FOX (Platypus Theater)
With four actors, a musician, video projection, drawing and a puppet, we show a story about being homeless, friendship, community and loneliness. The fox becomes a symbol for these themes. Music and video animation add a nonverbal level which gives the audience time to think and process their feelings.
BKA-Theater, Mehringdamm 34, Kreuzberg, 10961 Berlin
220 seats, air condition, 5th floor, elevator
Acting: Joshua Spriggs, Ona Nurkkala, Charmaine Gorman, Edvard Lammervo
Composition, Music: Jeanette Hubert
Concept, Direction: Anja Scollin
Text: Lindy Annis
Stage: Kerstin Junge
Costume: Bärbel Jahn
Video: Anna Arndt
Lightning Design: Josep Maria Comas Jorda
Fundet by the Senatskanzlei für Kultur und Europa des Landes Berlin, Theaterhaus Mitte, ufaFabrik, BKA-Theater
We are an independent Berlin-based theater group that develops and produces English-language or bilingual plays for children and teenagers. We explore themes which interest us and which resonate with the experiences of our audience.
An oasis for cabaret theaters has resided at Mehringdamm in Kreuzberg since 1988: Berliner Kabarett Anstalt, BKA Theater for short, or, as the Berliners call it, just plain BKA.
BKA Theater offers cabaret, comedy, shows, improv theater, concerts, singer/songwriters and zany musicals. In the mornings, there is English-language children’s theater and, every Tuesday night, Unerhörte Musik, Germany’s only weekly concert series for contemporary music.