Four She She Pop performers delve into Chekhov’s drama “Three Sisters” and now mingle with the staff of this satire in order to establish a sisterhood. They wander through Prozorov’s house – the theater itself – in search of the salon: where is the room, the social space where individual worries and sensitivities can be recognized as social circumstances? Where is the room in which the analysis of their living conditions can be condensed into shared demands and concepts?
This piece is about women and their relationship to work. The phantom pains of a generation of postpolitical isolation. A group portrait based loosely on Chekhov.