She She Pop & Their Fathers: Testament

She She Pop (Germany)

April 17-20

About the Performance

Mirroring the story of King Lear and his daughters, She She Pop members take to the stage with their own aging fathers to enumerate their inheritances and negotiate how power, money, memory and love are passed along across the generations. With the drive of a game show, this heart-wrenching and humourous work strives to find the intersections of responsibility and respect between parents and children.

In German with English surtitles. Suggested age: all ages.

About the company

Founded in 1998, She She Pop is a performance collective based in Berlin and Hamburg consisting of seven permanent members: Sebastian Bark, Johanna Freiburg, Fanni Halmburger, Lisa Lucassen, Mieke Matzke, Ilia Papatheodorou and Berit Stumpf.

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Extras

She She Pop & Their Fathers: Testament – Opening Night Reception

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

World Stage goes deeper to deliver a more in-depth performance experience. We invite you to join the World Stage team for food, drinks and discussion at our opening night reception. Admission is free with the purchase of your ticket.

She She Pop & Their Fathers: Testament – talkshow

Thursday, April 18, 2013

World Stage is committed to providing you with live performance of unparalleled quality. Part of that commitment includes exclusive opportunities to engage with the artists and performers involved with the work. Please stay around after the performance for an informative and engaging talkshow. Admission is free with the purchase of your ticket.

GOETHE FILMS: Young & Old

Monday, May 6, 2013

Three nights of award-winning features on the young, the old and intergenerational encounters, including Dörrie’s Hanami, Dresen’s Cloud 9 and Schmid’s Toronto premiere of Home for the Weekend. May 6, 8 and 12, 2013 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Young & Old presented in association with She She Pop and Their Fathers: Testament.

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