Prime Time
Programming from the Community
For English speaking audience
auf neongelbem Hintergrund sind 12 kleine Figuren in asymmetrischen Posen erkennbar. Unten links eine schräg liegende Frau in gelb von dort verteilen sich die Figuren bis in die obere rechte Ecke wo jemand stehend seinen Arm in die Höhe streckt.


a physical composition in 5 acts

The performance In An Instant investigates the immediacy of performative live events and physical encounters over the course of five acts. Inspired by the artistic works of the dancers Billie Hanne & Allen's Line, seven performers create poetic body constellations by drawing upon the radicalness and fast pace of dance, thus composing expressive images, complex metaphors and abstract stories.  


Playing times
Th 26.05 20:00 - 20:50

50 min

Admission price

10 € | 5 € reduced

Ticket notes

Tickets: inaninstant7 [at]

On stage the language used will be English, German and Spanish.
You can reach the performance via the main entrance of the Reformation Church at 35 Beusselstrasse.
There is continuous, step-free, level access from the street to the building and, if necessary, all the way to the performance hall. Please indicate if wheelchair access is needed when booking your ticket. There are no accessible parking spaces available. Wheelchair accessible restrooms are available. Space for wheelchairs or walkers is provided in the performance hall/area, and there is the option of special appropriate seating and/or early access to the hall. The performance is suitable for audiences 16 years of age and older.

Contact: Rike Flämig
Phone: 0176 2324 8153


Concept & Performance: Milena Stein, Rike Flämig, Matilde Bassetti, Marcos Nacar, Dominique Tegho, Dakota Comin & Georgia Bettens


A production in cooperation with pio_near and REFO Moabit.



In_an_instant is a collective and open structure of movers that meet once a month to share a practice of instant composition and immediate poetry. Inspired by a Performance project of dancer & poet Billie Hanne they continued to research on the relationship between movement and poetry.


Beusselstraße 35, 10553 Berlin