PHOTO: © Esra Rotthoff - 2022

Verrücktes Blut

Theater Theater
In the organizer's words:
Young men with backgrounds strike fear into German society in the struggle for Western civilization. Their backgrounds are usually migrant, Muslim or uneducated, often with Turkish or Arab roots. Then these men force their wives to wear headscarves and instead of working or educating themselves, the integration refuseniks continuously father more headscarf girls. So much for the common clichés in the contemporary "integration debate." The only hope for salvation from ruin is now directed at the good old German school, i.e.: education, education, education!!!One day, a teacher gets a unique chance: she is trying to introduce her undisciplined students to Friedrich Schiller's idealistic ideas about man, when a pistol falls into her hands, a real one! She hesitates briefly, then takes her students hostage and forces them at gunpoint to step onto the school stage and perform. With this hostage-taking begins an abysmal dance of genres from thriller to comedy to melodrama and the hilarious deconstruction of all supposedly clear identities. TEASER VIEW Premiere on 22/November 2013 Crazy Blood - by Nurkan Erpulat, Jens Hillje and Jean-Paul Lilienfeld. Transferred production from Ballhaus Naunynstraße. A co-production of Ballhaus Naunynstraße and Ruhrtriennale. Freely adapted from the film La Journée da la Jupe, written and directed by Jean-Paul Lilienfeld. Performance rights: Rowohlt Theater Verlag, Reinbek bei Hamburg. Photo: Esra RotthoffStage photo: Ute Langkafel This content has been machine translated.


Maxim Gorki Theater Am Festungsgraben 2 10117 Berlin

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