"So much for your freedom of choice. Now I decide and you will do as I say. Here it is: the first stone. Jesus Christ, what are you doing? I told you not to throw it. Now put your arm down. That was not my intention. Throwing stones and waving them around. Put your arm down and smile. History. Never forget history. Otherwise, in 50 years, they'll say we didn't know what we were doing. If we hadn't known better, but we do know exactly what we're doing. Now pick up the stone again and put it over here. Here, where I'm standing. Looks nice, doesn't it? And how does it feel to be part of something big?"
On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the fall of the German wall and reunification, Maria Milisavljevic confronts the audience with a self-proclaimed representative who has the intention to build a (no) wall. With cuttingly precise language and an analytical eye, she presents the thought patterns and ideological rhetoric that make it possible to build walls again and again, and also shows us our own limits in thinking. A political play for young people, which makes us painfully aware that the erection of walls is no unique historical event, but has lost nothing of its current explosive power.
Das schaffen wir! Oder: Einer hat die Absicht eine Mauer zu bauen.
für das Theater Regensburg
Für Kinder ab 10 Jahren
UA: 29.02.2020 · Junges Theater Regensburg · Directed by: Maria-Elena Hackbarth