Three women, three plastic chairs, a sidewalk. Upon discovering cracks in the asphalt, the serenity is quickly over and the three of them are seized by serious discomfort. Unpleasant questions rise to the surface, which is breaking up faster and faster: What does it take to preserve the world as they know it?
Eleonore Khuen-Belasi, born 1993 in Bolzano, studied philosophy in Vienna and was a Hans Gratzer fellow in 2018. During this time she also wrote keeping calm (ruhig Blut), her first play, which will be premiered as part of the Long Night of the Authors (Lange Nacht der Autorinnen).
Director Clara Weyde
Set Thea Hoffmann-Axthelm
Costumes Clemens Leander
Music Thomas Leboeg
Dramaturgy Jan Stephan Schmieding
Coproduction with the Schauspielhaus Graz
8 June 2019
Henriette Blumenau, Julia Gräfner, Florian Köhler, Nico Link, Anna Szandtner