Bernhard Mikeska, Lothar Kittstein und Alexandra Althoff (D)

    GOETHE :: DISAPPEARANCES

    A scenic installation for one person at a time

    Two years after arriving in Weimar, Goethe secretly left again. Where to? With what hope? And why travel under a false name and pretend to visit his sister? Prior to setting out that November, Goethe had learned of his sister Cornelia's death that summer. He was benumbed, shaken by her death. He had not written to his beloved sister for two years, even though she desperately yearned for it.
    Bernhard Mikeska, Lothar Kittstein and Alexandra Althoff's production for the historical Schießhaus, in the construction of which Goethe was involved, re-adjusts the seeing habits and the relations between members of the audience and actors.
    Each visitor enters alone, coming very close to the actors and becoming part of Goethe's story. Does a clear borderline exist between reality and dream, between the viewer and the viewed?

    Direction 
    Bernhard Mikeska 

    Text 
    Lothar Kittstein 

    Dramaturgy
     
    Alexandra Althoff, Verena Elisabet Eitel 

    Stage Design 

    Friederike Meisel 

    Costume
     Design
    Hannah Petersen 

    Sound Design 
    Knut Jensen

    Choreography Escorts
    Neele Ruckdeschel

    Escorts
    Djuna Delker, Kirsten Dornbusch, Kirsten Heyerhoff, Lieselotte Illig, Neele Ruckdeschel

    Project Management 

    Jana Herkner 

    With 

    Hannah Binder, Sebastian Kowski, Simone Müller, Nora Quest u.a. 

    Production 
    Verein für Raum und Zeit e.V., Deutsches Nationaltheater Weimar, Kunstfest Weimar 

    Funding
     
    Funded in the Fonds Doppelpass by the German Federal Cultural Foundation 

    With kind support by GPT audio GmbH, Massen

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    Foto: H. Holzmann

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    Venue

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    Warm clothing and sturdy footwear recommended

Weimarer Sommer