Nothing is a play about a group of pupils in Denmark, who find out which things are really important in life and which are not. In this philosophical story, the young students are exposed to very strong experiences. The play has a distinct experimental approach, a result of their search for a new form for modern school theatre. It has no straightforward beginning and a logical ending; it is dominated by music and movement, and contains few words.
Group Supervisor: Silke Gutzeit (instruktorka teatralna / drama teacher)
Students (16-18 years): Pia May, Jennifer Cordua, Zoe Meyer, Marie Heße, Timon Sohl, Jassin