In the organizer's words:

Play development by Marie Jordan, Romy Weyrauch and ensemble

Into the fray until the body shakes and the hut burns! Let's really argue about what arguing actually is.

People argue everywhere: on TV, at home, on the internet, with friends, with and between parents or with teachers. But how does good arguing work - and is it even possible? Romy Weyrauch and Marie Jordan have collected reports of arguments from young people and the ensemble and bring them to the stage: When does an argument suddenly turn into bullying? What are fun fights? How can we talk about how arguments are experienced at home? And which political issues should be argued about more? - In their production, doors are slammed, groups clash, a chorus of rage or a drama show is created and apologies are made for all they're worth.

Romy Weyrauch, Marie Jordan and the ensemble go through various experiences of arguing and advocate arguing as a fun cultural practice that means encounters between people and understands different points of view and perceptions not as opposing each other, but as working together.

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Theater an der Parkaue Parkaue 29 10367 Berlin

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