Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch / Alan Lucien Øyen

Neues Stück II

Duration 180 min incl. break

Alan Lucien Øyen explores the boundary between dance, theatre, text and film. Through staging the most intimate of moments, the Norwegian choreographer wishes to reflect the simplicity, beauty and complexity of human experience. This of course perfectly matches Pina Bausch’s Tanztheater Wuppertal, which always looks for the deeply human. Together with the Tanztheater ensemble, Alan Lucien Øyen has developed a new choreography, called “Neues Stück II” – an innovation for the Tanztheater, which is working for the first time on two full-length pieces with international transdisciplinary guest choreographers under the intendant and artistic director Adolphe Binder.

  • Cast

    Direction & Choreography

    Alan Lucien Øyen

    Stage Design

    Alex Eales

    Costume Design

    Stine Sjøgren

    Artistic Collaboration

    Daniel Proietto

    Artistic Consultance

    Andrew Wale

    Sound Design

    Gunnar Innvær

    Lighting Design

    Martin Flack


    Regina Advento, Pau Aran Gimeno, Emma Barrowman, Rainer Behr, Andrey Berezin, Çag˘das¸ Ermis, Jonathan Fredrickson, Nayoung Kim, Douglas Letheren, Eddie Martinez, Nazareth Panadero, Helena Pikon, Julie Shanahan, Stephanie Troyak, Aida Vainieri, Tsai-Chin

    Rehearsal Director

    Daphnis Kokkinos

    Assistance Rehearsal Director

    Bénédicte Billiet

    Assistance Costume

    Anna Lena Dresia

  • Credits

    Direction & Artistic Direction: Adolphe Binder. Production: Tanztheater Wuppertal / Pina Bausch. Co-Production: Théâtre de la Ville Paris / Chaillot-Théâtre National de la Danse Paris, Sadler’s Wells London, Norwegian National Ballet Oslo. Funded by: Kunststiftung NRW.

    In cooperation with Volksbühne Berlin.

Price: 15€ / 25€ / 35€ / 45€
Discount: 15€ / 18€ / 24€ / 29€
Ticket information

Past dates


Volksbühne Berlin
Linienstr. 227, 10178 Berlin

You can reach the lower foyer and the main theatre at the Volksbühne without barriers through the main entrance. For structural reasons the (upper) Sternfoyer is not free of barriers.