The IASS Potsdam and the Youth Theater Workshop in Spandau would like to invite you to a unique public theatrical performance on October 29, 2013, at 8 p.m. This freely accessible installation is located in the basement of the Kreuzberg Umspannwerk (electric distribution station).
HOW MUCH SOIL DOES A STEAK NEED?
HOW MUCH SOIL IS IN A PORCELAIN TEACUP?
HOW MUCH SOIL IS AVAILABLE FOR ME?
During the international Global Soil Week which is organsed by the IASS Potsdam from October 27 through 31, 2013 in Berlin, theater director Carlos Manuel will stage a critical performance addressing the looming issues of soil and sustainability, with twelve Berlin amateur actors, aged between sixteen and seventy.
In the theatre performance UnterGrundSzenen (UnderGroundScenes), the everyday-life artists will provide a live embodiment of what soil concretely has to do with them, their living conditions and their experiences, and put forward some very personal questions on soil and sustainability.
Please join the IASS Potsdam and the artists in an inspiring performance and artistic presentation on the issue of soil.
For a number of years now, Carlos Manuel has been developing theatrical interventions together with everyday-life experts on current political issues to accompany major events.
October 29, 2013
Starting at 8 p.m.
Entry free of charge