Friday, 6/14/2024
at 6:00 PM

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"If the cage is one's own sense of entitlement, if the cage is the constant pressure from outside?" ponders Oliver Kahn when presented with Rainer Maria Rilke's poem "The Panther" during an interview. In it, it says: "His gaze has grown tired from passing by the bars so often, that it no longer holds anything. It is as though there were a thousand bars, and behind a thousand bars there is no world." Rilke's lines lead Kahn to the almost casual remark: "I have rarely experienced true freedom in what I do." An surprising admission from the legendary goalkeeper who has provided iconic moments on the field. With the production "Titan!" director Jette Büshel and her ensemble ask themselves the question: What is real freedom, and in which moments do we experience it in our lives? With a sensitive look at Oliver Kahn, the evening embarks on the eternal search for happiness.

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