedrock of money and the economy, which now, it seems, are in turn responsible for inflicting harm and feelings of deep indignity upon us. Is it possible to remain vulnerable in this world without going under? ›Great Depressions‹ is a show about the question of whether and, if so, how we want to live together.
WITH Jacob Bussmann und Malte Scholz, Raúl Flores, Špela Mastnak und Sebastian Weygold
DIRECTION Jan Philipp Stange
STAGE DESIGN Jakob Engel
DRAMATURGY Kris Merken
COSTUME DESIGN Maylin Habig
LIGHT DESIGN Simon Möllendorf
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR Nils Wildegans
MUSIC Jacob Bussmann
TEXT Kris Merken, Malte Scholz, Jan Philipp Stange
STAGE DESIGN ASSISTANCE Tobias Rauch
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Carmen Salinas
A Project by Stange Produktionen kindly supported by studioNAXOS, the Cultural Office of Frankfurt, the Kulturfonds Rhein-Main and the Naspa Foundation.
In the frame of the thematic focus TO DIE LIKE A MAN Sep/Oct 2020
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