12 Sisters

A stageplay with music, loosely based on A. Chekhov

With the last tea-drops dripping from the samovar, three dada-inspired gentlemen turn to their piano and accordion, revealing some uncomfortable truths: together they have twelve sisters! We might have known: Irina, Olya and Masha actually have their home in rural Hesse, Baden and Brandenburg. For these places hold the three Gentlemen's childhood memories: tales from a Thousand and One Nights and basic material for one of the most bizarre family constellation therapies ever seen on stage: failing with a smile, rending your heart and capturing your ears.

As the piece is quite language based, it is most suitable for German speaking audiences.