Paderborn students perform "the shape of things"

Ort: Studiobühne der Universität Paderborn

With "the shape of things", the successful US author Neil LaBute has written a subtle satire about truthfulness and beauty mania, artistic aspirations and the really important things in life. Students from Paderborn University are now performing the play on several evenings at the Studiobühne. On Thursday, 11 April, "the shape of things" will celebrate its premiere at 7.30 pm. All interested parties are cordially invited to attend. Information on other dates and tickets can be found on the event website.

Maryia Parechyna, Leonie Machinia, Sophie Lauri, Robin Katona and Jaron Kappauf play the characters in LaBute's satire. Directed by Sascha Löschner. Head of the studio theatre. He is supported by assistant director Anita Schäfers. Maya Martynova is also responsible for the costumes and Yoakim Lopez for lighting and sound.

About "the shape of things"

Adam has never met a woman like her: radiantly beautiful, self-confident, seductive and unconventional. He can hardly believe that the art student Evelyn loves him of all people: inconspicuous, average, a little plump, just like him. And yet they become a couple. This marks the beginning of an exciting time for Adam, in which he is ready to fully embrace the adventure. His friends Phil and Jenny also notice how good the new relationship is for Adam. But while they themselves are dealing with their impending wedding, everyone's relationship is thrown into turmoil.

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Photo (Paderborn University, Sascha Löschner): (from left) Jaron Kappauf, Maryia Parechyna, Robin Katona, Sophie Lauri and Leonie Machinia perform "the shape of things" by Neil LaBute.


Dr. Sascha Löschner

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