Schauspielhaus Graz Package (The Building & Krasnoyarsk)
Schauspielhaus Graz Package (The Building & Krasnoyarsk)
Schauspielhaus Graz Package (The Building & Krasnoyarsk)
Schauspielhaus Graz Package (The Building & Krasnoyarsk)
Schauspielhaus Graz Package (The Building & Krasnoyarsk)
Schauspielhaus Graz Package (The Building & Krasnoyarsk)
Schauspielhaus Graz Package (The Building & Krasnoyarsk)
Schauspielhaus Graz Package (The Building & Krasnoyarsk)
Schauspielhaus Graz Package (The Building & Krasnoyarsk)
Schauspielhaus Graz Package (The Building & Krasnoyarsk)
Schauspielhaus Graz Package (The Building & Krasnoyarsk)

Schauspielhaus Graz Package (The Building & Krasnoyarsk)

Schauspielhaus Graz

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** Available from us from June 1st, 2021 (pre-orders already possible) **

Look forward to the VR package of the Schauspielhaus Graz including the two VR performances The construction (of Franz Kafka) and KRASNOYARSK - A journey through the end of time in 360 °. Both VR experiences are played on a VR headset.

Order the virtual theater experiences in the comfort of your home and experience an unforgettable performance in virtual reality. We will send you the VR headset and everything you need for 2 days to your home (Germany & Austria). All you need is a comfortable place and, if necessary, your own headphones. More information on how the order works, they find out hereAll prices are excl. terminated Return shipping (from € 13.90 to Germany and € 28.90 to Austria).

Due to the 360 ° experience and the actions "behind you", we recommend that you ideally watch the play on a swivel chair.

In the package you will find the two VR experiences of the Schauspielhaus Graz. The two pieces have a total playing time of approx. 98 minutes and are written in German.

 

About "Der Bau" by Franz Kafka:

Franz Kafka's story “Der Bau” (1923/24) focuses on a nameless protagonist who has created a complicated underground structure: a system of caves, passages and squares, the entrance of which is hidden under a layer of moss. He busily works on the improvement and fortification of his lonely and quiet home, collects supplies like treasures, delves into reflections and conversations with himself, which are repeatedly addressed to an absent counterpart whom he both misses and fears. Because the fear of an invisible enemy breaking into his shelter accompanies him at every turn and finally manifests itself in an inexplicable noise: a strange hissing, the source of which he cannot and cannot trace.

In addition to many possible interpretations, the building in Kafka's story of the same name can be read as a metaphor for a theater at a standstill, in which an actor undeterred pursues his activities, unseen and unheard of the world “out there”, and digs deeper and deeper into his own digs his own thoughts and imaginations.

Using the VR headset, the audience accompanies the protagonist on his underground forays and is taken to unknown and unusual places in the theater: a 360 ° view behind the scenes and deep inside the theater.

Language: German

Duration: 38 minutes

 

Occupation:

Protagonist: Florian Köhler

Director: Elena Bakirova

Image design / editing: Markus Zizenbacher 
Set design: Tanja Kramberger

Set tone / sound design / 3D audio mix: Elisabeth Frauscher

Dramaturgy: Elisabeth Tropper

Photo Copyright: Johanna Lamprecht

 

About KRASNOYARSK - A journey through the end of time in 360 ° 

The play "Krasnoyarsk" by the Norwegian author Johan Harstad, which is shown in the German-language premiere, transports us to a time after our time: After a catastrophe has destroyed almost the entire surface of the earth, an anthropologist wanders lonely through the Siberian wasteland looking for signs of To seek life.

Years ago he was sent from the city of Krasnoyarsk, where a group of survivors gathered. But his search has been unsuccessful - until now. Because one day he comes across a young woman in the wilderness who is traveling with an object of inestimable importance: a suitcase full of handwritten reports, the supposedly last testimony of lost humanity. From then on, events roll over.

The German-language premiere of the play by Johan Harstad is the first production by the Schauspielhaus Graz, which was conceived from the start for a 360 ° camera and a performance using VR glasses. Director Tom Feichtinger and his team shot the production on various locations in Austria. 

Language: German

Duration: 60 minutes

Press reviews:

»  It remains to be seen whether each material is suitable for real technological simulation via a special camera and headset; the play 'Krasnoyarsk' by the Norwegian playwright Johan Harstad is perfect for it ".« Süddeutsche Zeitung (February 17, 2021)

»  Total experience. D.  he grass, the musty air in abandoned barns reach up to the tip of your nose. The images overlap: times, fantasies overlap the scenes like ideas - analogous to the text consisting of monological modules. The perspective is also cleverly imposed. Once you suddenly crouch down on the barn floor and look up at the approaching pursuers.« Standard (02/12/2021)

»  Spectacular image overlays and the still completely unfamiliar experience of 360-degree films, in which you can choose your own perspective, make “Krasnoyarsk” an exciting experience - and that at home in the office chair.« Deutschlandfunk Kultur (February 12, 2021)

Occupation:

The anthropologist: Nico Link
Kreuzberg: Katrija Lehmann
The second anthropologist: Frieder Langenberger

Director: Tom Feichtinger

Image design / editing: Markus Zizenbacher 
Set design: Tanja Kramberger

Set tone / sound design / 3D audio mix: Elisabeth Frauscher

Dramaturgy: Elisabeth Tropper

Photo Copyright: Johanna Lamprecht