photo: Thomas Aurin
You all know, Frak and I are big admirers of Costanza Macras and her theater company Dorkypark. Also, I am big fan of theater and dance outside the setting of a stage. Outside Berlin, inside a dark teutonic forest called Müggelwald our Argentinean choreographer is doing a unique show for Schaubühne. The performance of Forest: The Nature of Crisis asks if during an era of crisis, there can be a return to nature and explores the associated desires and the significance of the regional in times of a global economic crisis. Macras will be working on cultural patterns attached to the forest and relates them to its myths, fairy tales and images. A piece of Berlin forest is turned into a contemporary artificial landscape where we will encounter environmentalists, forest campaigners, economists and freaks. I am really looking forward to it and I hope you do, too. More pictures and information after the jump.
Forest: The Nature of Crisis
by Constanza Macras
Premieres: 10 August 2013 at the Müggelwald
Other performances: 12-14 and 16-19 August 2013, 19:30h
On 19 August 2013 film stream with live music at the Schaubühne
Meeting point at 19:00h at the entrance of the forest vis-à-vis the »Rübezahl« parking space, Müggelheimer Damm 143. How to get there: Take the S3 (in direction Erkner) to S-Bhf. Köpenick, than change to bus X69 (leaves every ten minutes) in direction Müggelheim to the »Rübezahl« station. Alternatively you can take the ferry from Friedrichshagen (leaving 18h) to »Rübezahl« station.
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