Five young people stand in front of a purple-lit curtain and scream at the top of their lungs.
© Laura Affolter
Five young people stand in front of a purple-lit curtain and scream at the top of their lungs.
© Laura Affolter
Performance

Show&Tell

Being There – an antiracist performance (from 13 years on)

Tickets:

15 Euro (conc. 9 Euro, [k]-Karte 7,50 Euro)

Dates

Saturday

6/8/24

3:00 PM

Most people think they know what racism is. Some have the privilege of being able to ignore racism. But some of us are confronted with it daily. Racism is omnipresent. Racism hurts people. Racism divides us from each other. Faced with so much suffering and injustice, five brave performers set out to find answers to important questions: How can we truly be there for each other? How can we find the courage together to stand up against racism together, and how can we develop a common strength for it? “BEING THERE” is an anti-racist, documentary performance, created in collaboration with the 7th and 8th grades of the Eidelstedt district school.

Followed by: Artist talk with the ensemble as part of "Muttizettel", moderated by young theater experts. "Muttizettel" is a series of discussions curated by children and youths, featuring international artists. "Muttizettel" serves as both a workspace and a school for its audience.


With: Show&Tell

Director/Concept Julia Hart By and with Tash Manzungu, Pascal Schmidt, Kristina Bremer, Florian Weigel and Madeleine Lauw Artistic Collaborator Jamie Watson Stage Design Iris Holstein Costume Design Carlton Morgan Music Daniel Huss Assistant Thomas Yutaka Schwarz Dramaturgy Johannes Nehlsen Anti-racist Process Support Serfiraz Vural Production Lead Zwei Eulen.

This event is part of the Fringify - Independent Arts Festival Hamburg.

"Being There – an antiracist performance" ist made possible by the revival and guest performance funding of Dachverband freie darstellende Künste Hamburg from funds provided by Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg, Behörde für Kultur und Medien.

The artist talk with the ensemble as part of "Muttizettel" is supported by Claussen-Simon-Stiftung.