Ivana Müller

We Are Still Watching


English /  60 min

The participatory plot of this piece is set in gear by the audience itself, taking the form of a reading rehearsal. For one hour, the visitors spend their time with a text that someone else wrote for them. They make individual and collective decisions. A process of role formation arises, as does a miniature of society, every night in a new way.

The performances by Ivana Müller can be combined as a double bill. Booking only at the box office.
French Friends

performing at HAU

in the context of TRANSFABRIK

We Are Still Watching was developed as part of Encounters project (Frascati, Amsterdam 2012) with kind support by Het Veem Theatre (Amsterdam). Supported by Fonds Podiumkunsten, Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst, SNS Reaal Fonds.


Concept / Text:: Ivana Müller / Andrea Božić / David Weber-Krebs / and Jonas Rutgeerts / Light Design / Technical Direction:: Martin Kaffarnik


  • Past
    Mon 29.4.2013, 19:30 / HAU1
    Tue 30.4.2013, 19:30 / HAU1


Stresemannstr. 29, 10963 Berlin

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