Till hält dynamisch Jenny an den Ärmeln fest, Adrian schaut zu.

Is this art or should it be removed? The 5-member inclusive team led by Günther Grollitsch is exploring this question about one aspect of sustainability.

The value of artistic work from past epochs and its sustainable effects on today’s creative work will be called into question. Among other things, the waste pyramid is interpreted in a cultural-historical context.

Recycling and reuse are omnipresent on stage and shape the new production’s development process.

This cycle of materials is examined and stretched into artistic approaches and realisations. In this way, a poetic-satirical study of our being in a tension-filled time will be presented.

The team receives support from Delia Nordhaus, director of the Upcycling Galerie Wallerie, and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Henning Albers, who works on recycling in the field of environmental and biotechnology.

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Concept und Choreography: Günther Grollitsch in collaboration with the dancers

Dancers: Jenny Ecke, Till Krumwiede, Corinna Mindt, Oskar Spatz, Adrian Wenzel

Dramaturgy: Tom Bünger

Stage design: Delia Nordhaus, Janina Mau

Costumes: Lui Nilson

Public relations: Valeska Apkes

Production management: Stina Hinrichs

production

tanzbar_bremen in cooperation with Theater Bremen

Supported by Senator für Kultur Bremen.

Funding: Supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media within the program NEUSTART KULTUR, Karin und Uwe Hollweg Stiftung and Waldemar Koch Stiftung.

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premiere

April 27th, 2022

Theater Bremen

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