Text-space installation in the interior of the Lehár Theatre

12/10/24Saturday, 14:00 - 16:00Lehár Theater Bad IschlKreuzplatz 16, 4820 Bad Ischl
Europäisches Theaterfestival – Public Viewing
© Krafft Angerer


Franz Schlicht, a frozen food salesman, sets off in search of a missing body in the middle of a heatwave. 

The poet, writer and radio play author Friederike Mayröcker lived for almost a century and made an impressive mark on German literature. She felt her environment with all her senses, moulded it into language and released it again in her very own way as “Proesie”. She described her flat as a “writing box”, where she formed an organism with her texts and words, and for one magical hour the Lehár Theatre was transformed into a Mayröcker’s place of words. A staircase, a socket, a wardrobe mirror will become a text-image-object with a quotation from her work, her signatures will be drawn in the dust of the past and the long invisible will become small works of art of the present.
The audience is invited to follow in the footsteps of the “Grande Dame of Austrian literature” and explore the interiors on their own.

“… we all felt = in the belly of the mountain = the breath of death. While the waning moon glided over the hills, back then in Bad Ischl.” (from: fleurs, 2016)

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Concept & artistic design: Thomas Beck, Dorit Ehlers, Arthur Zgubic
Production: Sabine Jenichl

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Event info

Lehár Theater Bad Ischl
Kreuzplatz 16, 4820 Bad Ischl
Day pass, Kulturcard 2024, school pupils/students/apprentices/civil servants and military personnel, people with disabilities, accompanying persons, Raiffeisenbank customers,