20-minute walk together through the Bogenhausen cemetery
mit der Bairische Geisha | Judith Huber und Eva Löbau
May 25, 2021 | from 3 PM to 6 PM
Walks in small groups depending on the infection situation for up to 5 persons
3:00, 3:25, 3:50, 4:15, 4:40, 5:05, 5:30 PM
Meeting point: in front of the grave of Helmut Fischer (Monaco Franze)
The participation is free of charge.
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The Bairishe Geisha, an urban mythical figure and invention of the performance collective Judith Huber and Eva Löbau, came into the world in Munich in 2000. This year she turns 21. This is a reason to ask: What remains of one’s own work and what can go? To remember the theater is to encounter one’s own aging. What seems like yesterday to us is often already twenty years ago and who knows if the work will stand the “test of time”.
In preparation for their anniversary celebration in June, Judith Huber and Eva Löbau take a walk through the Bogenhausen cemetery. The burial place of many prominent Munich artists. With their guests, they want to talk about strategies for dealing with departures and endings.
completed her musical training at the Stage School of Dance and Drama and then studied four semesters at the School of Acting in Hamburg.
After being part of the theater in Nuremberg and guest engagements in Berlin, Munich and Hamburg, among others, she founded the performance group Die Bairishe Geisha in 1998 together with the musician Marianne Kirch and the actress Eva Löbau. Judith Huber works in Munich as an actress and performer and with her collective Traummaschine for audiences without age limit. She graduated in theater and music management at LMU and has been co-directing PATHOS Munich with Lea Ralfs since 2019.
trained at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna, frequently participates in cross-disciplinary projects with shared authorships. Founding member of the performance collective Die Bairishe Geisha. Theater productions with Andreas Ammer, Santiago Blaum, Boris Nikitin, Angela Richter, Ilan Ronen, Vannessa Stern, Patrick Wengenroth, among others. The films Der Wald vor lauter Bäumen by Maren Ade, Hotel Very Welcome by Sonja Heiss, Worst Case Scenario by Franz Müller, connect her with German auteur cinema. She was nominated for the German Film Award for her role in the feature film Einsamkeit und Sex und Mitleid by Lars Montag and Helmut Krausser. She plays a chief inspector in the ARD series Tatort Schwarzwald. From 2018 to 2020 Eva Löbau was in the ensemble of the Kammerspiele Munich.