Based on the diary of Anne Frank, which is both a contemporary witness and world literature,
and with the help of movement, projections, objects, sounds and music, the choreographer Anna Possarnig and the artist Ulrich Kaufmann created a gripping dance theater for young people and adults. The audience watches Anne Frank as she emotional state with the body on paper.
“Annefrank” allows contemporary dance to be experienced at first hand, invites a transfer of knowledge about crimes of the Second World War and sensitizes a socially critical view.
Concept & choreography: Anna Possaring
Dance: Anna Possarnig
video, projection, stage: Ulrich Kaufmann
Dramaturgical advice: Ingrid Türk-Chlapek
Choreographic assistance: Mariia Shurkhal, Eldad Ben Sasson
Music: Morton Feldman, Les Bureau Des Pianiste
Production: Lazuz (AT/IL)
A highly poetic piece, which, in addition to concrete thought impulses, nevertheless leaves a lot of room for self-interpretation.European cultural news
The strength of the production lies not only in the choreography itself, in which every single step is carefully planned. Above all, the condensation into the medium with which Anne Frank became immortal has been wonderfully successful.European cultural news