And now the world
31st of August and 2nd of September 2018
And now the world. A play by Sybille Berg.
The collective of actors Binnen-I will be a guest at the fortress of Franzensfeste in August and September with their latest production. The two performances are the crowning achievement of a tour in South Tyrol and can be visited as a support program at the Biennale Academiae with a standard ticket.
They are intelligent, well educated and live in precarious conditions, because even the umpteenth internship does not bring money. They sell homemade drugs on the Internet, write fashion blogs and increase the market value of their body in the gym, even if they despise the market. They communicate via Skype, SMS, chat or telephone, yet it remains a feeling of overwhelming loneliness. The balance of a life until now: once high ideals, today pragmatism. Desire is something you mainly know from films, family is a bond you create yourself and the world is always lurking outside.
Without pity and at the same time with great tenderness, Sibylle Berg portrays young women who - wavering between aggressiveness and apathy, departure and serenity - do not know what to fight for and for whom even the word "we" arouses justified skepticism.
(Photos of the premiers; Copyright: binnen-I)
The shows will take place as a support program for the exhibition "Where Plato taught. Biennale Academiae 2018". The entrance is from 7 p.m.
The ticket (full price: 12 euros; reduced price: 10 euros) allows you to visit the exhibition and then the theatre.
Ticket reservation here.
Friday 31st of August and Saturday 2nd of September at 8.30 p.m.
in the powder magazine in the lower fortress
With: Alexa Brunner, Katharina Gschnell, Viktoria Obermarzoner, Petra Rohregger, Marlies Untersteiner
Director: Mona Kraushaar
Technology: Fabian Mair Mitterer
Mona curly hair
She studied theatre, film and television, German and English language and literature in Cologne and Munich Assistant directors take her to the theatres in Munich, Düsseldorf, Weimar, Salzburg and Heidelberg. Since 2005 she has worked as a freelance director and directed at the Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus, the Berliner Ensemble, the Schauspielhaus Bochum, the Hamburger Kammerspiele and the Ernst-Deutsch Theater in Hamburg, the Landestheater Innsbruck, the Schauspielhaus Salzburg and the Vereinigte Bühnen Bozen. For the production "Romeo and Juliet" by the Berliner Ensemble she is nominated for the Friedrich-Luft Prize and for "Was ihr wollt" at the Ernst Deutsch Theater in Hamburg, receiving the Rolf Mares Prize in 2013.
Five young South Tyrolean actresses with their projects want to make people think about words and deeds, to be moved and inspired.
10 August: Bressanone, Im Tschumpus, 21.00 (before)
11 August: Bressanone, Im Tschumpus, 21.00
14. August: Deutschnofen, Laab Alm, 8.30 p.m.
23 August: Bolzano, Runkelstein Castle, 21.00 am
24. August: Bozen/Bolzano, Runkelstein Castle, 21.00 am
26 August: Bozen/Bolzano, Runkelstein Castle, 21.00 am
29 August: Innsbruck, Westbahntheater, 8 pm
30. August: Merano, East-West Country Club, 8 pm
03. sep: Val Badia, Domëne Moling Wengen, 20.00