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An impressive audition by actor Lili Epply at Berliner Ensemble is the basis for this production. Sarah Viktoria Frick, well-known as an actor at the Vienna Burgtheater, has developed the monologue together with Lili Epply and directs the play. It explores the famous monologue by actor Nina from Chekhov’s Seagull with all the associations that it evokes.
The new text is created during the rehearsal process, with the young Berlin-based author and actor Anne Kulbatzki in charge. This Nina thinks for herself, acts and asks questions that strike at the centre of our present times. For example, she openly challenges the casting process: "Why should the players’ sexual orientation be any concern of directors and casting agents?! I said players, did you hear?"