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Dada kam vor Voltaire

The Story of a Cat, a Bat and some Executioners

«Dada is a whole new school of art», declared Hugo Ball on the 14th of July 1916. But Arthur Cravan, one of the most significant forerunners of Dada had another theory. Contrary to the general assumption that Dada arose in response to the First World War, we follow his belief that the roots of Dada lie in the tradtion of literary cabaret , which moved europe at the end of the 19th century. 

Dada kam vor Voltaire: The Story of a Cat, a Bat and some Executioners by the experimental theatre group Strings Attached seeks the origins of Dada and it's traces in the present. 

 

A production by Strings Attached

Sarah Bellin Direction and production 

Mark Johnson Conzept and dramaturgy

David Wylie Sound und light design

Okka Hungerbühler Artistic objects

Susanne Boner Costume

Jeffrey Young Live music

With Geraldine Dulex, Eliane Iten, Stefan Kollmuss,  Stefan "Rotchopf" Schönholzer

 

Supported by Fachstellen Kultur Kanton Zürich, Kanton Zug

Dada kam vor Voltaire

Event

Date
17.06.2016
Time
20:00 Uhr
Location
Miller's
Organizer
Miller's
Type
Theatre
Preise A: CHF 45 / 41*/30**/ 20***
*Mit Carte Blanche an der Abendkasse
**Legi, Schüler, Lehrlinge, Kulturlegi, Zürcher
Theaterverein, Theaterclub Zürich, IV
***Gönner