In 1968, actors and actresses at the Münchner Kammerspiele collected money for weapon donations for the Viet Cong during Peter Stein’s production of the Peter Weiss play Viet Nam Discourse. This soon led to the cancellation of the production by the theatre director. 50 years later, the Kammerspiele invites artists to occupy the theatre.
In addition to readings by Thomas Zacharias (Akademie und Irrwitz) and Norbert Frei (1968 – Jugendrevolte und globaler Protest), ReReRevolte present the parlour game Haltung Einnehmen (Taking a Stance). Those who cannot stand change and proximity lose. The number of players is arbitrary.
Slogans and sayings of revolutionary contexts from the time around 1968 as well as from today are assigned to contrasting typographies. The research of the third generation forms the playing surface of the parlour game Haltung Einnehmen in graphic arrangement.
ReReRevolte are Michaela Andrae, Elena Carr, Lorenz Mayr, Angela Neumair and Lea Wilsdorf. The third generation.
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