Mutti muss nach Lichtenberg – Gentifrication #2 (Leien des Alltags)
In Mom Hast to Move to Lichtenberg – Gentifrication #2 Leien des Alltags look into gentrification as the defining phenomenon of their childhood and youth. Having grown up in Prenzlauer Berg, they see themselves as experts in this development and demand: if there has to be gentrification, then let it be for everyone!
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HAU Hebbel am Ufer (HAU1), Stresemannstraße 29, Kreuzberg, 10963 Berlin
Performance: Jan Koslowski, Nele Stuhler, Marlene Kolatschny, Jens Blümlein
Costumes: Svenja Gassen
Technical Support: Ralf Arndt
Dramaturgy: Anna Wille
In collaboration with Allianz Kulturstiftung. A production by Ruhrtriennale 2016 in cooperation with Ringlokschuppen Ruhr, Schauspiel Essen, Schauspielhaus Bochum. Supported by STAGE.
Under the artistic direction and management of Annemie Vanackere, HAU Hebbel am Ufer presents contemporary artistic positions that explore the intersection of theatre, dance, and performance. In addition, music, visual arts, and theoretically oriented discursive events are core components of the diverse program. Instead of relying on a permanent ensemble, HAU does not only develop, but also presents international co-productions, festivals, and projects realized within and beyond Berlin’s international dance and theatre scene. Since 2013, HAU Hebbel am Ufer has, for instance, been solely responsible for organizing the “Tanz im August” festival. Crucial cornerstones of the program are a contemporary repertoire including renowned classics as well as festivals highlighting current themes, as could for instance be seen in “Precarious Bodies. Tanz, Performance, Körperpolitik“ (2013), “Das Große Nature Theater of Oklahoma ruft Euch!“ (2013), “Good Guys Only Win in Movies. Künstlerische Positionen aus Bukarest und Chisinau“ (2014), "Männlich Weiß Hetero. Ein Festival über Privilegien" (2015), “HEINER MÜLLER!“ (2016), or "Utopische Realitäten" (2017).