The highest point of Bochum is the Tippelsberg. Nowhere else in this city does one feel so caught between heaven and earth as on this green slagheap, where the view over the Ruhr area opens up. This is exactly where a somewhat different kind of theater evening takes place, which unfolds its intimate magic from a few hand-picked elements: Poor theatre that needs nothing more than an actor, one spectator and imagination. At the centre of Eléonore Bonah's directorial debut are the thoughts of a young person who is about to grow up. Her once simply structured world is visibly transformed into a jungle of complicated interpersonal relationships. But what do the small-scale entanglements of everyday life mean when you look at the world from space? If you subtract everything that is unnecessary - what remains?

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  • Duration: 0:45h, no break
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