The Deutsches Theater in Gottingen is staging Juli Zeh’s surveillance text "Corpus delicti" in an underground car park. The audience sits in the car.
The only downer of the play is that the car is experiencing a boom as a place to experience art. Photo: Thomas M. Jauk
"Dear DT, we miss you," someone wrote on the portal of the Deutsches Theater (DT) in Gottingen. And was heard. In times of social distancing, even the stage artists want to play among people again, in front of spectators. And the Gottingen theater is the first in the north to show that more is currently possible than using social media formats and streaming performance recordings: a premiere with live actors and audience members physically present.