program

Sa 15.10.

19:00

Ingo Toben

(Re)calling Utopia

Performance

A group of young people develops utopian and dystopian visions of a future world. They ask how humanity’s future and the planet’s future may be brought into dialogue. Their perspectives are united by the fact that they all fled their home countries and now live in Germany. With the means of electronic music, storytelling and video projections, a performance for everyone aged 14 and up is created.


Fr 21.10.

19:00

Ingo Toben

(Re)calling Utopia

Performance

A group of young people develops utopian and dystopian visions of a future world. They ask how humanity’s future and the planet’s future may be brought into dialogue. Their perspectives are united by the fact that they all fled their home countries and now live in Germany. With the means of electronic music, storytelling and video projections, a performance for everyone aged 14 and up is created.


Sa 22.10.

19:00

Ingo Toben

(Re)calling Utopia

Performance

A group of young people develops utopian and dystopian visions of a future world. They ask how humanity’s future and the planet’s future may be brought into dialogue. Their perspectives are united by the fact that they all fled their home countries and now live in Germany. With the means of electronic music, storytelling and video projections, a performance for everyone aged 14 and up is created.


Di 25.10.

10:00

Bühne II

from 10 years

Schulvorstellung – Gruppentickets für Schulklassen können bei Samira Weiner unter jungesfft@fft-duesseldorf.de reserviert werden.

Nora Vonder Mühll, Ives Thuwis, Hannah Biedermann

Demons

Dance theatre

What does your demon look like? Dance theatre Demons is the result of an intense research with youths and adults and tackles our psyche. The piece creates a space for fearless encounter, where demons dance and are celebrated.


Mi 26.10.

10:00

Bühne II

from 10 years

Schulvorstellung – Gruppentickets für Schulklassen können bei Samira Weiner unter jungesfft@fft-duesseldorf.de reserviert werden.

Nora Vonder Mühll, Ives Thuwis, Hannah Biedermann

Demons

Dance theatre

What does your demon look like? Dance theatre Demons is the result of an intense research with youths and adults and tackles our psyche. The piece creates a space for fearless encounter, where demons dance and are celebrated.