27 Juli 2016 | 21 Uhr
WERKSTATTBÜHNE 003 | Theaterhaus Berlin Mitte
Relincho is a documentary solo performance about identity and desire. Through a humorous analysis of the history of contemporary thought, a physical regression occurs in the sake of unravel all the traumas-taboo of my genealogy and my own personal story. Castration complex, anti-Oedipus and my grandmother's sexual adventures in a village of Jaen, Spain, live together in a space time continuum. Is desire a construction or a delirium? Is our identity which lead us to the object of desire or is desire which conform our identity?
„Dream. I'm sitting on Freud's divan and between line and line of cocaine, he explains to me that when Hamlet said „to be or not to be“ what he really meant was „to have or not to have“. Phallus“
Language: Spanish. Duration: 50 min.
Written and Performed by Carmen Meinhof
Directed by Valeria Germain
Animation Design: Oscar Martín
Video Guests Artists: Julia Metzger-Traber and Tomeu Blanch
Eintritt: 8 - 10 € sliding scale | Abendkasse ab 20:30 Uhr
Ticket- Reservierung: 030 - 2804 1967 |
Theaterhaus Berlin Mitte | Wallstraße 32 - Haus C | 10179 Berlin
U2 Märkisches Museum | U8 Heinrich-Heine-Strasse
Graphic Design: Oscar Martín | Fotos: Gloria G. Duran