Chris Ziegler: Mission Impossible 1862
Fri, September 10, 2010 8 pm CEST, Performance
An interactive 4-channel video installation for actors and the audience describes the life of the Missionar Jakob Friedrich Ziegler, who moved in the mid-19th Century from Dagersheim near Stuttgart to Dharwar in Karnataka, India.
Chris Ziegler: "My family found well over 700 diary pages of an diary of my great great grandfather in the archives of the 'Basel Mission Church 'with lots of drawings and photos. I continued the diary of a German-Indian encounter of the 19th Century with my own video itinerary in India. 'Impossible Mission' is a journey into the past with the means of the 21 Century.

Chris Ziegler director, stage
Michael Hewel script, dramaturgy
Heinz Röser-Dümmig, Chris Ziegler actors
Voice of Juliane Ziegler Ute Merz
Martin Bellardi programming
Ursula and Martin Ziegler Sütterlin transcript
Sütterlinstube Hamburg e.V.
Costumes schuler | | keck
Organization / Institution
Landesverband Freier Theater Baden-Württemberg (LAFT) (aus Mitteln des Ministeriums für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Württemberg und durch den Fonds Darstellende Künste e.V.)