Keiner findet sich schön
© LSD / Leonore Blievernicht
"If I stay in the garden, I might see two old girlfriends stop at the garden fence and you talk for two hours and afterwards you think, just as broken as you were during this conversation, you were before when you didn't have love. If you had taken drugs and smoked while doing it, at least you could have enjoyed yourself. Or I don't stay in the garden(...)"
PREMIERE June 2015 / Volksbühne Berlin
TEXT & DIRECTION
CHOREOGRAPHY & DANCE
Rebekka E. Böhme
© Arno Declair
"Nobody thinks or feels or cares any more; nobody gets excited or believes in anything except their own comfortable little God damn mediocrity."
In dispassionate but intense snapshots of everyday life, Richard Yates’ brilliant novel from 1961 shows that fulfilling social conventions can blunt our deepest yearnings, and how in times of peace, the battleground shifts to interpersonal relationships, poisoning our dreams and aspirations.
PREMIERE February 2019 / Deutsches Theater
MUSIC & COMPOSITION
Christian von der Goltz
Maren Eggert, Alexander Khuon, Kathleen Morgeneyer, Christoph Franken, Judith Hofmann, Helmut Mooshammer, Ole Lagerpusch, Maike Knirsch, Caner Sunar
Jelena Alempijevic, Rebekka E. Böhme, Aaron Carey-Burrows, Melissa Ferrari, Samantha Franchini, Beatrice Gantzhorn, Ina Gercke, Anna Graue, Laurenz Knill, Sarah Lauks, Gerardo Mussuto, Erica Passante, Nina Philipp, Ortrun Stanzel