Do you have time? – scientific play at the theater Olympics

A PlayOn! for a festival there are performances looking for new forms of storytelling and audience involvement, all of which were created within the framework of the international theater project of the same name. The international cooperation researching the relationship between digitization and theater for teenagers helped in the creation of innovative productions in which the creators replaced classical storytelling with interactive forms, using digital technologies that are widely known to young people. PlayOn! his performance on May 19 is Do you have time? is entitled, and is nothing more than an interesting scientific game in children’s language. Directed by Nele Neitzke and starring Isabella Campestrini. The performance can be seen in German, with English and Hungarian subtitles, and is recommended for ages 10 and up.

The performance is based on cooperation with the child (Photo: Philip Brunnader)

What is the science game about?

Alex must have passed the time. There’s no other explanation for why he doesn’t appear on the show, he’s usually so reliable. You can’t wait for it, after all, the audience has already arrived. So what can be done? The show’s props are willing to help pass the time until Alex arrives.

But when he finally manages to connect with her, things take a very different turn, as Alex seems to be in trouble. To restore order and free Alex, the audience and theater people must work together and answer questions about time.

Together with the Knowledge Circus of the Johannes Kepler University, the students of the Linz University of Fine Arts and the University of Applied Sciences of Upper Austria, the Youth theater department of Landestheater Linz created a story in which questions about time are answered in a playful and scientific way.

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Cover image: Do you have time? (Photo: Philip Brunnader)

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