by Gernot Grünewald after themes by Karel Čapek, Ray Kurzweil,
Stanisław Lem | WORLD PREMIERE
Are we at the beginning of a new era? Gernot Grünewald is linking
the Golem myth to literary manifestos of trans-humanism and creates a musical collage of texts that opens up a disturbing
vision of the future: a world after human beings.
at the café, conversations about everyday life: holiday memories, relationships, capital crimes, ray guns and Mossad. And
pumpkins, of course! Jakob Nolte is exploiting all of this for a shrill comedy in which fake news diffuse right into the private.
irreversible decision: Shall Elija have a serious operation performed on him in order to be able to live his love? Mehdi Moradpour
sketches the poetic picture of a group of people who are fighting fo their place in the world with the most commitment imaginable.
Three crimes are in the centre
of Enis Maci’s poetic cartography of a brutalized world. The author is focussing more on the underlying biosystem than on
the perpetrators, the humus of violence: the confidants.
DER SEE, DIE STADT UND DAS ENDE by Bernhard Studlar & Tomas Schweigen WORLD PREMIERE
Seestadt – a fenced in estate at the gates of the metropolis. A paradise! Utopia
turned into a city, made possible and protected by the most modern means of technology! But not everyone wants to live in
this comfortable bubble. Resistance is forming. A young woman decides to go on a risky trip…
A post-factual epic after Homer, Vergil, Shakespeare, Schiller
& Goethe WORLD PREMIERE
Reality is abolished. In wartime there are only interests. Tomas
Schweigen & ensemble investigate the relationship between culture, politics and truth in the post-factual era based on
the mysterious complex around mythical Troy.