∇ (pronounced nabla) is a decidedly unresearched phenomenon of energies that are primarily released in triangular spaces. There have been a variety of conflicts, gentrification, radicalization and even murder on Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz. On this city tour, the history of this triangular area will be approached using tools from the genre of science fiction. What is this ∇ effect and why has it always caused people to be less than nice to each other?
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Direction: Philipp Urrutia
Dramaturgy: Lena Schulze Frenking
Co-Direction: Gözde Atalay Kokkoris
Co-Dramaturgy: Clémentine Decremps
Costumes: Stéphane Mashyno
Music: Romain Frequency
A production by OfW and supported by the Bezirkskulturfonds Mitte and the Fonds Darstellende Künste. With the kind support of Der kleine Buchladen, DIE LINKE and the Verein zur Förderung von Kunst und Kultur am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz e. V.
OfW is a multilingual theater collective without a permanent home in Berlin since 2017.
Florentine Schara received her B.A. in Performing Arts at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) and a training in physical theater after J. Lecoq in Paris. She works as a performer and actress for stage and film, among others at Ringlokschuppen Mülheim a.d.
Clémence Caillouel is a performer, clown, director and presenter. Clémence Caillouel's research focuses on developing a blend of experimental theater, performance art and dark clowning. Her work is personal and sensitive, sometimes extreme and grotesque, often funny, tragic and unusual.
Tomas Kutinjač is a Croatian actor living in Berlin. He holds a Master's degree in Theater Studies from the University of Bologna, where he worked for years as a performer with renowned theater companies.
Sara Mazzanti is an actress with over 25 years of stage experience. She has just finished a UK tour of the play "Jabala und der Dschinn", in which she played the mysterious and dazzling being of the Djinn.
Jakob Plutte studied acting at the UdK Berlin. He has had various guest engagements, including at the Theater an der Parkaue, the Deutsches Theater and the Maxim Gorki Theater. From 2011 to 2015 he was a permanent member of the ensemble of the Stadttheater Osnabrück.
Philipp Urrutia writes and directs immersive theater projects that are conceptually developed for their respective venues. After several years as an assistant director and dramaturge, he began to realize his own work in 2017.
Stéphane Mashyno is a DJ, graphic designer, video artist, performer and party organizer. For years he was part of the southern French performance collective Les princes des Villes and frontman of the rock band Storm.