Using the means of individual research and artistic expression, it formulates an " Unforgettable" that reveals new interpersonal, social and political perspectives with regard to the present and the future.
The first part of Unforgettable is dedicated to the handling of memory. Three actresses* deal with their personal memories on stage: the great-grandmother in the resistance, the grandfather in captivity and the Nazi perpetrator. They embark on a search for the truth under the family silence. It is about remembering and about what is to be kept alive and what is kept secret.
Who were the relatives and what did they do? And what does that do to us, the grandchildren and great-grandchildren?
- With: Inés Burdow, Melanie Seeland, Thomas Hupfer
- Director: Paul Spittler
- Stage: Matthias Merkle
- Costume: Antje Borchardt
Supported with funds from the Ministry of Science, Research and Culture of the State of Brandenburg and the Oder-Spree district
This Program is only in German.