or escape to neverland
A dance theatre on the topic of bullying and psychological violence.
8:00pm — 10:00pm
The play deals with bullying, body-shaming and suicidal thoughts, which some audience members may find disturbing. If you are affected, there are many support services available. The telephone counselling service is anonymous, free of charge and available around the clock on 0800 111 0 111 and 0800 111 0 222. There is also the option of e-mail counselling or help chat. You can find more information at www.telefonseelsorge.deTicket needed
Poster of the event with the title Peter Pan. A person squats on the floor in front of a white semi-transparent curtain. The upper body and head are wrapped in white fabric. One arm encloses
Bullying and psychological violence may be invisible, but we are all affected by it. We have all acted as victims or perpetrators and find ourselves in sometimes terrible situations. We have all acted as victims or perpetrators and find ourselves in sometimes terrible situations. With their 13th stage play, and 4th co-production with Landungsbrücken, Vlasova / Pawlica explore the theme in a special way. They deal with the question of who is a victim and who is a perpetrator and how to make psychological violence visible. Wrapped in the well-known story of Peter Pan, the boy who doesn't want to grow up, they sensitively tell why sometimes the only way out is to escape to Neverland.
Idea / Choreography: Katerina Vlasova, Amadeus Pawlica Dance: Sandra Domnick, Nadja Simchen Dramaturgy: Mareike Uhl Music: David Rojas, Vivaldi
Eine Koproduktion von VLASOVA / PAWLICA mit Landungsbrücken Frankfurt Gefördert vom Hesssischen Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst und dem Kulturamt der Stadt Frankfurt am Main Enstehung in Residenzen im FREIRAUM DÜSSELDORF sowie im Rahmen desID_Tanzhaus Frankfurt Rhein-Main, einem Projekt von ID_Frankfurt e.V.