A project by Verena Regensburger and Ensemble, with translation for people with impaired hearing

We lie anywhere between two and 200 times a day – depending on what we classify as lies: untruths, post truths, exaggerations, omissions, courtesies, set phrases... But how can you spot a lie? Is it when gestures and body language undermine what’s being said? To get to the bottom of how truth is constructed, a hearing and a deaf actress meet one another in the piece “Luegen” (Lies). The stage becomes an experimental space for intentional and unintentional communication, a laboratory of authenticity, which invites the viewer to decipher truth, take a closer look and observe.

Sponsored by the Municipal Department of Arts and Culture in Munich.

With— Wiebke Puls, Kassandra Wedel
Direction— Verena Regensburger
Stage design— Marie Häusner
Costume— Veronika Schneider
Video— Ikenna David Okegwo
Sign language interpreter— Marco C. González A.
Lighting— Michael Pohorsky
Dramaturgy— Manon Haase