Journey to Mimoto – past

The season of Journey to Mimoto has ended.
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Circus Sonnenstich invites you to a great journey – and takes all people with them: Who are we and what makes us special?
As pilots of an exciting journey of discovery, the Sonnenstich artists answer these questions themselves:

“We do not have strength. We are strength. Body control is a matter of the mind. Remembering is a body part.
Our heart says: Wild! Experience adventures! Let it out before anything else. Breathe in and out again and again. As artists, we transform into ourselves. We can fly. Above the clouds. There’s a castle and an island of paradise. That’s where we feel tropical. Like on an island of the future.”

“Journey to Mimoto” shows itself as a corporeal performance of the search for identity, leading inwards and outwards and bringing new forms of self-discovery to the stage: enigmatic, interdisciplinary and full of magic.”

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90 minutes plus intermission

Authors and performers: Circus Sonnenstich Ensemble
Michael Pigl
Concept: Kaleen McKeeman, Michael Pigl, Sandra Schuck
Artistic direction and stage direction: Kaleen McKeeman
Choreography: Felix Häckell und Michael Pigl
Trainers: Alaa Abu Alrob, Daniel Baum, Paula Kniesel, Estrella Urban
Guests: Mika, Toke Reimann, Lena Wulf
Dramaturgy and light: Frank Weiß
Costume and Stage Design: Sandra Schuck
Costume design assistance: Veronika Steinkohl
Musical direction: Doreen Kutzke
Production: Felix Häckell, Anja Rosenkranz
With the friendly assistance of: Roswitha Perthel
Press: Tom Müller-Heuser
Photos: Sandra Schuck

Trailer: Sandra Schuck

In the Press

Berliner Morgenpost about KaraK – Visions

the focus is on the ensemble of Circus Sonnenstich with its unique bond, its great skill and the irrepressible, radiant joy

Berliner Morgenpost about KaraK – Visions

wonderful performances full of a sparkling joy of life

About the Company

The sponsor of Circus Sonnenstich is the Zentrum für bewegte Kunst e.V. (ZBK). The ZBK is an internationally oriented artistic project, a training and further education institution with inclusive didactics (In.Zirque), an employer for people with disabilities and a research platform for innovative projects.

Circus Sonnenstich exists since 1997 and is a pioneer for inclusive contemporary circus. Sonnenstich is at home on stages in Germany and abroad, including Cirko Helsinki, Jatka78 in Prague, the Admiralspalast, at the Berlin Circus Festival and of course at the Chamäleon Berlin. For more info click here.

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