"We hereby wish to announce that capitalism passed away peacefully yesterday, after a long illness. We would like to invite you to a service to celebrate the passing of an economic and social system that has divided opinion. But we know now that we must say goodbye and plan a new future, for ourselves, for future generations, and for the planet."
In this immersive theatre experience, there will be space for letting go, space for sadness and space for celebration. With elements of theatre, dance, and music, Celebrating the Funeral of Capitalism is a performative ritual that transitions into a communal celebration. Because if we cry together, we can dance together. If we eat together, we can start talking about how we want to live together.
This performance will include a menu with local food, giving everyone the opportunity to spend time together, talk and be together. The menu overview will be displayed on the evening of the performance.
Artistic direction & choreography: Laura Heinecke Artistic direction & text: Gareth Clark Musical direction: Carla Wierer Production management: Frauke Niemann Performance: Carla Wierer, Gareth Clark, Laura Heinecke, Lubi Kimpanov Choreographic accompaniment: Linda Bordhag Assistant for production and direction: Tanja Wehling Stage: Lena Gätjens Costume design: Miriam Marto Costume assistant: Eugénie Picard Light design: Ralf Grüneberg Technique: Sophia Schützler Catering: Lena Frenkel With the support of the fabrik Potsdam as part of Artists in Residence Supported by the State Capital Potsdam, the Ministry of Science, Research and Culture of the State of Brandenburg, the Landesverband Freie Tanz- und Theaterschaffende Baden-Württemberg e.V. with funds from the Ministry of Science, Research and Art of the State of Baden-Württemberg, the Kulturamt Freiburg and the Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media within the framework of NEUSTART KULTUR Supported by Arts Council Wales, Welsh Government, National Lottery and Wales Arts International Duration: 120 minutes (incl. dinner)