Programme

Wunderbaum

The New Forest: The Beginning

Performance

English / 70 min

After their show at the re-opening last November, the Dutch actors’ collective Wunderbaum returns once again to Berlin. Inspired by an exchange with Rotterdam sociologist Willem Schinkel and his publication “De nieuwe democratie,” the ensemble bids farewell to contemporary democracy. Wunderbaum looks for ways out of the dilemma and gets ready for total dismantlement. At HAU Hebbel am Ufer they are presenting the beginning of their research. “There’s something new in the air. It gets more and more visible in the middle of the global crisis. The alternative is: The New Forest.”

Producer: Wunderbaum. 
Coproducer: Rotterdamse Schouwburg

Cast

Actors / Directors:: Wunderbaum / (Walter Bart, Wine Dierickx, Matijs Jansen, Maartje Remmers, Marleen Scholten) / Interlocutor:: Willem Schinkel / Set Design:: Bureau ZUS / Light Design:: Maarten van Otterdijk / Exercise Coach:: Daan Simons / Technical Director:: Mark Thewessen

Dates

  • Past
    Fri 5.4.2013, 21:00 / HAU3
    Sat 6.4.2013, 21:00 / HAU3

Location

HAU3
Tempelhofer Ufer 10, 10963 Berlin

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