Fisch in Dir
A Rule-Based Performance Concept for Everybody

Fisch in Dir

A piece on identities in transition, a performance concept for non-professional performers that enables them to do a professional performance – FiD is all of that.

post theater has worked with performance-manuals for professional collaborators in order to allow both a solid structure to a piece and yet freedom within the rules provided by the manual. In “FiD” for the first time non-professional performers are confronted with a performance manual. Anyone can work with this manual and create a performance about fish and themselves in transition.
Fish is a symbol for transitory states. Fish can change from herbivore to carnivore, from sweet water to seawater. Some fish can even change their sex. People often are in such transitory states – especially teenagers, or senior citizens after their retirement. Anyone who is changing his or her stable position is a good candidate to join “fish in you”.

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Premiere and Touring

Premiere of the first version was in Lübeck in 2014, additional versions were presented in Kaliningrad (RU) and Lübeck in 2015 and 2016.

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Credits

Artistic directors: Marno Schulze, Max Schumacher, Hiroko Tanahashi
Video art: Hiroko Tanahashi / Yoann Trellu
Fish-masks: Marion Reddmann
Dance / choreography advisors: Maria Pyatkova, Lorenz Huber, Elisabeth Pelz
Music teacher: Jonathan Shapiro

Text, music, movement, acting, dramaturgy: the performers themselves
Project management: Marno Schulze

“fish in you” is a cooperation between Musikhochschule Lübeck (Music Conservatory Lübeck), der Musikschule der Gemeinnützigen Lübeck, KinderWege gGmbH, der Geschwister-Prenski-Schule und der Schule an der Wakenitz
Funded in part by the Federal Ministry of Education and in parts by the Possehl Foundation as well as the Musikhochschule.