(c) Christian Schuller

For the series “Voices of a City“, authors met people from Frankfurt and turned the stories of these real-life encounters into poetic texts: monodramas. The award-winning author Zsuzsa Bánk tells the story of a cemetery worker, whose sensitive powers of observation open up special perspectives. We get to know a gravedigger who felt extremely under pressure in his previous job as a delivery driver. It is only in his work at the cemetery that he seems to have found inner peace. He has a daily connection to something higher, which he cannot quite grasp, but still feel. His work does not lead him to doubt our existence, but calms him down. In her text, Zsusza Bánk raises the question of happiness: How much of it depends on our profession, how much is inherent in our own personality?

Ein Beitrag zum Sommerbau-Programm des Schauspiel Frankfurt.

Duration: 80 Min.
Language: German

Admission ends 15 minutes before the beginning of the performance.
The price is per lodge. At the time of booking, the two double seats must be booked separately.

Admission is only possible with proof of negative Corona status (tested, vaccinated or recovered). Results of a test may not be more than 24 hours old at this event.

Your contact details (name, address, telephone number and e-mail address) will be recorded on location before the event in order to follow-up in case of a COVID-19 infection.
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