Eins Zwei Drei

Staging:
Martin Zimmermann
2018

With:
Tarek Halaby, Dimitri Jourde, Romeu Runa, Colin Vallon

Credits Tour Press

In the play Eins Zwei Drei Martin Zimmermann stages a trio against the backdrop of an ultra modern museum. The work is dedicated to the central question of how a clown can be understood and staged in contemporary theatre today. Today’s society is broken down into three figures: the white clown, August and the crazy third “contre-pitre”. The confused relationship of the vain, educated and know-it-all White Clown, the warm-hearted August and the punk “contre-pitre” reflects the whole complexity, poetry and violence of today’s relationships and power struggles. The museum as a venue symbolizes the mirror of society. It is a neutral place, with its own system of values. Everyone knows how to behave and obeys the rules. But “contre-pitre” confuses everything. It stands for freedom, anarchy and creativity. In Eins Zwei Drei the three virtuoso dancers and actors Tarek Halaby, Dimitri Jourde and Romeau Runa merge with the piano sounds of the pianist Colin Vallon and the spectacular stage design to a total work of art.

Credits

Duration: 1h30
Genre: Dance / Theater / Circus / Music
Age limit: 12 years

Concept, direction, choreography and costumes: Martin Zimmermann
Created with and interpreted by: Tarek Halaby, Dimitri Jourde, Romeu Runa, Colin Vallon
Music creation: Colin Vallon Dramaturgy: Sabine Geistlich
Set design: Martin Zimmermann, Simeon Meier
Development stage, technical coordination:
Ingo Groher
Sound design: Andy Neresheimer
Light design: Jérôme Bueche
Artistic collaboration: Eugénie Rebetez
Assistant director: Sarah Büchel
Creation stage manager: Roger Studer
Construction decor:
Ingo Groher Ateliers du Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne
Painting: Michèle Rebetez-Martin
Costumes confection: Katharina Baldauf Doris Mazzella
Stage manager: Roger Studer / Jan Olislagers
Light direction: Jérôme Bueche / Sarah Büchel
Sound direction:
Andy Neresheimer / Franck Bourgoin
Technical administrator: Sarah Büchel
Photographs:
Augustin Rebetez
Communication:
MZ Atelier
Bookkeeping: Conny Heeb
Production management: Alain Vuignier
International producer:
Claire Béjanin

Production: MZ Atelier
Coproduction: Biennale de la danse de Lyon 2018 • Kaserne Basel • Le Volcan, scène nationale du Havre • Les 2 Scènes, scène nationale de Besançon • Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg • Maillon, Théâtre de Strasbourg – Scène européenne • Maison de la Culture de Bourges / Scène Nationale • Scène Nationale du Sud-Aquitain • Nebia – Biel / Bienne • Théâtre de la Ville, Paris • Theater Casino Zug • Theater Chur • Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne • Zürcher Theater Spektakel

With the support of: Ernst Göhner Foundation • Cultural funds – Société Suisse des Auteurs (SSA) • Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation • Corymbo Foundation

With special thanks to: IG Rote Fabrik • Theater Neumarkt, Zürich

Final rehearsals at the Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne
Premiere: April 24, 2018, Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne

Martin Zimmermann is supported by a cooperative funding agreement with the Culture Department City of Zurich, Department of Culture Canton Zurich and Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council.

Martin Zimmermann is Associated Artist at Tanzhaus Zürich.

Estimated duration: 1h30
Genre: Dance / Theater / Circus / Music
Age limit: 12 years

Tour

2021

  • Orléans F 05.20 – 05.21 Scène Nationale d'Orléans
  • Sevilla E 03.12 – 03.13 Teatro Central

2020

  • Baden CH 11.11 Kurtheater Baden
  • Göteborg S 08.28 – 08.29 Gothenburg Dance and Theater Festival — Stora Theater
  • Sibiu RO 06.12 – 06.13 Sibiu Theater Festival
  • Porto P 04.03 – 04.04 Teatro Municipal do Porto — Campo Alegre
  • Viseu P 03.31 Teatro Viriato
  • Guimarães P 03.27 Centro Cultural Vila Flor
  • Sevilla E 03.20 – 03.21 Teatro Central
  • Marseille F 03.03 – 03.04 Le ZEF, scène nationale de Marseille
  • Stuttgart D 02.28 – 02.29 Theaterhaus Stuttgart
  • Chur CH 01.23 – 01.24 Theater Chur

2019

  • Poitiers F 12.18 – 12.21 TAP — Théâtre & Auditorium de Poitiers, scène nationale
  • Zürich CH 11.08 – 11.11 Maag Halle
  • Ferrara I 11.02 – 11.03 Teatro Comunale di Ferrara
  • Brive F 10.12 – 10.13 L’Empreinte, scène nationale Brive / Tulle
  • Saint-Brieuc F 10.08 – 10.09 La Passerelle, scène nationale de Saint-Brieuc
  • Düssledorf D 09.12 – 09.15 Düsseldorf Festival – Tanzhaus nrw
  • Napoli I 06.15 – 06.16 Napoli Teatro Festival Italia — Teatro Mercadante
  • Nice F 06.05 – 06.07 Théâtre National de Nice
  • Bergen NO 05.28 – 05.30 Bergen International Festival
  • Bayonne F 05.21 – 05.22 Scène nationale du Sud-Aquitain — Théâtre Quintaou
  • Châteauroux F 05.11 – 05.12 Equinoxe — Scène nationale de Châteauroux
  • Bourges F 04.02 – 04.03 Maison de la Culture de Bourges / Scène Nationale
  • Besançon F 03.19 – 03.22 Les Deux Scènes, scène nationale de Besançon
  • Paris F 02.20 – 02.24 Théâtre de la Ville Paris
  • Le Havre F 01.29 – 01.30 Le Volcan — scène nationale du Havre
  • Luxembourg LU 01.15 – 01.16 Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg
  • Maubeuge F 01.10 – 01.11 Le Manège, scène nationale de Maubeuge

2018

  • Bienne CH 12.06 – 12.08 Nebia Biel / Bienne
  • Basel CH 11.29 – 12.01 Kaserne Basel
  • Strasbourg F 11.20 – 11.23 Maillon-Théâtre de Strasbourg / scène européenne
  • Zug CH 10.26 – 10.27 Theater Casino
  • Lyon F 09.28 – 04.30 La Biennale de la danse de Lyon 2018 — TNP Villeurbanne
  • Helsinki FI 08.18 – 08.19 Helsinki Festival – Kansallisteatteri
  • Lausanne CH 04.25 – 05.08 Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne
  • Lausanne CH 04.24 PREMIERE • Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne
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