In the organizer's words:
"The passport is the most noble part of a human being. Nor does it come about in such a simple way as a human being."
In "Hotel Utopia" Christiane Mudra and ensemble invite the audience to a change of perspective. Equipped with passports from different countries and data based on real biographies, the audience members embark on a Kafkaesque transit space in search of recognition in a new country and encounter the challenges of the German welcome culture. Reports on the experiences of refugees and migrants are interwoven into the evening, as are background discussions with case workers and experts. On their journey through waiting areas and offices, the participants encounter stories of flight and migration and experience individual (in)freedom depending on nationality, global political situation or ranking in the "passport index".
stands for journalistic long-term research, which is primarily based on original sources and also uncovers unknown facts.
plays out the research specifically in different formats. investigative theater experiments with digital tools and seeks interaction with the audience.
After "Selfie & Ich," an evening about mental illness, meritocracy and the terror of happiness in private apartments in Neukölln, "Hotel Utopia" is the second part of a trilogy that deals with the de facto assessment of people in the "community of values."
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10.00 - 15.00€