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Theatre

Branko Šimić / Nikola Durić / Martina Stoian

Kwiskotheka Teil 1: Wie das Lächeln aus dem Gesicht von Beate Zschäpe verschwindet

Tickets:

single ticket 12 Euro (conc. 8 Euro), combination tickets for all parts of Kwiskotheka 18 Euro (conc. 12 Euro)

Past dates

Debut Performance

Thursday

2/25/16

7:00 PM

k2

ca. 90 Min.

Debut Performance

Friday

2/26/16

8:00 PM

k2

ca. 90 Min.

Debut Performance

Saturday

2/27/16

8:00 PM

k2

ca. 90 Min.

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Title: HOW THE SMILE WAS WIPED OFF THE FACE OF BEATE ZSCHÄPE

Beate Zschäpe is a symbolic figure for the fascist underground movement, NSU. Her smiles and silence are emblematic of the unrepentant stance towards right-wing extremist acts. In KWISKOTHEKA, Branko Šimić confronts the phenomenon of the NSU with the modern developments of a polarised society, which ideologically wears itself out between a welcoming culture and Pegida. Working with experts, he has developed a quiz catalogue, which outside of the medial context attempts to find substantiated truths or at least pose the right questions. In the first part of KWISOTHEKA 2016 there emerges choreographic wordplay, presenting the topic free of taboos, and in a hard and new light.

Kwiskotheka 2016

In the 1970s, Yugoslavian cult series Kwiskotheka opened up a new kind of question and answer game. More than 40 years later, the TV studio has become a multi-functional installation, a recordable space that poses new questions. The KWISKOTHEKA 2016 is a host set, which takes migrants and their enemies as its topic, in the past, present and future. In the Kwiskotheka 2016, the director and curator of the Krass Festival, Branko Šimić focuses on constructing answers to questions from the refugees coming to Germany and their ideas for the country. Three different productions will be shown in this theatre studio.

part 1: How the smile was wiped off the face of Beate Zschäpe (25.-27.02.) part 2: I was a Refugee (03.-04.03.) part 3: I am a Refugee (05.-06.03.)


direction: Branko Šimić text and conceptual collaboration: Nikola Durić stage: Martina Stoian with: Tina Keserovic, Мanuel Muerte, Gildo Bavcevic, Bora Cem Celik, Azad Yesilmen, Siham Refaie, Muwala-Paulo Lando, Asja Künster, Michelle Sattva Nguyen, Daniel Milanovic Choreografie: "AnDy Calypso" videodesign: Rio Grande Kostüme: Sharon Rohardt Assistance: Nihal Demir