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Guest performance Staatsschauspiel Hannover

Dense haze clouds lie in the valleys, the glaciers have melted and rockfalls are a constant threat. Only high up in the Alpine massifs are mountaineers still on the move. Well trained and well equipped, they are always on their way to the next peak, to where the air is cleanest.

Monte Rosa
Monte Rosa © Kerstin Schomburg

Three of them meet on the way on this unsafe, frightening and disturbing terrain. Questionable values and peculiar manners apply here. Health, age, fitness are the decisive criteria. It quickly becomes clear that it is not only the mountains that are crumbling. In her play, Teresa Dopler develops a future scenario between romantic beauty and global destruction that is both frightening and comical.

nominated for the Mülheim Drama Prize

The Mülheim Theater Days are the most important forum for contemporary German drama. Every year, seven to eight productions are shown as part of the "Stücke". The selection is made by an independent committee; more than 200 world premieres in Germany, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland were up for discussion. The 47th edition of the Mülheim Theater Days will take place from May 2 to May 28, 2022.
Additional information
by Theresa DoplerDirector: Matthias Rippert
Participating artists
Matthias Rippert (Regie)
Fabian Liszt (Bühne)
Johanna Lakner (Kostüme)
Robert Pawliczek (Musik)
Barbara Kantel (Dramaturgie)
Lukas Holzhausen
Nikolai Gemel
Mathias Max Herrmann
Deutsches Theater Berlin - Kammerspiele
Deutsches Theater Berlin - Kammerspiele