»The Shape of Trouble to Come – Ein posthumanes Ritual«
Based on works by DONNA HARAWAY, URSULA K. LE GUIN and PAUL PRECIADO
Sandra Hüller Performance
Christoph Müller Performance
Tom Schneider Direction
Tobias Staab Text version, Dramaturgy
Georg Mellert Dramaturgy
Moritz Bossmann, Sandro Tajouri Music, Performance
Michael Graessner Stage, Performance
Kathi Maurer Costume
Matthias Singer Lighting design, Video
Christian Dopping Sound design
When people talk about science fiction, they think of films like »2001: A Space Odyssey«, »Metropolis« or »Interstellar«. However, hardly anyone will have an association with the theatre. Yet this genre, with its depictions of utopian future scenarios, is predestined to broaden the horizon of thought. The FARN. collective makes use of this potential with »The Shape of Trouble to Come«. Through futuristic narratives, an awareness of people's current behaviour with its negative and positive consequences is created. The performance directs the view into the future not only in terms of content but also in the format itself: a creative answer to the Ludwigsburg Festival's guiding question: »Where are we going?«
»The Shape Of Trouble To Come« is a production by FARN. collective in co-production with Schauspiel Leipzig and the Schauspielhaus Bochum.
For production reasons, the event at the Forum am Schlosspark has unfortunately had to be cancelled. Tickets already purchased can be returned to the respective advance booking office.
As a substitute, however, a recording from the Schauspiel Leipzig on 18 June will be available as a Video-on-Demand on our Digital Stage from 24 June to 26 June.
Supported by the Landesverband Freie Tanz- und Theaterschaffende Baden-Württemberg e.V. with funds from the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts of the State of Baden-Württemberg.