Henosode

Salon des Gelingens

by Ruedi Häusermann
World première

Regie und Komposition Ruedi Häusermann / Set Designer Bettina Meyer / Costume Designer Sabine Hilscher / Lighting Designer Markus Keusch
Cast Klaus Brömmelmeier, Matthias Neukirch, Herwig Ursin, Benedikt Bindewald, Josa Gerhard, Christoph Hampe, Sara Hubrich, Maike Bräutigam, Kathrin Brogli, Shane Lutomirski, Oliver Truffer

Klaus Brömmelmeier
Matthias Neukirch
Herwig Ursin
Musik Benedikt Bindewald
Josa Gerhard
Christoph Hampe
Sara Hubrich
Mitspieler Maike Bräutigam
Kathrin Brogli
Shane Lutomirski
Oliver Truffer
 
Regie und Komposition Ruedi Häusermann
Set Designer Bettina Meyer
Costume Designer Sabine Hilscher
Dramaturg Viola Hasselberg
Lighting Designer Markus Keusch
Assistant Director Manon Pfrunder
Assistant Stage Designer Sandra Antille
Assistant Costume Designer Tiziana Angela Ramsauer
Internship Direction Artemisia Valisa und Peter Gruber
Internship Stage Design Viviane Rapp
Internship Costumes Jeanne Milani
Stage Manager Dagmar Renfer
In Ruedi Häusermann’s tenth production at the Schauspielhaus Zürich, the musicians of the Henosode Quartet (Henosode, a Bernese dialect expression, means “That’s the way it is”), are joined on stage by seven players. Together, they explore the mysterious connections between music and space, and conduct various experiments: How does a cloud wander? How can we make people and objects disappear? How do we capture an echo? It is about concentration, zeal, and the discoveries that can be made when there is no objective. Häusermann tells us about astonishment at what can be achieved in art: that we seemingly occupy ourselves with nothing. The evening, which, as always, is a secret concert, climaxes with a surprise – in a coarsely subtle paean to the theatre. We are unable to reveal more here.

Schiffbau/Box

  • Stadt Zurich
  • Swiss Re
  • Zürcher Kantonalbank
  • Migros