A story about youngsters being wild and brave in this world.
New production 2019. Run-time about 60 minutes | Suitable for children aged eight and older.
3rd run in September 2019: 27th, 10.00am | 28th, 6.00pm | 29th, 4.30pm
I am curious about the unknown. Where can I be wild and free and where can I ba all by myself? What other worlds are there beside ours? What does the wild side of me - can I let it dance?“
The story is about Maxie, a young adventuress who runs away from home and ends up on the island „where the wild things are“. She encounters strange creatures she had never seen before and their behaviour as well as her own fantasies and inner monsters. Will she stay on the island? Will she continues her journey? Or is it just a wild dream?
Wilde*Welten@Dschungel Wien, Tanz*Hotel, 2019 | Fotos: Franzi Kreis | Bildrecht GmbH
A children's ensemble of seven (age 7-11) is playing together with three professional dancers, acrobats and musicians. The new creation by Bert Gstettner Wilde*Welten based on Wild*Things (2015) and is inspired by the book of Maurice Sendak Where the wild things are. It's a timeless story about children's desire to break out of a everyday life routine. Leaving the real world behind to reach and to experience the unknown, the night, the fantasy world.
Wilde*Welten@Dschungel Wien, Tanz*Hotel, 2019 | Fotos: Heinz Zwazl | Bildrecht GmbH
Premiere was on Friday, February 8 and first shows from Saturday, Feb 9 to Wednesday, Feb 13, 2019. Four shows at the 2nd run in June.
CHOREOGRAPHY, THEATRICAL ADAPTION, STAGE Bert Gstettner
DANCE, PERFORMANCE Verena Schneider, Arno Uhl
T*H KIDS ENSEMBLE Marie Elisa Bicu, Lena Edinger, Vanessa Fülöp,
Adam Heis, Lilli Horner, Julian Voglmayr, Leo Wacha
LIVE-MUSIC, PERFORMANCE Igor Gross
COSTUME Hanna Adlaoui-Mayerl
ACTING-COACH Noemi Fischer
ASSISTANT Stefanie Fondi
ORGANISATION Claudia Bürger
Devi Sahas masks and Daniel Angermayrs stage drapery from Wild*Things, 2015.
A screenplay for a dance-theatre-piece by Bert Gstettner along the book "Where the wild things are" by Maurice Sendak.
PRODUCTION Tanz*Hotel / Art*Act Kunstverein
Supported by WienKultur, Bildrecht GmbH.