Music Theater/Performance Suitable for english audience


Eine improvisierte Kammeroper
Das Wilde Klingen

This piece of music theater is freely adapted from James Berry’s Anansi and the Hidden Garden and tells a mythological fairytale, interprets it and gives it a political context. The trickster Anansi destroys nature and its godliness through his unethical, profit-oriented business dealings. Sound, gesture and word meet in a free improvisation.

Playing times
Sa 01.06 21:00
Entrance fee:

12,00 € · reduced 8,00 €


According to the organizers accessible.


Eutalia de Carvalho – vocals
Edith Steyer – clarinet, saxophon
Rieko Okuda – organ, piano
Horst Nonnenmacher – contrabass
Sofia Borges – percussion
Lea Hoffmann – dance
Lorena Izquierdo Aparicio – performance
Scott Weiner – light (video)

Member of ZMB (Zeitg. Musiktheater therater) and some are members of INM (initiative neue musik)


"Das Wilde Klingen" is a music theater ensemble that explores mythological themes and texts and interprets them in a contemporary manner. Sound, gesture, word and dance interact with one another to push the content forward. The instrumental and gestural improvisation is used to give narrative impulses, while the spoken word also becomes a possible device for improvisation. Aside from the search for aesthetic means, the group investigates and reveals political contents in the stories.

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ACUD Theater

Veteranenstraße 21, 10119 Berlin