Somewhere else is just a little further (5+)
A theatrical road movie |
Inspired by the book "The Girl on the Motorcycle" Text by Amy Novesky |
Paris 1973. One day a girl gets onto a motorcycle and rides off. She wears only what she needs: a helmet, goggles, a leather jacket. In her saddlebags are a pen, a sharp knife, a blank book, lipstick, a beautiful white dress, a hammer.
A little voice tells her: It's too dangerous! Another voice says: Be quiet, listen to the road. And she does. She circles the Arc de Triomphe. She waves goodbye to the Eiffel Tower. And then she rides away across the world. Twenty thousand kilometers, four months. Alone.
With music, objects and shadows, two players tell the story of a courageous girl who takes off into the distance and finds herself.
Text and direction: Cindy Ehrlichmann
Acting:Friederike Alphei, Iduna Hegen
Set Design: Gwendolyn Noltes
Composition: Friederike Alphei
Dramaturgy: Dagmar Domrös
Assistant Director: Michaela Millar
Production Management: Julie Peters
Set Construction: Ewald Otto
Internship: Helena McBurney
Marketing: Maria Hetzer, Rike Nölting
»The Girl on the Motorcycle« is used by permission of Amy Novesky, c/o Andrea Brown Literary Agency, Inc. All rights reserved.
Supported by the Senate Department of Culture.