Mon

22.4.

20:30
Heather Frasch + Parallax | Zacarias Maia | Sophie Watzlawick + Marcello S. Busato

Sat

4.5.

Sat

18.5.

20:00 Premiere
Rodrigo Zorzanelli

Sun

19.5.

19:00
Rodrigo Zorzanelli

Thu

27.6.

20:00 Premiere
Klara Kirsch | Milena Bühring | Enrico Bordieri

Fri

28.6.

20:00
Klara Kirsch | Milena Bühring | Enrico Bordieri

Sat

29.6.

20:00
Klara Kirsch | Milena Bühring | Enrico Bordieri

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The Eating Show

Hang Su

Three vocalists cook up a culinary experience from the internet healing phenomena Eating Show (Muk-bang) and ASMR, spiced with a global social problem: racially motivated violence against Asians, from the 20th century to current Asian Hate by COVID-19. With a fusion sound cuisine of internet cult, experimental vocal music and Asian world music, the piece shows the unheard perspectives of  Asians and invites the audience to question their own role in the post-migrant society.

Hang Su is a composer of new music. He works on performative projects and experiments with new forms of musical theater.

 

N O T E:
The play addresses anti-Asian violence and is therefore recommended for audiences 16 and older.

Past Dates
  • Mar 10, 2023
  • Mar 11, 2023
  • Mar 12, 2023

Tickets

15 | 10 Euros
For online tickets, 10% presale fee and 2,- Euro service fee are charged in addition to the basic ticket price by the provider Reservix.

Duration

80 minutes

Language

German

Performance

Karera Fujita, Ludwig Obst, Hang Su

Music, Plot, Direction

Hang Su

Co-Direction, Dramaturgy

Sören Zweiniger

Video

Yoann Trellu, Matthias Erian

Sound director

Victor Moïse

Stage, Costumes

Marion Reddmann

Light design

Fabian Bleisch

Project mentor

Max Schumacher

Production

Mario Stumpfe

 
With many thanks for support to Victoria Kure-Wu, Weina Zhao and Podcast Asia Diaspora and www.ichbinkeinvirus.org.
 
A production by Hang Su in cooperation with Ballhaus Ost. Supported by the Hauptstadtkulturfonds, the City of Leipzig, the Bezirkskulturamt Pankow Berlin and the Kulturstiftung des Freistaats Sachsen – the measure is co-financed by tax funds on the basis of the budget passed by the Saxon Parliament.

 
Ballhaus Ost Mediencooperation: taz