20 – 22 Mar 2022
| Festival explore dance #3
| Young dance
Imagine you are in an urban living space, a city. Your senses are like sensitive antennae. You use them to sniff the humid air, feel musty soil and rummage through thorny thickets. Your ears are pricked up, and they listen to the urban underground. Who lives there in the ground, in tunnels and canals? The city is a habitat for many creatures, animals and plants. And we are always right in the middle of it. Together with the artists and a series of creatures that speak for themselves, the audience embarks on a polyphonic audio journey in and around the theater. A sophisticated orientation system for a blind and visually impaired audience allows them to move independently through the performance. Seeing Ears proposes listening as a mode of responsible, cooperative coexistence with our environment.
The performance will take place in all weather conditions, we ask that you bring appropriate clothing.
Accessibility: The performance has an integrated audio description and auditory guidance system. The audience is mostly guided outside the theatre. The route taken will be over grass, cobblestones, single steps and tarmac. There will be longer phases where standing is required. The audience will be asked to close their eyes and walk along a rope. The audience will receive instructions through headphones, which will not be translated into DGS or easy language.
SCHOOL CLASSES Reservation: firstname.lastname@example.org 5 € per student explore package: 8 € when booking two performances Lunch (freshly prepared, varied and vegetarian): 4 € up to 6th grade, 5 € from 7th grade.
Admission is only possible in compliance with the applicable distance and hygiene rules and by applying the 3G regulation. Please note the mask obligation with FFP2 mask during the entire event. Due to the control of the G-status, we ask you to be on site early, preferably 30 minutes before the start of the event.