Der Streik

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Ein Musical von Nicolas Stemann nach dem Roman Atlas Shrugged von Ayn Rand

“The capitalist economic system demands this ruthless dedication to the vocation of making money.” (Max Weber) – Since Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand was published in 1957, people claim that it is the most-read book in the USA after the Bible. As a prophet of neoliberalism, Rand describes how – of all people – the elite, the wealthy and powerful, use the traditional tools of the political left and go on strike. The key players in the economy withdraw, disappear from social life – and are suddenly simply not there anymore. And it is one single woman who tries to unravel the reasons behind this retreat. In this epoch defining work, Rand outlines an implacable work ethic that believes in perpetual growth and views solidarity as disruptive inconvenience. As an old woman, Ayn Rand had to fall back on the services of the welfare state (even if she did so under a false name), but as a fifty-year-old, she wrote a novelistic profession of faith for the self-proclaimed meritocratic elite, and in so doing propagandised in favour of a strictly hierarchical social order. Who actually defines the moral standards that individuals then base their actions on? Do human beings shape the system or does the system shape human beings? In his first production for the Schiffbau-Halle, Nicolas Stemann asks himself whether solidarity is a one-way street, and what it is exactly that holds a society together. Or indeed, lets it fly apart.

 

With Alicia Aumüller, Thelma Buabeng, Sachiko Hara, Thomas Kürstner, Kay Kysela, Daniel Lommatzsch, Felix Loycke, Florian Loycke, Matthias Neukirch, Burkhard Niggemeier, Sebastian Rudolph, Sebastian Vogel, Hipp Mathis, Kurt Blum (Statisterie), Vlora Mulaku (Statisterie), Jutta Trautmann (Statisterie), Denise Wintsch (Statisterie), Amine Yakoubi (Statisterie)
Staging
Nicolas Stemann
Composition
Nicolas Stemann, Thomas Kürstner, Burkhard Niggemeier, Sebastian Vogel
Musical conduction
Burkhard Niggemeier
Set Design
Jelena Nagorni
Costumes
Marysol del Castillo
Music
Thomas Kürstner, Sebastian Vogel
Puppets
Das Helmi
Puppeteering
Felix Loycke, Florian Loycke
Choreography
Evelina Stampa
Video
Claudia Lehmann
Vieo assistant, Live-Video
Yannik Böhmer
Light
Rainer Küng
Dramaturgy
Katinka Deecke, Laura  Paetau
Drama Teacher
Katarina Tereh
Audience Development
Marco Jenni
Set design assistant
Ann-Kathrin Bernstetter
Costume assistant
Iva Ivanova
Production assistant
Leila Vidal-Sephipha
  • 3 hours, incl 1 break
  • Swiss premiere: 12. January 2020, Schiffbau-Halle
  • Schiffbau-Halle
  • Recommended age:16 and above
  • 🛈 Introduction 30 min before the play on 14.01., 16.01., 17.01., 18.01., 20.01., 07.02., 11.02., 13.02., 14.02., 18.02., 20.02., 22.02. and 24.02.
Data
Thursday 23.01. 20:00 Schiffbau-Halle
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Friday 07.02. 20:00 Schiffbau-Halle
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Tuesday 11.02. 20:00 Schiffbau-Halle
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  • Tues
Thursday 13.02. 20:00 Schiffbau-Halle
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Friday 14.02. 20:00 Schiffbau-Halle
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  • Fr
Sunday 16.02. 16:00 Schiffbau-Halle
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  • Sun
Tuesday 18.02. 20:00 Schiffbau-Halle
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Thursday 20.02. 20:00 Schiffbau-Halle
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  • Carte Blanche
Saturday 22.02. 20:00 Schiffbau-Halle
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Monday 24.02. 20:00 Schiffbau-Halle
  • Last Show
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