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Picture: Atia Trofimoff
Nazisupermenschen sind euch allen überlegen by Showcase Beat Le Mot
Picture: Atia Trofimoff
Picture: Atia Trofimoff
Nazisupermenschen sind euch allen überlegen by Showcase Beat Le Mot
Picture: Atia Trofimoff
Picture: Atia Trofimoff
Nazisupermenschen sind euch allen überlegen von Showcase Beat Le Mot
Picture: Atia Trofimoff
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Logo of the Hebbel am Ufer

Showcase Beat Le Mot

Nazisupermenschen sind euch allen überlegen

The Horror of the Ordinary!

After an extensive tour the Nazi superhumans are coming back to HAU and are employing a choir so that they may continue to travel on their voices. The choir is supposed to sing Wagner, but it can only sing Verdi. The Nazi superhumans’ rallying cry is to make space – and their need for fresh air and open space is stronger than any hatred. Since there are ways everywhere, the have to get everything out of the way.
Past dates
August 2014, October 2014, December 2014, January 2018
4.+7.1. German / 5.+6.1. English
120-180 min.
Idea, Concept, Setting
Showcase Beat Le Mot
Music
SCBLM, Albrecht Kunze, Mika, Shokkamocca
Choreography
SCBLM, Minako Seki
Costumes
SCBLM, Tanja Jesek Bauten: Atia Trofimoff, Christian Wenzel
Video
Alexej Tschernyi, Atia Trofimoff
She Wolf Sharon
Sharon Smith
König Arthouse
Mat Hand
Thanks to
Erik Kühmstedt, Pawel Chojecki, Jule Bischoff, Martin Kaltwasser, Clemens Leander, Theater an der Parkaue, Kater Blau
Assistance
Johanna Thomas
Production Management
Olaf Nachtwey
Technical Director
Patrick Tucholski
Lightdesign
Sebastian Zamponi, Claes Schwennen, Klaus Dust
Video
Fine Freiberg
Stage
Jachya Freeth, Jan Hoffmann, Michael Bauer, Steff Klug
Sounddesign
Torsten Schwarzbach
Apprentice
Frieder Neumann
A production of Showcase Beat Le Mot in co-produktion with the Holzmarkt and HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Supported by the Hauptstadtkulturfonds. The re-run is funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe
A production of Showcase Beat Le Mot in co-production with the Holzmarkt and HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Supported by the Hauptstadtkulturfonds.
 The re-run is funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.