A new production for young people 14+ explores the life of Friedl Dicker.
In the 1920s, many things were possible: after World War I, Europe was on the move, a variety of art movements emerged, women fought for their rights, democracies were established. Friedl Dicker wanted to create, to become an artist. The play tells her story - of the famous Bauhaus and resistance, of being a woman and an artist, of teaching art to the children in the KZ Theresienstadt.
The new play will premiere in January. Already in December, the ensemble gives insights into the production. All dates can be found here. More information about the production can be found here.