Photo: Robert Schittko
The Berlin theatre collective Rimini Protokoll has designed a multimedia conference. They spend 1,440 minutes, day after day in the multiple parallel worlds of this interconnected metropolis. Together, they spin a narrative encompassing 24 hours, through their life in the city, through public and private places of encounter, through meeting and work, through places of retreat, loneliness and exclusivity. In the process, the theatre becomes an intimate interface, propagating stories that otherwise remain intangible and untold in the no man's land of digital space. With the world premier of »1.440 Szenen für eine Stadt wie Frankfurt«, the Mousonturm and the Schauspiel Frankfurt continue the co-initiated and produced series in the Bockenheimer Depot.

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Bockenheimer Depot
directed by
Helgard Haug

With
Christian Hempel, Benjamin Jürgens, Bijan Kaffenberger

music
Barbara Morgenstern

stage
Mascha Mazur

video
Marc Jungreithmeier

dramaturgy
Cornelius Puschke

Dramaturgy Künstlerhaus Mousonturm
Anna Wagner

research
Meret Kiderlen

Production Künstlerhaus Mousonturm
Olivia Ebert

Production Rimini Protokoll / Touring
Juliane Männel

Assistence Christian Hempel
Stefan Schliephake

product assistance
Desislava Tsoneva