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There Are Too Many of Us in this Goddamn Boat
Ensemble Ballhaus Prinzenallee

A warning or a battle cry? In his collage of scenes, Visniec works with reports in the press of current flows of displaced people. Six actors with migration experience bring this furious satire to the stage. In numerous snapshots, they create images where your privileges get stuck in your throat. From the widest, most surprising array of perspective, profiteers from the crisis are presented, behind whom there are always human tragedies.


Playing times
We 25.05 20:00 - 21:15 Th 26.05 20:00 - 21:15 Fr 27.05 22:00 - 23:15 Sa 28.05 20:00 - 21:15

75 min

Admission price

12 € | 7 € reduced

Event notes

The event will be accompanied by Theaterscoutings Berlin.

A continuous, step-free and level access (incl. curb ramp) from the street to the building and to the event area with a width of at least 150 cm is available. Barrier-free sanitary facilities are also available, but there are no barrier-free parking spaces. There is space for wheelchairs or walkers in the event hall/area and there is the possibility of special suitable seat reservation and/or to enter the hall ahead of time.

The performance is recommended for audiences 12 years and older. There is no fog, no absolute darkness and no other surprising sudden changes of the stage action. German, Turkish and English are spoken on stage.

E-mail: info@ballhausprinzenallee.de


By: Matéï Vişniec
Director: Oliver Toktasch
Stage: Ayfer Ezgi Karatas
Assistant director: Nanda Gamarra
Lighting: Asli Atasoy Öner
With: Christian Bojidar, Jonas Broxtermann, Hassan Dib Aka / Queen of Virginity, Ahmet Özer, Freya Kreutzkam


Christian Bojidar

Christian Bojidar lives in Berlin and was born to a German father and a Bulgarian mother. From 2009 to 2012 he completed his acting studies at the Schauspielschule Charlottenburg in Berlin. In 2013 he staged the documentary theater performance "Trust me.

Jonas Broxtermann

Jonas Broxtermann is an actor and musician from Berlin. Since 2013 he has been performing on various theater, cabaret and circus stages. Stations were among others the Berliner Ensemble, the Landgraf Konzertdirektion, the Alte Oper Erfurt and the Nowhere Nowhere Shows in Berlin.

Hassan Dib aka Queen Of Virginity

Hassan Dib aka Queen Of Virginity is a Berlin-based performer, drag artist and co-founder of Queer Arab Barty and HERA collective as well as a member of Critical Queer Solidarity .

Ahmet Özer

Ahmet Özer was born in Izmir in 1985 and has lived in Berlin since 2020. Since 1998, he has performed in many ensembles, founded theater clubs in schools, performed plays and worked as a musician and theater teacher.

Freya Kreutzkam

Freya Kreutzkam was born in 1989 in Stadthagen. Following her study of acting in Berlin, she worked at theaters in Würzburg and Dresden and has performed a variety of roles in film and television since 2013.

Ayfer Ezgi Karataş

Born in 1990 in Samsun, Ayfer Ezgi Karataş studied stage and costume design, as well as puppet making at the Mimar Sinan University of Arts in Istanbul. During her studies, she worked on various productions at Istanbul State Opera, Istanbul State Theater and other theaters.


Ballhaus Prinzenallee

Prinzenallee 33, 13359 Berlin, Deutschland