Nino Haratischwili

Kokoro

 

The studio production of the HFMDK 2024

The studio production of the HFMDK 2024The studio production of the HFMDK 2024Nine characters are on a quest, wanting to arrive in life, in a home, in an image that they have of themselves. They chase unfulfilled dreams or want to fulfill others' dreams. If they succeed on one side, they crash on the other, experience disappointments, doubt decisions once made, or are faced with private struggles.

While her husband has a successful political career, Marina's desire to have children remains unfulfilled. Deborah's project of telling the world good news often forces her to turn a blind eye. Winnie engages Una in her search for her missing husband, and two people who have given each other a wide berth find an intersection. Maja would much rather attend a wedding of the English royal family than deal with her imminent birth. And then there's Frank Sinatra, who tells stories of world literature to people on the street for just a few cents. When he meets the literary scholar Leila, a conversation between like-minded people finally seems to unfold.

Nino Haratischwili wrote the play "Kokoro" in 2012 on behalf of the Saarland State Theatre. Her figures are in constant motion. It is unclear whether these are parallel lives at different ends of the world or whether all the characters live in one house and could meet in the stairwell, on the way to work or at lunch. All of them are united by the desire to achieve harmony between themselves and the world. They no longer chase after ideal images, projections and wishful thinking. But what if this option doesn't even exist? If we knew how our lives turn out and what challenges we have to face, who would perhaps decline with gratitude at the beginning?

On stage are 9 acting students from the University of Music and Performing Arts in Frankfurt. In its third year of study, the Hessisches Landestheater Marburg organizes the so-called studio production and will make a guest appearance with it at the drama school meeting in July.  

For all people from the age of 15 who are curious to get to know drama students, seek to be inspired by large ensembles and are searching with movement.

 


Shirin Ali, Olivia Salm, Rokhaya Müller, Arsalan Naimi, Lennart Klappstein, Alex Kapl, Yannick Maximilian Sturm, Anastasiia Struzhak and Larissa Voulgarelis are third-year drama students at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

In cooperation with the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main and the Hessische Theaterakademie. Supported by the Aventis and Crespo Foundation.

Premiere:

Saturday, 04.05.2024

Direction: Schirin Khodadadian
Stage: Ariella Karatolou
Costume: Nicole Zielke
Music: Johannes Winde
Sprechen: Philipp Weigand
Dramaturgy: Katrin Breschke
Theatre pedagogy: Max Linzner
Direction assistance: Florian Elias Ott
Prompting: Silke Knauff

Acting:

WinnieShirin Ali
MajaOlivia Salm
DeborahRokhaya Müller
NoaArsalan Naimi
UnaLennart Klappstein
Frank SinatraAlex Kapl
RobertYannick Sturm
MarinaAnastasiia Struzhak
LeilaLarissa Voulgarelis
ein namenloser MannSven Brormann

 

Next dates:

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  • Sa, 04.05.2024, , Premiere SUB P / SUB P* Tickets
  • Su, 05.05.2024, 19.30 Tickets
  • Th, 09.05.2024, 19.30 Tickets
  • Sa, 11.05.2024, 19.30 Tickets
  • Su, 12.05.2024, 19.30, 2 FÜR 1 Tickets
  • Sa, 18.05.2024, 19.30, Zum letzten Mal in Marburg! Tickets
 
PremiereSaturday

04.05.

SUB P / SUB P* Tickets
Sunday

05.05.

19.30 Tickets
Thursday

09.05.

19.30 Tickets
Saturday

11.05.

19.30 Tickets
2 FÜR 1Sunday

12.05.

19.30 Tickets
Zum letzten Mal in Marburg!Saturday

18.05.

19.30 Tickets
 

 

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  • Sa, 04.05.2024, , Premiere SUB P / SUB P* Tickets
  • Su, 05.05.2024, 19.30 Tickets
  • Th, 09.05.2024, 19.30 Tickets
  • Sa, 11.05.2024, 19.30 Tickets
  • Su, 12.05.2024, 19.30, 2 FÜR 1 Tickets
  • Sa, 18.05.2024, 19.30, Zum letzten Mal in Marburg! Tickets