sponsored by Hauptstadtkulturfonds, Schering Foundation and der Rudolf Augstein Foundation
Vehicles of public transport are stages of drama and present a microcosm of urban life - as in LONELY HEARTS BUS TOUR, a journey into the lonely heart of Berlin. Opera Lab Berlin’s bus trip responds to the rapid changes that the city is undergoing, focusing in particular on the area of the festival area in Berlin-Mitte and its transformation from a lively oasis of alternative culture to the monotonous shop window of the global brand Berlin. Electronic beats (the melancholic heartbeat of the city) give the pulse of this cardiogram, which, by sound, noises, pictures and texts, leads into Berlin's lonely heart and the lonely hearts of Berlin.
September 21st 17:00 opening night / September 22nd 13:00* and 16:30 / September 23rd 16:00 and 18:00
The number of seats is limited. Please reserve your free tickets at firstname.lastname@example.org! Two tickets per person. Any remaining tickets will be available on the door.
The performance lasts approximately one hour and is in English.
*performance with video documentation (possible interruptions and repeats)
With generous support from the
Koppenplatz 2, 10115 Berlin-Mitte
Audience members are invited to visit the Mojavari Gallery before and after performances.
Composition and Libretto: Evan Gardner
Direction, Libretto and Stage Design: Michael Höppner
Musical Direction: Antoine Daurat
Costume Design: Isabelle Kaiser
Lights: Gustav Kleinschmidt
Video: Nastasja Keller
Makeup: Martin Rink
Constructions: Lenny Christian Hinum
Assistant Direction: Anna-Sophie Weber
Production Management: Laila Kühle
with Gina May Walter (soprano), Alba Gentili-Tedeschi (keyboards), Shin-Joo Morgantini (flute), Antoine Daurat and Georg Bochow