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    Peccatum Mundi

    Rochus Church, Cologne, 2006

    'Sin' today is more of an issue than ever. Lilo Wanders TV-show 'Liebe Su?nde' was a hit for years, 'TV-Su?nde' is the name of a TV show and respective keywords lead to an abundant output on the web. Even in the cultural scene 'Sin' is an ever-present topic, as seen in plays like 'Bash: Latter-Day Plays', 'Your Friends and Neighbors', 'Helter Skelter/Land of the Dead' by American playwright Neil La-Bute. 'Peccatum Mundi' deals with whether the word sin can be understood without referring to religion and analyses the contemporary interest in Neil La-Bute's work and films such as 'Seven'. Choirs depict the issue by an ongoing interplay between individual experience and historical "development" (concerning matters such as the Fall of Man and conscience, moral bondage and pleasurable misdemeanour, juvenile provocation and secularisation, community and guilt).

    "When the spirit dies it becomes human, when a human being dies it becomes spirit."
    (Novalis, fragments)

    Regie
    Gregor Weber


    Sprecher
    Robert Christott
    Kalli Zmugg


    Gesangschor
    Sybille Hummel
    Gertraud Thalhammer
    Mathias Hudelmayer
    Stefan Mosemann
    Isabell Brenner
    Anne Wiemer


    Tänzerchor I
    Nina Kierdorf
    Annika Weitershagen
    Gwendolin Gemmrich
    Katherina Jarzebowski


    Tänzerchor II
    Sebastian Krackl
    Denise Albert
    Mirjan Cuni
    Christiane Müller


    Stelzenchor
    Elisabeth Pleß
    David Koch
    Arne Obermeyer


    Hexenchor
    Andrea Eberl
    Leslie Mader
    Melanie Noske


    Diener
    Daniel Mutlu


    Musik
    Wilfried Kaets (Orgel)
    Norbert Krämer (Schlagzeug)


    Tontechnik
    Phillip Knaak


    Fotografie
    Karsten Mühlhaus
    Marla Schnee