PHOTO: © Sandra Then / Residenztheater


In the organizer's words:

by Jordan Tannahill

translated from English by Kirstin Lea Hess and Frank Weigand

Recommended age: 13 and up

With her silent protest in front of the Swedish Parliament building in 2018, Greta Thunberg, then 15 years old, initiated a global movement. Fridays for Future strikes have now been taking place around the world for three years. Students* and young adults demonstrate for a future worth living and against inaction in the face of a climate catastrophe that is already taking place. Playwright Jordan Tannahill was inspired by Greta Thunberg's speeches for the play "Is My Micro On?" and wrote a declaration of struggle and love at the same time. 17 young women make their voices heard, address the most pressing problem of humanity and ask: At what age does political action actually begin? Can there be justice between the generations? How can each individual be convinced to stand up for the future of this world?

Artistic direction

Production Daniela Kranz
StageViva Schudt
Costumes Anna Gillis
Music Pollyester
Light Thorsten Scholz
Choreography Annerose Schmidt
Dramaturgy Sina Corsel
Theater pedagogy Linda Nerlich

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Price information:

from 8€ for students


Marstall Marstallplatz 4 80539 München

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