TheModernDoor Steine

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Hopscotch game board on ground (Himmel und Hölle-Variant)

White undershirts, black pants/skirts

10 spots

Draw gameboard in Innenhof as audience arrives.

Each square is a „scene“/event. Each of us has 3 scenes/themes/ideas

We move from square to square methodically, without stone-throwing.

Josh

  1. Death and sex – dirty ourselves with dirt/mud

  2. Discussion/exploration of stones and stoning

  3. Symbols and structures – play hopscotch

Nick

  1. Pain and pleasure – feedback / call-and-response/ „death“ scream & cheer (The scream is to tell a million things with only one minute left to live)

  2. The Script isn’t always what you think it is.

(Josh and Jeanne on instruments, Nick vocals) – SURPRISE

  1. Weather / Water Pour

Jeanne

  1. Text – “Schwarze Milch der Frühe” Todesfuge by Paul Celan, text reading in unison

  2. SCHREIEN (only J) and pour water on you guys with my gas canister

„Neutral“ Intermezzo (between J,N,J scenes)

silent panel discussion – table out on the street, three chairs, water glasses

„Schweigen (und sich dadurch mitschuldig machen)“

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_DSC8037.JPGDas iranische Kurzfilm-Drehbuch “Steine” der Autoren Farzane Seyed-Saidi und Andreas Cyrenius beruht auf einer wahren Begebenheit. Es beschreibt die Radikalisierung einer traumatisierten Prostituierten gegen eine von Männern dominierte Gesellschaft im Iran des Jahres 2001. Dazu liefert die amerikanische Performancegruppe TheModernDoor eine sehr freie Interpretation des Drehbuchs.

“Steine” Eine Interpretation: http://medienhaus-hannover.de/archiv.htm

 

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