Kairos (Καιρό) – a gap in time, a moment where anything is possible, this one moment consisting, interwoven, reflecting on moments of the past, accumulated and hidden in our inner self. A present that is always carrying the past within. A moment that opens up to the future, to any possible outcome. Interwoven layers of moments, travelling more and more into the heart of what carries the present moment and finally us as human beings.
There are things in the past, we cannot speak about. Things we do not dare to touch but yet they define us in our near entity. We all carry them around. They hold us together and tear us apart, those things. Those unspeakable things. They are always with us. They define us and tear us apart.
K: How do you know god?
L: I’m her.
B: Yeah, sure. We all try to make sense of it somehow.
H: It doesn’t have to.
C: It isn’t really much fun anymore.
W: It’s more boring, simply boring.
R: I’m just bored with reality. I want to make it fluffy. That’s why.
Premiere: January 2015 off-Theater Vienna
Concept|Text|Directed by Barbara Wolfram || Production Management | Nikola Adams || Artistic Assistant | Max Smirzitz || Assistant Director | Laura Alexandrino || Production Assistant | Anna Gettel || Light | Rafael Gütl
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