Alexandra Broeder & HAU Hebbel am Ufer

Zeit der Wölfe


75 min

Since 2007, director Alexandra Broeder has become well-known for combining her fascination for the concepts of childhood and horror movies. In all of her work, the balance of power between adults and children is a central theme. The HAU production "Zeit der Wölfe" is the first work by Alexandra Broeder to be presented in the German-speaking world. With children from Berlin between the age of eight and fifteen she is now working to create a new ominous world in the theatre; exclusively accessible for an adult audience. So prepare yourself for a journey into the adult subsconciousness in a special theatre somewere between life and death.


Concept and Direction:: Alexandra Broeder / With:: Allbert Klaus, Ani Smbatyan, Darius Sautter, Emily Steffl, Josefine Schrader, Nelson Daniel, Nora Herskovits, Wanda Reinhardt / Assistant to the Director:: Jansje Meijman / Set Design:: Sacha Zwiers / Sound Designer:: Wessel Schrik / Set Design Assistant:: Saskia Wunsch / Illusions: Woedy Woet / Production Manager:: Jessica Páez / Intern:: Anna-Lena Rode


  • Past
    Wed 3.4.2013, 19:30 / HAU2
    Thu 4.4.2013, 19:30 / HAU2
    Fri 5.4.2013, 19:30 / HAU2
    Sat 6.4.2013, 19:30 / HAU2


Hallesches Ufer 34, 10963 Berlin

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