What would happen if we lived our entire life again and again and became immortal? What would happen if there were no beginning and no end? How would we perceive time, and what would be the meaning of an individual life?
In their search for answers, Carolin Wirth and her team ascend into other spheres, taking performative and musical inspiration from the corporeality of the jellyfish. Faced with such formless entities, any attempt to draw strict boundaries is doomed to fail – as is the promise of a rigid order.
- Thursday, 13 July at 7:30 p.m.
- Saturday, 15 July at 7:30 p.m.
Organized by the August Everding Theater Academy and the University of Music and Theater Munich (HMTM), together with the study course Music and Spoken Theater Production, Performative Arts (headed by Professor Sebastian Baumgarten) and the collaborative study course in Dramatic Composition at LMU.
Tickets: 12 euros/ 8 euros (concessional rate). For more information, please visit the August Everding Theater Academy website.