Three friends at the junkyard – amid all sorts of rusty, useless things. Like the leftover garbage, the three are simply just there: without an agenda or intention – between boredom and pleasant idleness. The longer they hang around in this seemingly pointless situation the more they become aware of the hidden treasures that have collected at this place: Is this tin can really useless? Is that wheel back there really worn out? Could this lid bring the steel cable back to life? What does that box over there sound like? Is this piece of junk looking at me right now?
SCHROTT [JUNK] is a performative installation, a playful search for traces, an exploration of materials, an object theater, and a sound laboratory for all of our visitors 1.5 years+ and their attendants. Our young audience enters into a space full of possibilities and can watch and be amazed. The pieces of junk tell different stories, while the rugged and craggy room takes on a magical poetry.
In their fourth theater production for young people theater.nuu sets forth with their audience on a musical-sensual expedition into a magical world where everyday things become special in an individual experience. The three performers take an unbiased look at the possibilities of apparently useless things and reveal a utopian world in a dialogue with the visitors. But do the three friends want to stay at the junkyard forever?
IDEA / DIRECTION: Sarah Gaderer, Laura-Lee Röckendorfer
PLAY: Sarah Gaderer, Manuel Riegler, Laura-Lee Röckendorfer
COSTUMES: Theresa Prammer
INSTALLATION: Severin Gombocz, Thomas Günzel
MUSIC: Matthäus Bär, Manuel Riegler
TEXT: Matthäus Bär, Stefan Wipplinger
DRAMATURGY: Markus Zett