Six young women from Basel question the emancipatory, empowering and politicising potential of self-portraits and self-narratives both online and offline: Which versions of ourselves do we want to share? How do we describe the world? Who follows us? Who connects with us? And how do we start a revolution together?
junges theater basel • Basel, Switzerland
Singing and dancing use the body's internal channels to express themselves. In collaboration with the Association Vocale de Suisse Romande, Linga embarks on a journey through an aurally eventful landscape. From a contrast of energy and physicality emerges, through the infiltration of opposing artistic ideas, a mixture of genres.
L’Octogone, Pully • Pully, Switzerland
Today, people are living longer than ever before – but what impact does this have on us, as well as on younger generations? A stage play about age has been written by german author Gerlind Reinshagen, the most famous female playwright in West Germany during the 1970s and 80s. The author suddenly died in June 2019 before the actual start of rehearsals. What remains are scraps of conversations, thoughts and some rough notes. This material and the team’s own improvisation practices have resulted in this production.
Kaserne Basel • Basel, Switzerland
We are aware that our lifestyles are not sustainable and that our culture is harming the planet. We may assume that as a culture we have taken the wrong way, without realising the consequences of our choices. This observation marks the starting point of this project's choreographic and dramaturgic quest.
Théâtre Les Tanneurs • Brussels, Belgium
This festival introduces the public to the demanding, innovative and sensitive work of emerging and established artists from Switzerland and abroad. This year's edition includes works by Swiss artists Géraldine Chollet, Sarah Bucher & Victor Poltier, Mélissa Guex and Joachim Ciocca.
Théâtre Sévelin 36 • Lausanne, Switzerland