About Communication, Empathy and Toothbrushes

Two female artists dig under the surface of human behavior and take you on a tightrope walk where there is no right or wrong. In a composition of juggling, dance and physical theater, they get to the point, for which often no words can be found.

With a table and few props, the performers tell the story of a relationship. The two women, played by Ruth Biller and Melanie Möhrl, seem to be made for each other. They sensitively begin to set up a life for two, which also includes brushing their teeth. With the routine of everyday life, however, the harmony between them begins to get lost more and more.

Duration: 70 minutes

That´s what our audience says

I've never seen the combination of circus arts with an honest, touching and deep story about a human relationship!
So compact, so much is in there! As well as much I like what is going on in your faces.
Nicole Metzger
Theater Spielraum
Predicate: Recommended! Entertaining and touching, this wonderfully choreographed
circus theater piece playfully deals with the subject of "relationship".
Miriam Strasser
Performing Artist
It was amazing and I was really impressed -
I haven't seen such great theater for a long time!
Holger Schober-Dufek
Actor and Festival Director

 

Creation and acting
Ruth Biller, Melanie Möhrl

Outside Eye
Maria Sendlhofer

Music
Philipp Schörghuber

Costumes
Sarah Kučica

Light design
Clara Zeiszl

Advice
Lisa Kollmer, Miriam Strasser, Sarah und Miriam Kerneza

Special thanks to
Roswitha und Veronika Biller

Residencies
Circus Xanti
Circus re:searched 2020

 

Pictures on this site: ©Barbara Pálffy