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Der Morgen kann warten
Aktuell | Tue. 29. October 20.00 Uhr

Don't we deserve grand human projects that give us meaning?

Visual theatre

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Susi Claus and Peter Müller (Theater Handgemenge)

Tomorrow Can Wait (Der Morgen kann warten)

a surreal piece of shadow theater

"Tomorrow Can Wait" is the story of an old man, who should  go to sleep. But he doesn't want to. He is afraid his soul might leave his body if he closes his eyes in the darkness. So, night for night, he fights to stay awake by rekindling old memories. And exasperating his neighbors in the process. But Herr Peterman is by no means finished with life; au contraire, there is  so much more he would like to experience. And since it is never too late for an adventure, he departs his home one night by the light of the moon in his self-made "bed-mobil." He see the most astonishing things, crosses paths with both old friends and new creatures. And experiences a rush of emotions like never before. Oh whatta night!

Das Theater Handgemenge zählt mit der fantasievollen Verbindung von Figuren- und Objekttheater, Clownerie, Musik und Schauspiel zu den interessantesten Theatergruppen Deutschlands. Peter Müller hat das Theater Handgemenge nach seinem Studium an der HfS „Ernst Busch“ Berlin 1990 mitgegründet und ist seitdem als Spieler und Manager des Ensembles tätig. Susi Claus war nach dem Abschluss ihres Studiums an der HfS „Ernst Busch“ Berlin an verschiedenen Theatern engagiert. Seit 2017 spielt sie in mehreren Produktionen des Theaters Handgemenge mit.


Video

Idea, concept, production, Actors: Susi Claus and Peter Müller
Director:
Stefan Wey
Stage design:
Peter Müller, Christian Werdin
Projections, light, sound:
Peter Müller
Puppets:
Christian Werdin
Foto:
Jörg Metzner
Special thanks to Marie Feldt, Maike Techen, Julia Dabbert and Jeff Burrell

Durations: 70 Min.

A Coproduction with T-Werk Potsdam, Schaubude Berlin and Theater Vorpommern GmbH

Supported by Landeshauptstadt Potsdam