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Picture: Graziela Diez
Stress by Adrian Figueroa
Picture: Graziela Diez
Picture: Graziela Diez
Stress by Adrian Figueroa
Picture: Graziela Diez
Picture: Graziela Diez
Stress by Adrian Figueroa
Picture: Graziela Diez
Picture: Graziela Diez
Stress by Adrian Figueroa
Picture: Graziela Diez
Picture: Graziela Diez
Stress by Adrian Figueroa
Picture: Graziela Diez
Picture: Graziela Diez
Stress by Adrian Figueroa
Picture: Graziela Diez
Picture: Graziela Diez
Stress by Adrian Figueroa
Picture: Graziela Diez
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“Stress” is based on interviews with inmates at the Berlin Juvenile Prison. The image of young male criminals presented in the media is highly distorted. Their perspective plays hardly any role at all in the idea that the society outside the prison has of them. Berlin director Adrian Figueroa looks into the rage, powerlessness and longings of the young men that he conversed with over months. In their life stories, caught between radical refusal and the total desire to fit in, they relentlessly talk about what’s wrong: with themselves and with society. On the basis of the interviews, Figueroa developed together with the dramaturge Tunçay Kulaoğlu and the choreographer Kadir “Amigo” Memis texts and movements that will be brought to the stage of HAU3.
Trailer "Stress"
Past dates
December 2017
German
approx. 75 min
Direction
Adrian Figueroa
Texts
Adrian Figueroa, Tunçay Kulaoğlu
Choreography
Kadir "Amigo" Memiş
Stage
Irina Schicketanz
Music
Ketan Bhatti
Video
Philipp Figueroa
Lights
Eva G. Alonso
Costume
Malena Modeer
Dramaturgy
Tunçay Kulaoğlu
With
Nyamandi Adrian, Lukas Steltner, Hasan Taşgın, Paul Wollin
Executive producer
Monica Ferrari - M.i.C.A Movement in contemporary art
Assistance to the director
Lea Langenfelder
Hospitanz
Dandan Liu, Edith Kaupp Rivadeneira
Stage construction
Lichtblick Bühnentechnik
Production management at JSA Berlin
Sibylle Arndt - aufBruch KUNST GEFÄNGNISSTADT
Production assistant at JSA Berlin
Francesca Spisto
Premiere 08 December 2017
Production: Adrian Figueroa. Co-production: HAU Hebbel am Ufer.    Funded by the Capital Cultural Fund. Supported by: aufBruch KUNST GEFÄNGNIS STADT and Theaterhaus Berlin-Mitte.