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Nothing in Sight
by Jens Rehn

Theater Drachengasse, Vienna
Directed by Nicolas Dabelstein
2006
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photos: andreas friess/ contrast
After a novel by Jens Rehn
»At Theater Drachengasse, Raum Bar&Co, two extraordinary powerful actors – Steffen Höld and Christian Stasser – act in a coherent setting by Johannes Leitgeb. A spell-binding, thought-provoking evening.«
Wiener Zeitung, January 2006

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»A huge net is hanging from the ceiling, but it is seldom used by the two as a not exactly seaworthy rubber boat surrogate. The bar at the other side of the room is much more attractive – a rescue reef, where “the other“ and “the one-armed“ fight panic with alcohol and nicotine, and, as soon as they approach crack up, take refuge in ritualized sentences, in the spinning wheel of language.«
Presse, 2006

nichts in sicht, bühnenbild: johannes leitgeb
»The small stage of the theater has been used by Johannes Leitgeb in such a way that there are no dead corners and no questions are left unanswered. The audience is seated to the left and right sides of the stage, and there is a huge net hanging in front, where finally the protagoninsts end up. The opposite pole is the theater bar, where everyone meets for breakfast.«
APA, January 2006

nichts in sicht, bühnenbild: johannes leitgeb
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