SLOW TRAVEL BERLIN
Snow White, Wasserspeicher, various times
We all know the story of Snow White, the German fairytale about the fairest lady in the land whose jealous stepmother plots her demise, forcing her first to live in the mountains with seven dwarfs and then to fall into an eternal sleep, until a handsome prince comes along and rescues her.
But while popular adaptations have painted Snow White as naive and helpless, a theatrical performance here in Berlin will delve deep into her mind, exploring the psychological and emotional journey she underwent.
Combining dance, light, music, production design, soundscapes, and video, this performance aims to deconstruct conventional notions of narrative storytelling. As part of the experience, the audience will have a rare opportunity to experience the cavernous underground of Prenzlauer Berg’s disused 19th century water reservior, travelling to and through the story in a unique and interactive matter.
May 23 from 1pm-8pm
May 24 from 12pm-2pm
May 25 from 12pm-2pm
May 23 at 10:03pm
May 24 at 3:37pm and 7:37pm
May 25 at 3:37pm
Wasserspeicher, Belforter Straße, 10405 Berlin; U: Senefelderplatz; admission: €15/€12.