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Fri, 01 Apr




We are back in FELD Theater Berlin live on stage

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Time & Location

01 Apr 2022, 10:00

Berlin, Gleditschstraße 5, 10781 Berlin, Germany

About the Event


I never knew a thing could do so much. I never thought it was possible, but now I’m getting in touch? What can I do and can the sponge do it too? There are so many things that make me feel yellow and blue.

What things surround us? What can you do with things? And more importantly: what can things do with us? Can things actually think? Do thoughts have a thing? Do they thing?

With THINGS THING, Julia Keren Turbahn and Jan Rozman invite you into an overflowing world of things. Into a world of possibilities, in which they encounter things and things encounter them in different ways. Is that your thing? Then be part of it: in a playful performance, Julia and Jan leave room for interpretation, discovery and encounter, and invite everyone from the age of five to thing together.

Duration: approx. 55 minutes


Direction, choreography, performance: Jan Rozman, Julia Keren Turbahn

Set design: Dan Pikalo, Jan Rozman

Light design: Annegret Schalke

Sound design: Andres Bucci/Future Legend

Costume design: Tanja Pađan/Kiss the Future

Outside eye: Sanja Tropp Frühwald

Composition, Text, Vocal ‘Dinge Dingen’: Alexander Patzelt

Translation, Vocal ‘Reči, reči’: Manca Trampuš

Illustration: Matija Medved

Mentoring: Gabi Dan Droste

Production management: Sabrina Železnik

Executive production: Patricia Oldenhave

Production: Emanat

Co-production: Ljubljana Puppet Theatre

In cooperation with: FELD Theater für junges Publikum

Supported by: Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for  Culture and the Media, Ministry of Culture RS, City Municipality of Ljubljana

THINGS THING  is made possible by the residency at the FELD Theatre within the framework of the pilot project Residency Funding for Dance 2020/2021 of the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe

Development of the accompanying poster funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media in the program NEUSTART KULTUR, Support Program DIS-TANZEN of the Dachverband Tanz Deutschland.

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