Eva Löbau und Die Bairishe Geisha feat. Christiane Rösinger & Masako Ohta

Griehn FM – Brecht und die Bäume


German / approx. 80 min.

A group is traveling through their biographical landscapes. In the thicket of the forest the only thing the car radio still picks up is the station Griehn FM. After a collision with a tree, the women follow the moderator’s advice, who finds her words in Bertolt Brecht: “Immersed, we in the spirit of the forest, living the tree life. Listen, listen.” In a musical puzzle, the performers blend their stories with scenes from Brecht’s life and work. 


With: Judith Huber, Eva Löbau, Vivien Mahler / Pianist, composer: Masako Ohta / Musician, composer: Christiane Rösinger / Scenography: Eike Böttcher, Jelka Plate / Lighting design, video: Jones Seitz / Production management: Martina Neu


  • Past
    Fri 6.3.2020, 19:00 / HAU1
    Sat 7.3.2020, 19:00 / HAU1
    Sun 8.3.2020, 17:00 / HAU1
    Mon 9.3.2020, 19:00 / HAU1

Further Information


    Production: Eva Löbau. Co-production: HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Funded by: Hauptstadtkulturfonds.


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