Schlachthaus Bern


MI

28.1.2015

20:00h


DO

29.1.2015

20:00h


FR

30.1.2015

20:00h




Roxy Birsfelden

Tickets 061 313 60 98


MI

05.11.2014

20:00h


DO

06.11.2014

20:00h


FR

07.11.2014

20:00h




Alte Markthalle Basel


MI

28.05.2014
Premiere

20:00h

ausverkauft


FR

30.05.2014

20:00h


DI

03.06.2014

20:00h


MI

04.06.2014

20:00h


DO

05.06.2014

20:00h


FR

06.06.2014

20:00h


SA

07.06.2014

20:00h


Sons

A production of Volksbühne Basel in Co-production with Roxy Birsfelden



In front of the sound-scenery of passing by trains five men meet coincidently at a

sandwich bar in nowhere land. They fell out of time; all are on their way through. Out

of hesitance the men drive from an inner monologue to conversation. They talk about

their emergence, lost, hindrance, from the frontiers that restrict their life and their

struggle for chance! For this short time the sandwich bar becomes their centre of the

world. What unites them is the immigration from a village to a city, from one country

to another, by choice or force. It is a fundamental experience of our time - stories that

are heavy to sustain but their self-claim is their little refugee.



Cast

Direction & Text: Anina Jendreyko

Play: (Jean) Nadim Jarrar, (Stani) Robert Baranowski, (Memo) Orhan Müstak

Music: Haki Kilic, Delchad Ahmad 

Production management: Pascal Moor

Assistant director: Marie Jeger

Set design: Pia Gehriger

Prop: Özlem Yilmaz

Costumes: Cornelia Peter 

Technical Manager: Michael Jann

Graphic: Thomas Dillier

Photos: Christian Muhrbeck, Dominik Labhardt


Press

....with her play „Sons“ the actress and theatre directress in Basel, Anina Jendreyko,

succeeds in showing a subtle and dramatic stage presentation, which leads our view

behind crumbling definitions of culture and migrations... Memo explodes in a scene

which could write theatre history when he fights with a cieling lamp, but he must take

as well as it is in life....

Annette Mahro, Badische Zeitung 30.Mai 2014-06-11

 

 

.....Much more than cultural rooted traditions we see the experiences and formative

influences by ancestors and parents. It tells about passions and love and the big

questions of life, which have no origin in nationality. To listen to these men, whose

stories suddenly touch and overlap each other, makes the world perceptible as a

permanently changing creation out of dreams, history and fiction.....

Kaa Linder, SFR/Swiss Television and Radio Station - Kultur 3. Juni 2014

 

 

 


Sponsors

Swisslosfonds Basel-Stadt

Swisslosfonds Basellandschaft

Stanley Thomas Johnson Stiftung

Stiftung Edith Maryon

GGG, Basel

Stiftung bmu

Futurum Stiftung

 

Unterstützer:

Antikenmuseum Basel

R. Salathé Getränkehandlung

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