Plays

Die ganze Welt (The Whole World)

‘When the guests do not come to the party, the party simply comes to the guests, whether they want it to or not. And Richard and Regina definitely do not want anything of the kind. More ...

Die Liste der letzten Dinge ("The Final List")

Pia and Helen, two middle-aged women, are determined to redeem the world from itself. More ...

Wandernutten

In “WANDERNUTTEN”, Theresia Walser explores the relations between the sexes with a light touch and a sure instinct for comedy. On the one hand, she shows a group of men who sit around drinking: Albert, who feels it is best not to have anything to do with women; Olaf, who is happy when he is not allowed to smoke; Rainer, who dreams of women’s feet; and Georg, who will bet anything his wife is faithful. On the other hand, the author contrasts these men with four women in a hotel bar.More ...

Die Heldin von Potsdam ("The Heroine of Potsdam")

The action is based on a real occurrence in 1994. After a serious fall, an unemployed woman, the mother of three children, pretended that she had protected an old lady against a group of skinheads and been wounded. After several days of media attention, making the most of this supposedly heroic deed, she admitted she had not told the truth. More ...

So wild ist es in unseren Wäldern schon lange nicht mehr ("Our Forsts haven't been this wild in forever")

In a heavenly comedy of hell on earth, the dramatist brings together her characters on a bench in front of a city railway station, frequented by down-and-outs. Three couples, each of which has a child, have a rendezvous in this place. More ...