The world is topsy-turvy. Isolation is the order of the day. Borders are built and walls erected. Populist tendencies divide societies and families. Egoism and intolerance are taking over, both on an international political scale as well as in the private sphere.
In its new production Theater Titanick picks up on this zeitgeist, this spirit of the time, this imbalance.
Upside Down is a 360° performance. It combines physical theatre, vertical dance, kinetic art and video projection. A metal ball, seven metres high and able to move in all directions, is the stage. Three performers are part of a fictive world which, through stubbornness and lust for power, starts to become unstable and finally tips over. How can harmony and balance be restored?