A monologue about the effects of right-wing populist slogans.
When Claire enters into her sister’s fashion blog and does an interview with the founder of a new label, a political uproar arises and she gets more and more into the orbit of right-wing populist actors and thoughts.
In this concentrated monologue, author Kirsten Fuchs describes the effect of right-wing slogans. Together with her protagonist Claire, she explores the limits of tolerance and freedom of expression and exposes the human contempt behind harmless-sounding statements. Katja Hiller not only portrays the politically inexperienced fashion blogger Claire, but also the point of view of her neighbours. She invites the audience onto a risky roller coaster ride of emotions and arguments and leads us right into the story of a radicalisation on the far right and its consequences.
Content note: war, racism
Performing rights: Rowolt Theaterverlag