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Two strangers wake up in the same house. They only remember fragments of the night before. They need each other to put together this great puzzle of feelings and memories. This experience was conceived during the Covid-19 quarantine, in São Paulo, Brazil, while the artists were isolated in their homes. Adaptation of the theatrical text, “The Story of Panda Bears (told by a saxophonist who has a girlfriend in Frankfurt).”

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Borderline is a theatrical piece that began with the research of German theater critic and playwright Jürgen Berger. Traveling between Germany, Thailand, and Korea over the past few years, Berger met people who were looking for a new place to settle down, away from their familiar homes. He conducted interviews in diverse forms and wrote a text based on them. ONE DAY ONLY! JUNE 1, 2-8 PM EST

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Pythonland depicts the Chinese “Genesis” mythology in a way that combines both traditional Chinese theatricality and modern physical presence. The play is divided into two parts: Amnesia and Pythonland. The first part tells the story of worldwide rain and blood narrated by a doctor on his journey to a patient. In the second part, the protagonist The Great General of Pythonland meets an old man and is told the story that has happened between them in their previous lives. (in Chinese)

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Day of the Oprichnik

Day of the Oprichnik is a staging of an anti-utopia, sci-fi novel by Russian writer Vladimir Sorokin. The oprichnina was secret state police founded by Tsar Ivan the Terrible in Russia between 1565 and 1572. Oprichniks were engaged in mass repression, terror, public executions, killings, rape, confiscation of land and property and were above the law. (in Czech)

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5475 Scratches

Alternative micro-theatre play written and directed by Freya Treutmann, 5475 Scratches performance is based on the character of Sisyphus from Greek Mythology and explores the question of how our identity is shaped by our habits, our way of living. What happens if you suddenly lose a part of your identity you used to hate? The performance plays with a circularity of movement and repetition of rhythmic text, showing the ambiguity of a need for a routine and hate about not being able to make choices.

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May 2024


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