Europe, at some point in the not too distant future: Nationalism and fascism have permanently established themselves on a continent marked by political tensions and warlike unrest. A woman in her thirties is preparing to leave by applying for a reality show whose participants are flying to Mars to build a new society on the red planet. However, this seemingly last resort in face of the increasing threat, is only available under certain conditions: to ensure propagation on the alien planet, the rocket can only be entered together with a partner...
Current: Staging by Felix Hafner in Volx/Margareten
After Es sagt mir nichts, das sogenannte Draußen (play of the year 2014) and Und dann kam Mirna (Mülheimer Theatertage 2016) follows the third part of the story about Sibylle Berg's anti-heroine of the 21st century. Sharp-tongued and linguistically at the pulse of time, Berg analyses social and political tendencies, without neglecting humour.
Director Felix Hafner, who was awarded the Nestroy Prize for Best Young Talent in 2017 for his popular theatre production Der Menschenfeind, brings the apocalyptic sci-fi adventure to the stage of Volx/Margareten.
Foto: Ute Langkafel
Rowohlt Theater Verlag