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Nur Tote singen schöner

by Vorstadttheater Basel

A man and a woman play all the parts that a good detective drama needs and tell a dark and gritty story in the style of film noir. And when the plot gathers pace and the tension increases, feelings grow and we hear singing. A mystery pocket musical about destroyed dreams, lost hopes and cold coffee.

VorstadttheaterBasel, Switzerland

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Les Printemps de Sévelin

The festival offers the opportunity to introduce the public to the demanding, innovative and sensitive work of emerging and established Swiss and international artists. Featuring Perrine Valli, Sarah Bucher & Victor Poltier, Simon Crettol, Thibault Lac & Tobias Koch and others.

Théâtre Sévelin 36Lausanne, Switzerland

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Hotel der Immigranten

by CapriConnection

In poetic, condensed texts, the artists talk about Europeans who climbed onto overcrowded ships, trying to save their lives and finding their first asylum in The Immigrant Hotel in Argentina. The second part of the evening belongs to the company Estrella del Oriente from Buenos Aires.

Gessnerallee ZurichZurich, Switzerland

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Runway

by Delgado Fuchs

In collaboration with fashion artist Charlie Le Mindu, and the composer and musician Clive Jenkins, the collective of choreographers Delgado Fuchs immerses itself in the history of hair and artistic research into the mechanisms of identity construction and gender stereotypes.

ArsenicLausanne, Switzerland

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Forever

by Tabea Martin

The dream of life after death has always inspired humanity. How do children think about life and death and immortality? What fantasies do they have about life after death? The dance piece «Forever» creates an immortal world that brings children’s fantasies to life.

Kaserne BaselBasel, Switzerland

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Pièce

by 2b Company

A play about a play being played, in which actors play actors acting. The Lausanne-based collective Gremaud/Gurtner/Bovay makes use of their keen sense of play and the absurd to document the subtle and myriad relationships that unfold between humans when they gather together.

Théâtre de VidyLausanne, Switzerland