An artistic experiential walk in search of the lost home.
LANDPARTIE has been an event of Schloss Bröllin for many years, involving people from the Uecker-Randow valley and taking them on a journey together with the audience. By bus, train, car, carriage or on foot, they go out into the fresh air to explore nature and places in a new way, to get to know people from the region and to exchange ideas with each other. For LANDPARTIE 2023, Schloss Bröllin is again cooperating with Theater Grotest Maru, which also realized LANDPARTIE 2020 - between church and bus stop with local participation.
The Landpartie 2023 revolves around historical and current migration through job search or war and invites the audience to a 3-hour adventure hike around Schloss Bröllin. On the way there is a lot to discover: Scenes in the distance and near alternate with search for traces in the terrain. Music and texts are broadcast via headphones. Walking together and looking out over the open field will give rise to encounters.
What and where is our home? Where do we come from? Where do we want to go? Where are we flying to?
The performance will take place on September 23rd 2023 at and around Schloss Bröllin
free Entrance, outdoor
Artistic Director Ursula Maria Berzborn Dramaturgy Tom Mustroph, Ulrike Sebert Projections/(Visual-)
Dramaturgy Hanna Zimmermann Costume Design Kathrin Hegedüsch Music/Music Dramaturgy/Audio Editing Milena Kipfmüller & Klaus Jannek - souding
situations Choreography Ursula Maria Berzborn & Ensemble Performance Catia de Almeida Santos,
Ana Carbia, Clara Gracia, Abel Navarro, Anna Vilhelmiina Peltola, Sergio Serrano, Birgit Wieger Local Performers n.N. Production management Christin Eckart
Production Assistance Anna Vilhelmiina Peltola, Birgit Wieger Public Relations Anna Vilhelmiina Peltola, Birgit Wieger
Workshops Catia de Almeida Santos, Kathrin Hegedüsch , Anna Vilhelmiina Peltola, Sergio Serrano, Birgit Wieger Technical Support Sergio Serrano in Cooperation with Schloss bröllin
e.V. supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste
with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media within the program NEUSTART KULTUR and with funds from the Ministry of Science, Culture, Federal and European Affairs of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and the district of
IN COOPERATION WITH