In linguistically diverse monologues - sometimes in more detail, sometimes with only one sentence - women tell about their lives with the men. They are all alone, the women: some lonely and sad about it, others sober. And there are those who do not let their lust for life be ruined, save their ease and set off on a journey of discovery through a multitude of opportunities that lie ahead of them. All women question themselves, words said and unsaid, friendships and love relationships. Actress Dascha Trautwein lends her her voice, makes her laugh, cry and - supported by the musician Naima Husseini - also sing.
Author Xavier Durringer was born in Paris in 1963, where he also lives and works as a playwright, screenwriter and film director. With his pieces he has made a name for himself beyond France's borders and is today considered one of the country's best-known and most successful contemporary theater authors.
Esther Jurkiewicz has been a director's assistant at the DNT since the 2017/2018 season, and with this evening presents herself for the first time as a director in Weimar.