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L7L – Die Sieben Irren

A project by Alejandro Tantanian and Oria Puppo
Based on the novel by Roberto Arlt

 Therese-Giehse-Halle
 World premiere
 Premiere: 08.12.2022
 With English surtitles
 Strobe Effect
 Premiere: 30€, Thu-Sat: 25€, Sun-Mi 20€, under 30 years: 10€
 Therese-Giehse-Halle
 World premiere
 Premiere: 08.12.2022
 With English surtitles
 Strobe Effect
 Premiere: 30€, Thu-Sat: 25€, Sun-Mi 20€, under 30 years: 10€

Which conspiracy theories permeate and pervade our past and present? We are invited to an information evening that slips away from us and ties us in knots. We become part of a theatrical investigation that deploys research material as well as theoretical and literary reference points to scrutinise the continuation of fascist power structures. How do political cells organise themselves? How does a (potentially violent) underground form? The inspiration for this devised piece is Roberto Arlt’s novel “The Seven Madmen”, published in Argentina in 1929. In it, conspirators filled with a sense of mission encounter drab, worn-out, lost and sleepwalking figures who seem particularly receptive to the subversive fantasies of the raving, megalomaniac social engineers whose delusions resonate even to our present day.

  • With Erwin Aljukić, Bernardo Arias Porras, Thomas Hauser, Anna Gesa-Raija Lappe, Christian Löber, Jochen Noch, Annette Paulmann
  • Directed by Alejandro Tantanian
  • Artistic Collaboration, Stage, Costume, Video Oria Puppo
  • Choreographer Luciano Rosso
  • Light Design Maximilian Kraußmüller
  • Dramaturge Martín Valdés-Stauber
  • Text translation Franziska Muche
  • Collaboration Text Ignacio Bartolone
  • Collaboration Video & Stage Maeva Rouve
  • Collaboration Costume Irem Tasdan
  • Assistant to the Director Raimund Rosarius
  • Stage Design Assistant Katharina Quandt
  • Costume Design Assistant Kira Marx
  • Directing Intern Luyuan Fang
  • Stage Manager Stefanie Rendtorff
  • Prompter Jutta Masurath
  • Artistic Production Management Constantin Weidenbach
  • Technical Production Management Rainer Bernt

Digital Introduction

Theatertag am 24.1.

All tickets for 10 €!