We cordially invite you to the 2nd edition of our FamilyFestival. Together with you – from big to small, young and old – we want to experience a whole weekend of dance: On stage we will show our dance and song play GREEN for everyone from 3 years old. In addition, the FELD Theater from Berlin will be our guest with their production Stadtfüchse, which is dedicated to the fox in music and dance. All around there will be again workshops, waffles and warm punch.
16.00 h: Aus/Gefuchst Über das Fuchs/Mensch-Sein | A musical dance poetry for humans and foxes from 6 years old
11.00 h: Aus/Gefuchst Über das Fuchs/Mensch-Sein | A musical dance poetry for humans and foxes from 6 years old
16.00 h: GREEN | A floral dance and song play for everyone from 3 years onwards
Droste, Frenkel, Leuthäuser, Turbahn
Aus/Gefuchst Über das Fuchs/Mensch-Sein
A musical dance poetry for humans and foxes from 6 years old
2 December 2023 I 16 h
3 December 2023 I 11 h
Three performers are on the trail of foxes, because they are the success model of the future. They are looking for them and want to become like them. What makes foxes so cunning? So attractive and also mysterious? Can we humans become like them? Can we learn to listen better to urban foxes?
Direction + dramaturgy Gabi dan Droste Performance Ziv Frenkel, Erik Leuthäuser, Julia Keren Turbahn Choreography Ziv Frenkel, Julia Keren Turbahn Composition Erik Leuthäuser Co-costume Marie Gerstenberger Space + Co-costume Nina Krainer Lighting design Vito Walter Assistance Luzy Thüs Production Miriam Glöckler Experts Sophia Kimmig, Michael Schiefel Theatre pedagogical poster Charlotte Bartesch
A production by FELD Zentrale für junge Performance. Supported by the Hauptstadtkulturfonds. The development of the piece is based on the research project Stadtfüchse – eine Spurensuche funded by NPN Stepping Out.
A floral dance and song play for everyone from 3 years onwards
3 December 2023 I 16 h
What do humans and plants have in common? At first glance we are very different, but if we look more closely, we have a lot in common: we grow, need the sun and are thirsty. Plants and humans both need to breathe. What does the breath of a plant feel and sound like? What is the rhythm of their movements? What does it sound like when plants touch each other? Do they talk to each other? The performers immerse themselves in the cosmos of plants and explore the way they move and unfold as they grow. Composer Jörg Ritzenhoff takes us into the sound world of plants and makes us experience the sounds of their growth.
By + with Arthur Schopa, Miriam Meissner, Odile Foehl Idea + direction Barbara Fuchs Music Jörg Ritzenhoff Lighting design Wolfgang Pütz Stage Inga Sondermann Costume design Stefanie Bold Dramaturgy Vivica Bocks Choreography assistance Maria Plener Production management Anna Boldt Administration Carina Graf, Selina Ehlen Press work Kerstin Rosemann Graphics Beate Freudig Photo documentation Stefan Rogge Video documentation Barbara Schröer
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