"Zoom seems like a bad thing. (Close but far, human but square, normal but exhausting....)
So we start from Zoom. And we feel awkward. Like it’s a substitute that we’re trying to make ours, to believe this is not just a sex doll. (Because it’s not)
We want to make it bearable. Not just bearable. Cozy. And nice.
Now, stay with us: maybe it’s a metaphor of Europe. Or the EU. The universal language of Europe has this awkward quality, like it’s a substitute. Focus on it not being virtual. The opposite of Matrix - there is a spoon. There is a spoon.
The European Ensemble
consists of six young actors - two of them from Germany and Poland, three from Croatia. They're invited to create their own vision of Europe."Tickets can be purchased hereFunded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation. A coproduction of Schauspiel Stuttgart, Nowy Teatr, Warsaw and Zagreb Youth Theatre (Zagrebačko kazalište mladih).