Zwei Schwestern (INNER)
After collaborating for months with six colorful, long skirts, and one rendezvous at a churchconcert, Cathleen Rabe and Marlene Naumann are showing results of their research. Or the research itself, or what is now left of it. Two (uneven) sisters are moving together through intimacy and distance, inside and outside, with skirts blowing in the wind, in between worlds.
Die Vorstellung ist barrierefrei zugänglich.
Ruine der Franziskaner Klosterkirche (Wiese davor), Klosterstraße 73a, Mitte, 10179 Berlin
Choreography, Dance/Performance: Marlene Naumann
Choreography, Dance/Performance: Cathleen Rabe
INNER is a Berlin-based company for dance and üerformance. It was founded by the dancers Cathleen Rabe and Marlene Naumann in June 2017 after many years of working together in various productions, shootings and projects. Inner distinguishes itself by a unique and reduced approach to movement that builds their very personal aesthetics. Elements of dance, performance and acting are combined in a minimalistic and functional way. They bring psychological topics in a unique, very precise and yet widely diversified language on stage.
Ideally, we will present Zwei Schwestern at the ruins of the Franciscan cloisters (constructed at the end of the 13th century) because it supports our subject of shame and also our work with the image of women in a historical context, which becomes exceptionally clear in a church environment. In addition, the ruins also present an essential contrast as we are outdoors and exposed to the world, allowing the production to take on an additional dimension. Our second option is the courtyard at Pfefferberg Theater. This will also allow us to juxtapose the subject of shame with the audience. We selected our performance venue with the thought of openly displaying a very personal feeling that usually leads to hiding.