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Schwärmen Directed by: Kirsten Burger
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Rausch Royal Directed by: Jacob Höhne
Noises Off! (Der nackte Wahnsinn) Directed by: Jacob Höhne
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Dekameron Directed by: Thomas Bo Nilsson, Julian Wolf Eicke
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Die Nibelungen Directed by: Jonas Sippel
Die Räuber Directed by: Jacob Höhne
Pension Schöller Directed by: Jacob Höhne
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Schwestern Directed by: Jacob Höhne
König UBU featuring Craque Directed by: Jacob Höhne
DADA Divas Directed by: Gisela Höhne
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Philoktet Directed by: Jacob Höhne
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aerocircus – eine circensische karnevaleske mit planwagen entgegen aller linearitäten brings the debate surrounding the climate crisis to an inclusive theater production: Against the backdrop of a spatial concept designed by Tomás Saraceno, the RambaZamba Theater players gradually grow to accept a ruined planetary habitat.

A planet with a dead ecological system in a world in which all theatres have been abandoned: Only a flying circus remains to preserve the bold dreams of long-gone humans in its carnivalesque archive. This “aerocircus” conjures up the image of beings without fixed boundaries or limits, which need to be constantly investigated and explored anew. In a double-floored circus ring, a tomorrow that is no longer populated by humans is envisioned with the goal of being able to somehow influence the lost future. As time goes by, the circus artists – acrobats and tightrope walkers, clowns and mimes – begin to view our overheated planet as an artistic challenge and gradually grow to accept the ruined planetary habitat. As portrayed by the actors from the RambaZamba Theater, the circus artists perform their acrobatic feats inside a series of installations created by the internationally renowned visual artist Tomás Saraceno. His spatial designs lend evidence and visibility in a striking manner to the web of life that binds both the human and non-human inhabitants of our planet.

As portrayed by the actors of RambaZamba Theater, the circus artists perform their acrobatic feats inside a series of installations created by visual artist Tomás Saraceno. His spatial designs lend evidence and visibility to the web of life that binds both the human and non-human inhabitants of our planet. Austrian author Thomas Köck has been addressing ecological issues in his work for many years now. aerocircus marks the second collaboration between Thomas Köck, Jacob Höhne, who is the Artistic Director of the RambaZamba Theater and the director of aerocircus, and the theater concept creator (dramaturg) Frank Raddatz. The three previously worked together on the world flames like a discokugel (styx spricht) (The World Flames Like a Disco Ball [Styx Speaks]). The RambaZamba players are also joined here by the well-known stage actress Ilse Ritter, three students from the Puppetry program at the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts (Hannah Elischer, Moritz Ilmer, and Leah Wewoda), and acrobat Marie Juana Jimenez.

“knowledge alone is nice but / one also needs to believe in that knowledge” (Thomas Köck)

A co-production by the RambaZamba Theater and Haus der Berliner Festspiele. With support from the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Social Cohesion. In cooperation with the Department of Contemporary Puppetry at the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts in Berlin, the Department of Theater Design at Dresden University of Fine Arts, and the Berlin State Ballet School and School of Artistry. We would also like to thank the non-profit Bert Neumann Association for its generous loan of the covered wagon. (Bert Neumann 2012 for “Kill your Darlings” www.bertneumann.art).

With Friedrich-Ferdinand Dambeck, Heiko Fechner, Eva Fuchs, Juliana Götze, Vincent Köhler, Tobias Kreßmann, Anil Merickan, Dirk Nadler, Sascha Perthel, Hieu Pham, Zora Schemm, Rebecca Sickmüller, Jonas Sippel, Leo Solter
Puppetry Hannah Elischer, Moritz Ilmer, Leah Wewoda Spatial design Tomás Saraceno Costume design Janina Brinkmann Composition & music Leo Solter Lighting design Henning Streck Dramaturgy Frank Raddatz Assistant director Vicki Steinmüller Assistance with concept and adaptation Joy von Wienskowski Assistance with costume design and make-up: Lena Beck
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