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Bettina strolls

  • TWO FISH, Berlin
  • Duration 55 minutes
  • in German spoken language
    from 5
  • Adult €10,00 | reduced €9,00 | Child €7,00 | groups with JKS voucher €5,00 | groups without JKS voucher €5,50
  • Performance with flat puppets and live music after a tale by Elizabeth Shaw

Matthias Martin
Matthias Martin
Ewa Einhorn

Whether it’s looking in the window of a toy shop or watching a cat in the grass of a flowering meadow, Bettina thinks lots of things are exciting on her way home. She likes to forget the time and the fact that her mum is waiting for her at home. One …

Whether it’s looking in the window of a toy shop or watching a cat in the grass of a flowering meadow, Bettina thinks lots of things are exciting on her way home. She likes to forget the time and the fact that her mum is waiting for her at home.
One day, her mother goes out. Bettina waits for her. The hands of the clock barely turn. She begins to worry more and more that something might have happened to her mum...
Just how slowly can someone dawdle? And if you’re waiting impatiently, how can you move? “Bettina bummelt” is a story about our own speed and the speed that we share with others.
The Two Fish dance company was founded by Martin Clausen and Angela Schubot. Ever since 2001, it has been an active part of Berlin’s independent scene, working on various formats in dance, theatre and performance.

Notes on accessibility: Information about the accessibility of the venue in structural terms can be found here.

11.7. & 12.7.2024
Workshop accompanying the production of "Bettina bummelt"
After the performance, we offer a workshop for a playful exploration of the theme and the artistic means of expression of the production.

Direction: Susann Tamoszus
Registration at: theaterpaedagogik@schaubude.berlin

Dates

10.7. Wed

11.7. Thu

  • workshop after the performance, registration at: theaterpaedagogik@schaubude.berlin

12.7. Fri

  • workshop after the performance, registration at: theaterpaedagogik@schaubude.berlin

Performance
Martin Clausen, Rafał Dziemidok, Mario and Christian Schulte

Artistic collaboration
Angela Schubot, Peter Trabner

Stage design, costumes
Florent Martin

Dramaturgy
Amelie Mallmann

Co-production with
Tanzhaus NRW, Theater an der Parkaue

Programme
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