On 1 September 2018, we will present our latest dance theatre performance PRESENT coproduced with the Pfefferberg Theater in Berlin.
Guided by Greek director Costas Lamproulis, actress Jana Zöll and dancers Dodzi Dougban and Wagner Moreira explore the meaning of present and presence through their individual physicalties.

PRESENT is a stage as blurry as the past, as uncertain as the future. The stories of the present are created by our incomplete and automatised perception wrapped into the sweet, familiar illusions of our existence. Again and again and again.

Accessibility: Sign language is an integral part of the performance.

Premiere date and venue: 1 Sept 2018, 20 pm, Pfefferberg Theater Berlin // Schönhauser Allee 176 // 10119 Berlin // Ticket hotline: 030 939358555 // www.pfefferberg-theater.de

Ticket prices: 15 € // reduced 12 € // group bookings (5 persons) 12 € per person
For tickets for wheelchair users and persons that require assistance, please call the ticket hotline: 030 – 93 93 58 555.

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Production Details:
Ensemble: Jana Zöll, DodziDougban, Wagner Moreira
Artistic Co-Director: Costas Lamproulis
Music: Max Schweder
Dramaturgical Advice: Nils Rottgardt
Costume and Scenic Design: Sarah Haas
Lighting Design: Christian Herbert
Sign Language Interpreter: Konstanze Bustian (Skarabee)
Manager: Lisette Reuter
Running time: 50 mins

Jana Zöll graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts adk-Ulm in 2008, one of the few acting schools in Europe that train persons with physical disabilities. Since 2009, she has been featured in national and international productions. In 2014, she was employed at the Staatstheater Darmstadt. With her height of 90 cm, she has brittle bones, Jana Zöll is the living proof that diversity makes art more interesting, innovative and meaningful.

Wagner Moreira is an internationally acclaimed dancer and choreograph. Born in Barbacena, Brazil, he started studying dance in Brazil in 1991. He continued his training in Italy, Russia, Poland, the Netherlands, the US, Portugal and Germany. In 2001, he became a registered teacher with the Royal Academy of Dance in London. A contemporary dancer, Wagner has received numerous awards at dance festivals.

Dodzi Dougban is a professional dancer and he is deaf. He loves showing how music and rhythm become tangible through our bodies. A dancer and dance choreograph, he focuses on Hip Hop, African Dance, Modern Dance, Popping and Krumping. In 2015, he won the “Goldene Krone” award for deaf artists in Leipzig.

The interdisciplinary, mixed-abled Performing Arts Company Un-Label stands for artistic innovation and diversity. It brings together artists from all over Europe. Its performances featuring emerging artists with and without disabilities set new standards. Un-Label challenges established concepts of body, space and society, which allows them to push beyond the conventional criteria of contemporary culture.

The Pfefferberg Theater set in the historical setting of a brewery pub in Berlin offers a great range of theatre performances.
VIA Schankhalle Pfefferberg has been advocating equal participation in all areas of life for persons with disabilities for many years.