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Drama

The in­vi­si­ble Re­ac­tor (world pre­mie­re)

by Nils-Momme Stockmann

Directed by: Jan-Christoph Gockel

Saturday, 21/05/2022

07.30 PM

Premiere

Schauspielhaus

Abo P

Reaktor header 01

Fukushima marks a turning point in German energy policy. The facts seem clear: nothing is going to thwart the nuclear phase-out - but that’s a very German attitude towards a global political issue. First and foremost, Fukushima is a real place with very real people, all with their own personal destinies. Award-winning author Nis-Momme Stockmann has been to the area several times since the disaster. Jan-Christoph Gockel, Principal Director at the Munich Kammerspiele since last season, draws on his travels and research around the globe to produce playful, political, energy-themed drama. For the Staatstheater Nürnberg the pair are re-examining a location where not only do the tiniest of particles contain unimaginable energy but also a local catastrophe is in the process of being overlooked amidst a multitude of global perspectives.

Team

Directed by

Bühne und Kostüme

Dramaturgie

Dramaturgiesche Beratung (Japan)

Musik

Videoeditor (Deutschland)

Kamera (Deutschland)

Licht

Künstlerische Produktionsleitung

Künstlerische Produktionsleitung und Reiseleitung (Japan)

Dolmetscherin

Photos
PHOTO(S) © Konrad Fersterer

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