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FUTUR GERMANIA searches for new and old myths, places of remembrance, rituals and symbols. Which of them could be fixed points for the construction of identities and self-images of a coming community? There is no speculation about their concrete form and composition. Rather, the question arrises on which values a society could be based. Which car stereotypes should it propagate? What could it be proud of? What should it be ashamed of? Whose inheritance should it accept or reject? The new production by Munich theater maker Oliver Zahn negotiates no more and no less than the future of a society that is, for example, called Germany and which may lie in disintegration or decay. An open archive serves as the basis. Its content is a corpus of objects, songs, practices, symbols, figures. For every performance, there is a different performer on stage. This person brings his or her own new elements into the evening – and thus becomes co-author of the archive.


Schau mer mal, the mediation program for the independent scene in Munich, offers a unique insight into the rehearsal process of the theater maker Oliver Zahn. On Friday, April 03, 2020, the FUTUR GERMANIA team will open the door to their rehearsal stage in the Labor Ateliers at 8 PM and show the current unfinished work status. Afterwards Oliver Zahn will talk to the visitors about what they have seen and the working methods behind the project over beer and pretzels.

Further performances: 26 & 27 April 2020 | 8 PM

Munich Kammerspiele, Kammer 3 | Hildegardstraße 1

Rehearsal visit with Oliver Zahn | 03 April 2020 | 8 PM | Labor Ateliers | Dachauer Straße 112d

On April 26 & 27, an artist talk will take place after the performance.

With: N.N.
Artistic direction: Oliver Zahn
Camera, video: Laura Kansy
Light, Technology, Rehearsal Performance: Dennis Dieter Kopp
Dramaturgy: Lisa Skwirblies
Assistance, Rehearsal Performance: Azeret Koua
Artistic Production Management & Press: Rat&Tat Kulturbüro