on tour

Dance Me! is a dance marathon between two competing generations. The stage is an arena in which She She Pop and guests take on the role of the elderly; the others are a group of young performers. Mutual incomprehension, otherwise known as the generation gap, is brought to the stage and celebrated in a strict dance ritual.

January 19/20/21, 2023, Mousonturm, Frankfurt am Main
February 03/04, 2023, Hellerau-Europäisches Zentrum der Künste, Dresden
February 10/11/12, 2023, FFT Forum Freies Theater, Düsseldorf

DENNOCH! – Zur Lage der freien Künste

The independent performing arts continue to be affected by crises in particular ways. In order to support artists from this field, the Performing Arts Fund launched and funded about 25 laboratories between May and August 2022, ranging from puppetry, object theatre and music theatre to dance, performance and drama to theatre in public spaces and contemporary circus. This film documents the artistic work and research of these (also online) laboratories spread across the Federal Republic of Germany in times of social transformation. Perspectives of Danny Banany, Mable Preach, Mieke Matzke, Simone Dede Ayivi, Stefan Kaegi, Susanne Schuster and others are made visible on the big screen, and numerous curators and artistic directors from various production venues and festivals have their say, among them HAU Hebbel am Ufer. “DENNOCH! – Zur Lage der freien Künste” (NEVERTHELESS! – On the State of the Independent Arts) shows the polyphony of aesthetics, practices and places and combines them into a common language.

Following the film presentation of the documentary by Janina Möbius initiated by the Fonds Darstellende Künste “DENNOCH! – Zur Lage der freien Künste”, there will be a discussion about the theatre landscape in times of crisis. Margarita Tsomou will moderate and speak with Janina Benduski, Tümay Kılınçel, Klaus Lederer and Elke Weber from She She Pop.

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January 21, 2023, HAU 1, Berlin
on tour

As a mental extension of Drawers, She She Pop has once again invited various guests to share the stage or be connected virtually in their new production, Walls. Together, they travel through time to past moments and possible futures. The journey takes the audience along walls that permeate how we perceive shared reality and its emotional impact.

January 25/26/27, 2023, HAU Hebbel am Ufer HAU 1, Berlin

The Summer Camp Academy is organized in collaboration with Komuna/Warszawa, La Comedie de Clermont Ferrand and the Epidaurus Festival in Athens as part of Creative Europe’s project “In Search of a Home – Ithaca”.

This She She Pop Workshop was funded by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of “NEUSTART KULTUR.”