Theater, Performance und Tanz in Hamburg - Kampnagel

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  • © Stephan Glagla
  • © Stephan Glagla
  • © Stephan Glagla
  • © Stephan Glagla
  • © Stephan Glagla
Theater & Performance
  • Thu, 28.11.2013 20:00 [Premiere]
    Kampnagel – K2
  • Fri, 29.11.2013 20:00
    Kampnagel – K2
  • Sat, 30.11.2013 20:00
    Kampnagel – K2

A German-Cameroonian border transcription by kainkollektiv and the Compagnie Les Ménestrels de Yaoundé – supported by the TURN Fund

Cameroon’s capital of Yaoundé was founded by the German colonial administration in 1889 as a research station for the ivory trade. In the German-Cameroonian coproduction “Fin de Maschine / Exit. Hamlet”, the Bochum ensemble “kainkollektiv” and the “Compagnie Les Ménestrels” from Yaoundé (director: Martin Ambara) have teamed up for a theatrical expedition in search of traces of German colonial history and modern-day life in Yaoundé and Mülheim. The production is based on Heiner Müller’s play “Hamletmachine”. The actors, musicians, video artists, dancers and puppeteers in both groups will address the issue of being foreigners and contemporaries in a globalized world. Their goal will be to produce a play featuring performance art, music theatre and installations by means of mutually productive uncertainty. The organizers plan to hold accompanying workshops for students in Bochum and Yaoundé as well.

FIN DE MACHINE / EXIT.HAMLET from Lukas Raber on Vimeo.


  • Künstlerische Leitung: Kainkollektiv
  • Künstler/ in: (Lettow / Schmuck) und Martin Ambara
  • Video: Nils Voges
  • Music: Rasmus Nordholt
  • Bühnenbildner/ -in: Malte Jehmlich
  • Kostüme: Emese Bodolay
  • Künstler/ in: Kirsten Möller, François Stéphane, Alima Mbarga, Antoine Effroy, Junior Moïse Esseba, Catherine Jodoin, David Guy Kono, Edith Nana Tchuinang

Eine Produktion von kainkollektiv, OTHNI Laboratoire de Théâtre de Yaoundé, Ringlokschuppen Mülheim an der Ruhr, FFT Düsseldorf und Kampnagel Hamburg. Gefördert von: Ministerium für Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Kulturministerium Kamerun, gefördert im Fonds TURN der Kulturstiftung des Bundes und Kunststiftung NRW.

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