New Theatre brings another round of performances with Spills, written by Yael Salomonowitz and running at the Berlin space on December 4, 5 and 7.
Spills comes on the footsteps of the Spills (Prologue) – which ran for one night in September, bracketed by the sold-out The End of Love performance in August and the three-night-only DD Mood at the end of October – and brings together a handful of artists, including Juliette Blightman, Alexander Coggin, Mia Goyette, Heatsick, Flora Klein, Billy Rennekamp and Tobias Spichtig.
In lieu of a performance description, Spills only provides a German text that translates, roughly, to:
The feeling is weightless on days when the city seems small and we appear large in it. The observation conducted confirms the assessment is correct, but the profound lack of understanding seldom differs – one is tempted to give examples, without meaning to. We leave it.
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