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Tanz:Now 2019

The festival Tanz:Now by Theater Phönix on Lake Constance will present four Swiss dance productions: junges theater basel’s «What we are looking for», Panorama Dance’s «The Wisdom of the Crowd», Compagnie Linga's «Flow» and choreographies by Konzert Theater Bern.

Theater PhönixSteckborn, Switzerland

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Pool Position

by junges theater basel

Linus's 18th birthday ends with him floating in the pool and his parent’s grand piano being destroyed. So he and his sister decide to leave home. This story about dissimmilar siblings and all the great questions of life was written by Lucien Haug especially for the performers of junges theater basel.

junges theater baselBasel, Switzerland

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Performa Festival 2019

Performa is a multidisciplinary platform that invites artists and audience to share ideas and reflect on today’s world. Over the course of a few days, Performa aims to create a particular environment, giving their audience the opportunity to experiment with their own reality in a different way.

City of BellinzonaBellinzona, Switzerland

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All In

by Daniel Hellmann

Inspired by a series of interviews with people who live in romantic triads, three artists create an artistic-personal relationship. There are no boundaries, just the wish to explore how deep care and connection can go, in daily life as in the studio, which may also encompass the romantic and the sexual.

Gessnerallee ZurichZurich, Switzerland

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Tristan und Isolde oder Luft! Luft! Mir erstickt das Herz!

by Theater Hora

Theater Hora joins up with a musical theatre collective from Berlin to free Wagner's opera from its high-culture restrictions. Together with the audience they navigate their way through an ocean of euphoria, depression, lust, hate and shame.

SophiensäleBerlin, Germany

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Le Dragon d’Or

by L’outil de la ressemblance

In the tiny kitchen of a Thai-Chinese-Vietnamese restaurant, five migrant workers encounter several misfortunes, which are linked to others: tired stewardesses, a childless couple, a man whose wife has left him, a corpse thrown from a bridge. All against a background of boiling woks, alcohol and toothache.

Théâtre Benno BessonYverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland