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In their interactive zoom performance, the theatre collective Turbo Pascal makes social differences and the question of one's own position playfully visible and negotiable for and with a young audience.

Eine Person in einem gelben Pulli und mit einer weissen Hose redet in ein Mikrophon. Hinter ihm hängt ein Schild auf dem Superreich steht.
Eine Person in einem gelben Pulli und mit einer weissen Hose redet in ein Mikrophon. Hinter ihm hängt ein Schild auf dem Superreich steht. © Daniela del Pomar

We have drawn different tickets in the lottery of life. We all look different and unique. We live in different neighbourhoods. We are sorted into different schools after primary school. We speak different languages. We have different hobbies. We are sorted by gender. Some laugh loudly and some quietly. We don't all have the same amount of money. We have different dreams and desires.

People differ from each other. Differences and distinctions between people are a double-edged thing. Some are voluntary and some involuntary, some visible and some invisible. What is certain is that we grow into social orders and classifications. And that the Covid pandemic exacerbates social inequalities and injustices and makes them more visible...
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Participating artists
Turbo Pascal
Janina Janke
Friedrich Greiling
Karola Marsch
Jutta Wangemann
Maria Karamoutsiou
Wolfgang Boos
Hanni Lorenz
Eva Plischke
Angela Löer
Frank Oberhäußer
Events
Datum
Theater an der Parkaue: Bühne 4
Datum
Theater an der Parkaue: Bühne 4
Datum
Theater an der Parkaue: Bühne 4
Datum
Theater an der Parkaue: Bühne 4