Stine Hertel and Daniel Franz studied at the Institute for Applied Theatre Studies in Gießen. After having worked as assistants in direction, stage design and production for theatre and film, they now create their own projects. This is their second collaboration; it was realised together with Tom Hanke of the Bauhaus University Weimar.
The starting point for Fassbinder's play are difficult constellations of social togetherness from which point a utopia is developed. This is captured by a theatrical sound installation which is set in motion, resembling an extremely slow, entranced pinball machine with voices, music and noises; fuelled by a suspended mixture of image and language and enriched by sociological concepts from Luhmann to Foucault.
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Directors: Daniel Franz & Stine Hertel
Video: Tom Hanke
Voices: Heiner Stadelmann, Martin Butzke, Max Landgrebe, Dörte Dreger, Anne Nelke, Sandra Strauch, Puneh Henning, Martin Wolf, Tomasz Stompor, Rainer Dohmke
Music: Hannes Wehrhan
When: Wednsday, Nov. 5th, 6.00 + 8.00 pm
Where: Waschhaus, Schiffbauergasse 6
Duration: 45 minutes