Call it love - wanton outpourings of love and other love madness
| Renaissance-Theater Berlin / Bruckner-Foyer
reading performance with Stefan Jürgens
As Harras in Zuckmayer's "Teufels General" he has delighted audiences in the theater over the last year and as a singer-songwriter in many concert halls; as Carl Ribarski in the Soko Wien, he is loved by millions of people. Now we can experience the Nestroy Prize winner in a great evening of poetry.
In his first published volume of poetry, “Loveletters – willvolent Liebesergüsse”, Stefan Jürgens presents himself as a hopeful romantic who unrestrainedly confronts the trench warfare of the sexes with the miracle of love.
Here, love is celebrated and raised to the supreme formula of happiness. A sigh of relief in dark times and a night light for confidence.
In his reading performance "NAME IT LOVE" he lets all manifestations of love pass us by. We feel their healing power as well as their destructiveness. We revel in their abandon and witness their willingness to make sacrifices. Great poets of world literature show us the many faces of love that could not be more different. And yet they all testify to one thing in common: love is non-negotiable. And don't lock in rules. It survives under the poorest of conditions and cannot be subjected to any compulsion. She makes us. She is all that matters.