Spaaaß! (for Teenies)Interactive play
01 / 03
Who decides what’s funny …?
What is fun for the kids in 5th and 6th grade is not necessarily the same as for the older kids from year 7 onwards. The younger, pre-teen age groups have different things on their mind than teenagers, they laugh at different jokes, speak a different language and identify with different characters. And often they also don’t fancy going to the theatre together. Because of this, Theater Strahl offers the interactive play “Spaaaß!”, which addresses the issue of bullying, in two different versions:
Spaaaß! (for Teenies) from year 7 onwards
Spaaaß! (for Keenies) year 5 and 6
Both plays have the same basic story: The kids are waiting for their sports teacher to arrive. The conversation meanders from trainer brands to who is going out with whom. When the teacher arrives, one of the boys has girly hair clips on. That’s really funny!
FREEZE! The facilitator interrupts the play for the audience to question the characters about their motives and to make suggestions as to what should happen next. In dialogue with the audience the actors escalate conflicts, improvise, discuss different courses of action and develop alternative solutions.
Premiere: 03/ 2011
By: Christian Giese und Ensemble
Cooperation: Mobbing Beratung Berlin-Brandenburg e.V.
Direction: Christian Giese
Costume: Mandy Kiefer/Kaye Tai
Yvonne Yung Hee Bormann
Program + Tickets
|Tuesday 26.10. → 11:00 h||ab 8. Kl.||Kulturhaus Schöneberg (Probebühne)||
Tuesday 26.10. → 11:00 h
|Wednesday 27.10. → 11:00 h||ab 8. Kl.||Kulturhaus Schöneberg (Probebühne)||
Wednesday 27.10. → 11:00 h
|Thursday 28.10. → 11:00 h||5.-7. Kl.||Kulturhaus Schöneberg (Probebühne)||
Thursday 28.10. → 11:00 h
|Tuesday 30.11. → 11:00 h||ab 8. Kl.||Kulturhaus Schöneberg (Probebühne)||
Tuesday 30.11. → 11:00 h
|Wednesday 01.12. → 11:00 h||ab 8. Kl.||Kulturhaus Schöneberg (Probebühne)||
Wednesday 01.12. → 11:00 h
„An exciting, carefully prepared production that is important in so many ways.”
„The boundary between stage and audience becomes blurred and, without seeming rehearsed or contrived, and even with all the interruptions, a cohesive story emerges, thanks to the cast’s fantastic talent for improvisation and facilitation. … Our verdict: a visit to a Theater Strahl performance is time well spent.”