development of a play with imprisoned women at the JVA Chemnitz
The second production with imprisoned women at the JVA Chemnitz: sleepingbeauty 2.0 is a play about good and bad wished, forbidden secrets, 12 golden plates, an infinite number of roses, a sleeping beauty dress, jealousy, a bad fairy that no one wants to play, an insuperable thorn hedge, the ideal prince, a centenary sleep and the future afterwards.
The play was shown to other prisoners at the JVA Chemnitz.
Direction, development of the play: Julia Amme, Kathy Heiser
Performers: imprisoned women at the JVA Chemnitz
Who is the good soul of Prohlis?
What is on their minds?
Together with the directors Christiane Wiegand and Harry Fuhrman from Berlin, missingdots developed a table theater with and for citizens from Prohlis. During a phase of research, different citizens, initiatives, schools, youth centers, op-shops, Die Tafel e.V., etc. were interviewed about the situation in the neighborhood Prohlis. Scenes, which show everyday life in the neighborhood, were developed based on this material. The scenes were staged with interaction of acting, puppet show and object theater at the table. The audience was sitting around the table. Every scene ended with an open question to the audience, so that the people could start a conversation with each other.
Up to 25 table theater scenes were shown at different places in Prohlis.
Based on this project, the following project On the Tracks of the Giant – The Festival was developed.
Idea of concept, development of scenes, direction
Christiane Wiegand, Harry Fuhrmann
Julia Amme, Ilse Bendin, Philipp Grimm, Sven Hönig
Puppet show, object theater
Marie Bretschneider, Thomas Herbst, Dennis Katzmann
Development of a play with imprisoned women at the Prison Chemnitz
Who is my hero in life? What is my achievement? What hero would I want to be?
Heroes of the everyday world are searched and found: your colleague, your friend, your own daughter, your lawyer, the unknown person, with whom you share a heroic moment. Fictional heroes say their wishes out loud. Fighting heroes strike a pose and silent heroes get a chance to speak.
The play was shown at the Prison Chemnitz for other prisoners.
Direction and development of the play: Julia Amme, Katja Heiser
Performers: imprisoned women at the Prison Chemnitz