Bouchra Ouizguen presented a cross-border dance project with her work “Elephant” as part of the Wiener Festwochen.
The horror does not only take place in the theatre
Abuse of power begins in the family and it is passed on from there. With ‘L’etang / Der Teich’, Gisèle Vienne succeeded in creating a highly emotional adaptation of Robert Walser’s play of the same name. It shows how children are emotionally at the mercy of their parents and how much they suffer when they are deprived of love.
At the breaking point between the old and the new
Tschechows „Der Kirschgarten“ in der Inszenierung von Tiago Rodrigues, überzeugte bei den Wiener Festwochen gleich in mehrfacher Hinsicht.
A lot of head, not much heart
In ‘Un imagen interior’ by the group El Conde de Torrefiel, reaching into the magic box of post-dramatic theatre only worked to a limited extent.
Music and dance without time and space
TUMULUS – the new work by François Chaignaud and conductor Geoffroy Jourdain unites dance with historical and contemporary music. It tells of the transience of life as well as of the desire to celebrate and enjoy life.