First Presentation


“Let it belong to those it is good for.” (B. Brecht) 

Property changes consciousness. It divides friends, gives one person power over others and excludes. Property is taken forgranted. And people don’t talk about it. Nothing is so constitutive of our society, or our lives together; nothing has such a divisive effect on our community as property.

Together with each choir of local delegates and their audience, She She Pop will start a discussion on property and examine their own relationship to ownership, the distribution of goods and its related problems. Inspired by Brecht’s Lehrstücktheorie, they develop rules for a dialogical theatre show and form discordant speaking choruses, which renegotiate with each performance how we deal with property.

ORATORIO is a work-in-progress, the premiere of which takes place in 2018 at HAU Hebbel am Ufer in Berlin. A first showing will take place at the Theaterformen 2017 in Hanover and further, at the Konfrontacje Teatralne Festival in Lublin and the ACT Independent Theatre Festival Sofia. From here, ORATORIO sets off on a tour of Europe, in the course of which it will gather momentary impressions from other economic microcosms, and at each stop along the way, it will evolve into a great multi-voice meditation.


on tour

50 Grades of Shame

After its premiere last March in Munich, She She Pop are now showing a new version of their picture album inspired by Wedekind’s Spring Awakening and E.L. James’ erotic novel 50 Shades of Grey with older, younger and very young guests from the Berlin dance, performance and theatre scene. Based on Wedekind’s utopian models of education, the stage here serves as an educational institution and She She Pop and their guests form a faculty ... more

on tour


She She Pop present their new approach to Brecht's theater without audience.



Projektionen - workshop on performance and video

August 2-9, 2017

In this workshop performances will be developed in which video projection is a central element. In the last few years She She Pop have consistently employed (live-)video in their work in order to suggest fantastic scenarios, to conjure up absent people, to bring details to the foreground, to hang living portraits on the wall or, by using new combinations, to build utopian bodies. Now we wish to share our experiences with the course participants and discover the possibilities that video on stage has to offer. Performance and technology will be considered together. Together we wish to investigate how the technical possibilities can influence the image of the person on stage.