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Tickets CHF 19.- / 26.- / 33.-
Preiskategorie frei wählbar
Kulturlegi: 15.- (nur Abendkasse)
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The shows on march 17 & march 20 are school performances. These shows are open for everyone as usual.

 

Be a man. Don’t be a man. Real men are feminists. Show feelings. Pull yourself together. Be cool. Pussy! What masculinity suits me, what images of masculinity are inside you? Where do these images come from? And what does patriarchy have to do with it?

To live music, the Bernese Kollektiv F clears out old habits and burned-in images of masculinities in their latest dance piece. A critical, funny, feminist, accessible and sensual dance evening for young people and adults.

 

Kollektiv F’s latest dance production tackles images of masculinity that are prevalent in advertising, sports, social media, music, film, etc. These instantly recognizable images are accepted as the valid versions of what masculinity is: strong, aggressive, ambitious, successful, dominant.

“Don’t Be a Man!” challenges these images and argues for masculinities in which men cooperate more than compete, dance more than fight, cry more and laugh more, express feelings and listen to each other, really listen. It shows how the toxic system of patriarchy is deeply damaging to women, to relationships, but just as much to men. The male performers reflect on what the patriarchy has taught them and what they want to dispose of in the hazardous waste.

Credits

Choreografie: Vanessa Cook
Musik: Luz Gonzales
Tanz: Arno Brys, Emanuel Rüfenacht, Petr Nebdal
Bühne und Kostüme: Renate Wünsch
Lichtkonzept und Technik: Mirjam Berger
Dramaturgie: Marjolaine Minot
Konzept, Recherche und Aussenauge: Luzius Engel
Konzept und Vermittlung: Emanuel Rüfenacht, Luzius Engel
Produktionsleitung: Nina Engel
Koproduktion: Dampfzentrale Bern
Fotos: Nicole Pfister

Gefördert durch:

Kultur Stadt Bern
SWISSLOS/Kultur Kanton Bern
Burgergemeinde Bern
Migros-Kulturprozent
Ernst Göhner Stiftung
Stanley Thomas Johnson Stiftung