Planet Egalia – Ein feministisches Singspiel

Feministisches Singspiel/ Musical

At present, dystopias are more popular than utopias. The situation was quite different in the 1970s, when, at the height of feminist utopia, authors created new models of society on distant planets and in possible terrestrial futures. In Norway, Gerd Brantenberg simply reversed gender relations in her novel „The Daughters of Egalia,“ and in the U.S., the triumvirate of feminist science fiction Ursula K. Le Guin, Joanna Russ, and Marge Piercy abolished not only gender differences but also class society and private property in their works.

The special beauty of this production was the intense and warmhearted production process of ca. 80 pieces in 2,5 month.

Künstlerische Leitung, Text und Komposition: Christiane Rösinger  Regie: Meike Schmitz
Bühne: Marlene Lockemann, Sina Manthey
Kostüm: Sophia Sylvester Röpcke, mit Unterstützung von Kallia Kefala, Aleis Llusa, Carlton Morgan, Marcus Barros Cardoso
Musikalische Leitung: Laura Landergott, Elise Mory
Band: Laura Landergott, Julie Miess, Elise Mory, Albertine Sarges
Performer:innen: Jona James Aulepp, Sila Davulcu, Malte Göbel, Kaey Kiel, Doreen Kutzke, Laura Landergott, Julie Miess, Elise Mory, Rúben Nsue, Minh Duc Pham, Sophia Sylvester Röpcke, Christiane Rösinger, Albertine Sarges, Andreas Schwarz
Choreografie: Rúben Nsue
Video und Live-Kamera: Kathrin Krottenthaler
Lichtdesign: Hans Leser

Hebel am Ufer Berlin, Juni 2021

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