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Two people – one drum set – darkness. ZING KA ZZZ. “Michael Kohlhaas” will be read; the greatest vendetta against FFFFSS state injustice. The text offends, combines with the drums to form EEEEEROSION, which first stone by stone, then louder and ever stronger, seems to tear away the foundations of the rule of law. He is rubbing himself against the pillars of an order that seemed undisputed. Unjust and self-avenged? TSCHRACK, ROOOOOM! The present intervenes.



The scenic-performative reading of the collecitf blamage deals with the political issue of bourgeois resistance and attempts to critically break with the iconization of Kohlhaa. Who is allowed to resist? Who has to defend themselves? Are resistance movements always moments of identity? How are we and you formed? Who finds themselves in the pros and cons?


Based on Kleist's text, the all-too-current search for political defense options, civil movements and structural privilege in resistance is examined and the dare to formulate questions where answers can only be guessed at.
Dates
March 2024
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