16 | 12 | 17

Calendar

Großes Haus
Premiere
18 | 11 | 2017
Age
age 16 and older

Dates

22 | 12 | 2017 // 19.30 h Tickets
05 | 01 | 2018 // 19.30 h Tickets
28 | 01 | 2018 // 18.00 h Tickets
10 | 02 | 2018 // 19.30 h Tickets
17 | 03 | 2018 // 19.30 h Tickets
20 | 04 | 2018 // 19.30 h Tickets
25 | 05 | 2018 // 19.30 h Tickets
24 | 06 | 2018 // 16.00 h Tickets

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World premiere · based in the novel by Juli Zeh

Unterleuten //

Stage adaptation by Jenke Nordalm and Beate Seidel

Unterleuten – a small town somewhere in eastern Germany. Long-time locals and newcomers have come to an arrangement – problems are dealt with over each other's backyard fences. Old scandals are kept safely where people have swept them − under the carpet. But when an investment company comes in with plans to build a wind farm on the east side of town, cracks begin to appear in the idyllic veneer. Suddenly old and new conflicts of interest flare up. For example, between Gombrowski, the chairman of Ökologika and one of the winners of German reunification, and Kron, a die-hard communist whose career prospects fell with the Berlin Wall. Will the wind turbines be the end of Unterleuten, or will they ring in a new era of prosperity?

Everyone, including the newcomers who moved here to escape big-city life, ready themselves for battle. And now Unterleuten shows its true face. Nature's paradise turns into hell on earth.

Juli Zeh is one of the most influential female writers in the German contemporary literature scene. Her chancellor comedy "Mutti" and the stage adaptation of her psychological thriller "Nullzeit" [Decompression] have received raving reviews.

The panoramic portrait of society featured in her latest novel "Unterleuten" is not only a gripping crime story, but also a sharp-witted analysis of the fragile social situation of our present day.

Jenke Nordalm, who staged the highly successful family play "Dot and Anton" last season, will now direct the stage adaptation of Juli Zeh's bestselling novel.

 

Trailer: Marius Böttcher

 

Stage direction: Jenke Nordalm
Set design: Katrin Busching
Costume design: Vesna Hiltmann
Music: Ulf Steinhauer
Dramaturgy: Beate Seidel

Jenke Nordalm (Regie)
Katrin Busching (Bühne)
Vesna Hiltmann (Kostüme)
Ulf Steinhauer (Musik)
Beate Seidel (Dramaturgie)
Jan Krauter (Kampfchoreografie)

Cast

Simone Müller (Krönchen)
Dascha Trautwein (Kathrin Kron-Hübschke)
Lutz Salzmann (Kron, ihr Vater)
Nadja Robiné (Linda Franzen)
Nahuel Häfliger (Frederik Wachs, ihr Freund)
Johanna Geißler (Jule Fließ-Weiland)
Max Landgrebe (Gerhard Fließ, ihr Mann)
Sebastian Nakajew (Arne Seidel, Bürgermeister)
Elke Wieditz (Hilde Kessler)
Anna Windmüller (Elena Gombrowski)
Sebastian Kowski (Gombrowski, ihr Mann)
Bernd Lange (Konrad Meiler, Immobilienhändler)
Julius Kuhn (Pilz, Vertreter der Vento-Direct / Polizist / Erik)
Christoph Heckel (Opa Margot)
Bastian Heidenreich (Schaller, Autobauer)
Ulf Steinhauer (Musiker)