A Tree Walks Through the Woods
Wednesday, June 9, 2021, 9:00 a.m.
Duration: 45 minutes
Two lumberjacks at work, eating their lunch, leaving an apple core ...
Ewald, a young apple tree, does not want to put down his roots yet. He would much rather do somersaults. “ What to do and where to go?”, he cries into the woods. And as we all know, what goes around, comes around. “Go!”, the woods call back and so Ewald goes ...
In the tree nursery, he meets Waldemar and Waldtraud, stumbles over Hofrat Morsch and dances.
Yes, if you let go and take a break, you find your place in the world. And Ewald? He becomes rooted to the spot ...
A story of individualism and idyll, enacted with everday objects and figures, tree bark, and wooden instruments.
Nominated for the award ‘STELLA 09 Darstellender.Kunst.Preis’ in the category outstanding idea/concept
Invited to play in the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg in 2018
Actors: Natascha Gundacker, Joachim Berger
Director, Puppet and scenery design: GundBerg
Music: Joachim Berger
Title: Julie Creighton
Copyright Photos: Christian Herzenberger
About the group:
Natascha Gundacker and Joachim Berger are not only the writers and directors of their plays, they also account for puppet building, visual arts, stage design, music composition, photography, film, and dramaturgy. This holistic approach reveals their ‘idiosyncratic’ style and working methods. GundBerg is on the road since 2001, touring through Austria, Germany, France, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, Belgium, Great Britain, Turkey, and Canada.