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By Christoph Marthaler and ensemble

World premiere

Direction Christoph Marthaler / Stage Design Duri Bischoff / Costume and Wardrobe Sara Kittelmann / Musikalische Leitung, Einstudierung Bendix Dethleffsen / Tasteninstrumente, Arrangements Bendix Dethleffsen, Stefan Wirth / Video Andi A. Müller
Cast Tora Augestad, Gottfried Breitfuss, Raphael Clamer, Jean-Pierre Cornu, Bendix Dethleffsen, Ueli Jäggi, Bernhard Landau, Elisa Plüss, Nicolas Rosat, Siggi Schwientek, Nikola Weisse, Stefan Wirth, Susanne-Marie Wrage

Tora Augestad
Gottfried Breitfuss
Raphael Clamer
Jean-Pierre Cornu
Bendix Dethleffsen
Ueli Jäggi
Bernhard Landau
Elisa Plüss
Nicolas Rosat
Siggi Schwientek
Nikola Weisse
Stefan Wirth
Susanne-Marie Wrage
Stefan Kurt (unsichtbar)
 
Direction Christoph Marthaler
Stage Design Duri Bischoff
Costume and Wardrobe Sara Kittelmann
Musikalische Leitung, Einstudierung Bendix Dethleffsen
Tasteninstrumente, Arrangements Bendix Dethleffsen, Stefan Wirth
Video Andi A. Müller
Lighting Rainer Küng
Literary Manager Malte Ubenauf
Assistant Director Clara Isabelle Dobbertin
Assistant Stage Designer Marie Hartung
Internship Costumes Liv Senn
Internship Direction Selina Girschweiler, Livia Class
Prompter Gabriele Seifert
Stage Management Ralf Fuhrmann
Theatre Education Katrin Sauter
One of today’s central questions is, “What shall I do with the mistakes I have made on earth?” This is not so much about a desire for spiritual forgiveness as a search for somewhere to dispose of the dubious facts and figures that encumber our financial, political, ideological and ecological balance sheets. Things that would once simply have been concealed with Tipp-Ex or negotiated in the confessional have been given the name “bad bank” – at least since the last world financial crisis. This institution will take on anything that is monetarily rotten or absolutely putrid, thus restoring the innocent sparkle to the marble columns of the traditional financial institutions. But considering the global abundance of sin, is this enough? Hardly. For precisely this reason, Christoph Marthaler and his ensemble establish a “bad state,” detached from the mainland, which exists solely to take on other people’s problems. All of them. We’ll take them on!

Pfauen

Su, 17 Dec 19:0021:00 Tickets
Fr, 22 Dec 20:0022:00 Tickets Carte Blanche
Th, 28 Dec 20:0022:00 Tickets
Fr, 12 Jan 20:0022:00 Tickets Geschenk-Abo
Mo, 15 Jan 20:0022:00 Tickets
Fr, 19 Jan 20:0022:00 Tickets Einführung um 19:15; Migros-Abo
We, 31 Jan 20:0022:00 Tickets Einführung um 19:15
Fr, 02 Feb 20:0022:00 Tickets

  • Stadt Zurich
  • Swiss Re
  • Zürcher Kantonalbank
  • Migros