Co production with Mierscher Kulturhaus (Mersch, Luxembourg)

Water - we seem to know everything about this element. But when we take a closer look at it, it’s full of surprises and it’s still a mystery to scientists up to the present day.

Water is enormous power, sputtering life and sparkling joy.

May it be as a melting ice–block, a shimmering fountain or as ascending damp, as a refreshing drink or a sweeping wave, as an element of sound or reflector of light, in this performance it always takes on new forms. It inspires performers and audience alike and generates a poetry that gives us an idea of the Wonder of Life.

It starts with one single drop…

”What a wonderful sound when water and glass sing together…Hanging from the ceiling ice blocks melt and drop in a funny way…On the stove water is boiling in a pot, hissing…

A dripping world of sound.”

Westfälischer Anzeiger, September 27th, 2010

„Splish, splash - three actors explore the element water… a marvellous expedition.”

Stadtanzeiger, September 26th, 2010

Premiere: 25. September 2010

HELIOS Theater

Directing | Barbara Kölling

Actors | Marko Werner, Michael Lurse, Anna-Sophia Zimniak

Composition | Roman D. Metzner

Stage Design | Kölling, Lurse

Theater Pedagogy | Katja  Ahlers

picture: Arkadiusz Wrzesień

H2O - guest performace

  1. Montreal | Canada

  2. Toronto | Canada

  3. Liegé | Belgiun

  4. Vitoria-Gasteiz | Spain

  5. Bilbao | Spain

  6. Neu Delhi | India

  1. Karachi | Pakistan

  2. Teheran | Iran

  3. Pune | India

  4. Chennai | India

  5. Mumbai | India

  6. Bangalore | India

  1. Colombo | Sri Lanka

  2. Dhaka | Bangladesh

  3. Limoges | France

  4. Warschau | Poland

  5. Reims | France

  6. Aalborg | Denmark

  1. Breda | Netherlands

  2. Forbach | France

  3. Alexandria | Egypt

  4. Cairo | Egypt




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  1. A report of the Saarland

  Television about H2O at the

  Festival you can find here.

           (from Minute 23:35)

           (in German)