Sat, August 28, 2021
03:00 PM CEST
We all know anger, even when we were little. But if anger is a feeling we all share, why is everyone angry in a different way? Babies cry, parents argue, they seem to be allowed to do that. But if children are angry, what are they allowed to do? And are boys* allowed to be angry differently than girls*? To get to the bottom of this, Brazilian choreographer Regina Rossi has formed a band - »Schlagsahne« As a band, they invite families to an unusual concert: Here, the musical pieces are played not only with instruments, but with the whole body. Be there when rage becomes very quiet sometimes and then again sometimes really loud!
Regina Rossi studied applied theatre, choreography and performance in Porto Alegre, Amsterdam, Hamburg and is currently doing her PhD in Giessen. Since 2011 she has been producing her own works, which have been shown throughout Germany. LUSCO FUSCO (2018) was her first work for young audiences. 2lips (2019) was noted as piece of the year in Hamburg in TANZ magazine and the Hamburger Abendblatt. Rossi focuses on mediation as well as the development of new aesthetic formats for children and young people.
Concept, artistic directionRegina Rossi
By and withSven Jantzko, Sarah Lasaki
Costume / Set designSophia Sylvester Röpcke
Production managementEliza Posny
Photos / DesignAnja Beutler
Press / Public RelationsUlrike Steffel
Rehearsal accompanimentPauline Schönfelder, Marlene Winkler
Mentor SchlagzeugMentor percussion
A production by Regina Rossi in co-production with Kampnagel Hamburg and LOFFT - das Theater Leipzig and in cooperation with Tanzbiennale Heidelberg and Lernort Kulturkapelle Hamburg.
Supported by the Hamburg Ministry of Culture and Media, Performing Arts Fund with funds by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, City of Leipzig/Cultural Office, Berit and Rainer Baumgarten Endowment Fund under the umbrella of the Hamburg Cultural Foundation, and by the revival and guest performance funding of the Dachverband freie darstellende Künste Hamburg, Ministry of Culture and the Media.
Mon, August 23, 2021
12:00 AM CEST
Lichthof Theater, Mendelssohnstraße 15, 22761 Hamburg