When the story “Auguste Bolte” by Kurt Schwitters is on programme, we look back to an era in which artists ran against politics and the petit bourgeois spirit and thereby counted on absurdity. There is as much to laugh as to think, the story, which may only end in a moving theatre evening when read, addresses the act of decision during which we recognise that the scope cannot be estimated anyhow.
Auguste Bolte observes ten people on the road who walk in the same direction. The conclusion leads to the greatest and absurdest chases of world literature and at Wagabunt to a fast-paced ensemble piece.
Persons: 3 | Age: 30-60 | Duration: 60