Liberté (Theatre)

1774 between Potsdam and Berlin, shortly before de French Revolution. A group of French libertines have scaped the ultra-conservative government of Louis XVI. They then meet with legendary German free-thinker and seducer Duc de Walchen. In a country ruled by a hypocritical regime of virtue, the mission of this group of expats is to export to Germany the libertinage, a philosophy based on the rejection of moral boundaries and authorities. A tableau vivant of old Europe, in which new fashions and modern business practices take on grotesque forms


Ingrid Caven, Helmut Berger, Stefano Cassetti, Johanna Dumet, Ann Göbel, Leonie Jenning, Catalin Jugravu, Günther Möbius, Jeanette Spassova, Anne Tismer, Laurean Wagner

Text: Albert Serra / Directed by: Albert Serra / Artistic advicer: Montse Triola / Scenography: Sebastian Vogler / Costumes: Rosa Tharrats / Lighting: Johannes Zotz / Video: Ariadna Ribas, Artur Tort, Xavi Pérez / Music: Marc Verdaguer / Dramaturgia: Gulio Bursi, Alan Twitchell / Assistance to dramaturgy and translation: Maurici Farré / Executive production: Philip Decker / Assistant director: Marie Schleef / Production assistant: Clàudia Robert.