Who’s Afraid of Raimunda

Costumes and scenography for a performance by Josep Caballero García at Kampnagel, Hamburg and an online film at HAU Hebbel am Ufer (2020 to 2021)

In Who’s Afraid of Raimunda, the choreographer Josep Caballero Garcia advocates for the dissolution of normative categorizations and stigmatization in homogeneous societies. Raimunda is an allegorical figure for the history of invisible identities that are hidden by patriarchy or other power structures. New options are created from historical facts and traditional images, and roles are reconfigured. The artist Claudia Hill along with two composers, four dancers and a dozen orchestra musicians create a choreographic intervention that moves between archive and utopia.

7 m × 5 m

Artistic Direction, Choreography & PerformanceJosep Caballero Garcia
PerformanceGöksu Kunak aka Gucci Chunk
Lea Martini
Enis Turan
Composition & Musical DirectionThomas Dorsch
Composition & SoundAlexandre J. Maurer
DramaturgyAnne Kersting
Costume & ScenographyClaudia Hill
Assistance CostumeEmilia Patrignani
Diane Esnault
Light DesignElliot Cennetoglu
MusiciansLüneburger Symphoniker
Voice CoachingJule Flierl
Press, PR & Social MediaJulia Kretschmer
Michael Tsouloukidse
Participation ProductionLena Astarte Posch
Project ManagementBarbara Greiner
Video & EditChristopher Hewitt
Co-ProductionHAU Hebbel am Ufer

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