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Antje Pfundtner in Gesellschaft:
We Call it a House

 
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  • Thu, 20.05.2021 20:00 [Talk, World Premiere, Online]
    The Audience Talk takes place at 9 p.m. here: https://bit.ly/3bEVvXt
  • Fri, 21.05.2021 20:00 [Talk, Online]
  • Sat, 22.05.2021 20:00 [Talk, Online]
  • Sun, 23.05.2021 20:00 [Talk, Online]

For many years now, plays by Antje Pfundtner in Gesellschaft have drawn on questions shared and discussed with other artists and rehearsing guests of all ages. After questions like, "What are you not asked enough?" followed by, "What do you stand up for?", Antje Pfundtner in Gesellschaft now collects answers to, "What do you need the others for?"

It began with the interest in asking who owns the stage, who gets there, how to share it, what to negotiate together there. The plan was to have many others come there to share space, time, and interests. The many people in one place thing has become more and more unnecessary in the last months and still does. Three remain: they share the stage, as well as a walk-in object, they call it a house. In it they reorient themselves and change the terminology: In relation to theater, to themselves as a we, to what they do, to audience. WE CALL IT A HOUSE, for example, has only one audience member – they call her a camera. The three say what they do in the house is not film, but they call it film because it is not a play.

What they do is confront each other: Who am I in the context of the others and what do they say about it? They experiment on each other and have a lot of time, because so far no one has asked them to come out again, and as long as that is the case, the three of them negotiate what they will later debate with many others. The question does not expire, on the contrary, it arises anew every day. Now more than ever.

After the streams you'll have the opportunity to talk to the artists via Zoom and ask questions. 

* Audience Talk 21 May, 9.10pm: to take part click here.

* Audience Talk 22 May, 9.10pm: to take part:  click here.

* Audience Talk 23 May, 9.10pm: to take part: click here.


 

 


  • Choreografie: Antje Pfundtner
  • Dance: Juliana Oliveira, Antje Pfundtner, Matthew Rogers
  • Dramaturgy: Anne Kersting
  • Music & Sound: Nikolaus Woernle
  • Stage: Irene Pätzug
  • Costume: Yvonne Marcour
  • Light: Michael Lentner
  • Production, PR and Marketing: Hannah Melder
  • Distribution: Jana Lüthje
  • Assistance: Vivienne Lütteken
  • Video: Mathias Hollaender
  • Technical support: Lars Vaupel, Karsten Witte
  • Guests: Stanley Dennis Robert Ebhodaghe, Mark Christoph Klee, Ilske Thomsen, Dr. Babette Tondorf

Thanks to Heather Christle for kindly allowing us to quote her poem "Then We Are in Agreement". Thanks also to Felizitas Stilleke for her dramaturgical feedback. Of course we also thank the Kampnagel technical department and last but not least Hanseatische Materialverwaltung, Maria Jesus Bastos António, Greta Granderath, Julia Hehlke, Emma Heidelbach, Sarah Lasaki, Wolfgang Müller, Jaqueline Oliveira, Apolo Oliveira Neumann, Familie Pfundtner, Ursina Tossi, Treffen Total, Momme, Mila, Celina, Elias, Gesa, Milo, Josha.

„We Call it a House“ is a production by Antje Pfundtner in Gesellschaft in co-production with Kampnagel Hamburg and FFT Düsseldorf.

„We Call it a House“ is supported by TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund with means from the Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien as well as Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg, Behörde für Kultur und Medien. Supported by the rehearsal stage of Gängeviertel.

This video has been produced in compliance with all current safety and hygiene rules in place to contain the COVID 19 pandemic.


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