no apocalypse not now Music by LABOUR | 2019

In his new performance that takes the title from an essay written by Jacques Derrida, Ariel Efraim Ashbel offers an exuberant, critical and equally hopeful take on the question of the world’s end. Investigating apocalyptic culture through a myriad of perspectives, the show envisions and dwells in new worlds unveiling the potentials and aesthetics of a reality after human kind. The performance proposes a revelation: joy without nihilism, optimism without compliance, and fun without irony.

director: Ariel Efraim Ashbel
research and concept: Romm Lewkowicz
by and with: Jessica Gadani, Cassie Augusta Jørgensen, Tatiana Saphir, and Sarah Thom
music: Colin Hacklander / Farahnaz Hatam (of LABOUR)
choir: Singschul’ der Oper Graz (Singing School of the Opera Graz)
stage: Eli Petel
costumes: Sandra Fink
light: Joseph Wegmann
dramaturgy: Petra Poelzl
assistant director: Katharina Joy Book
design assistant: Klara Mand
press: Wayra Scheubel
production: björn & björn
Thanks to: Callie’s Berlin

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