Doris Uhlich



“Who will I be in 30 years, what will I dance, how will I perform, and what will I think?” Doris Uhlich brings her own mother on stage to take her place, introducing her by saying that she could be a choreographer in 2043: “She is me and still she’s herself.” The piece also works with philosophical texts, which are as unfamiliar to her mother Gertraud Uhlich as the future is to herself. “Can you have any kind of relation at all to what is to come?”

Production: Doris Uhlich / insert (Theaterverein). Coproduction: Wiener Festwochen. Thanks to: Tanzquartier Wien. With the support of the Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien. Thanks to INTPA – Internationales Netz für Tanz und Performance Austria / Tanzquartier Wien with the Austrian Foreign Ministry (BMeiA) and the Ministry for Education, Art and Culture (BMUKK).


Choreography:: Doris Uhlich / Performer:: Gertraud Uhlich / Project Collaboration:: Andrea Salzmann, Yoshie Maruoka, Armin Anders, Judith Staudinger / Light:: Monika Gruber / Production Management:: Christine Sbaschnigg


  • Past
    Wed 20.3.2013, 19:30 / HAU1
    Thu 21.3.2013, 19:30 / HAU1


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