(eng. I thought everything was allowed)

is a theatre project inititated by the artists Anna McCarthy and Hedwig Eberle, involving 40 befriended artists and musicians that took place in the Maximiliansforum in Munich, Germany 2011.
The artists Manuela Gernedel, Sebastian Kellig, Jürgen Schlattl and Hank Schmidt In Der Beek each wrote a play, thematising such things as love, big city freedom, coffee- and cake-addicted kids, language barriers and lazy artists.

A surreal slapstick crime novel. "CRAP" by Jürgen Schlattl
A freedom soliloquy by many. "Today was a good day and I didn't owe anyone anything" by Manuela Gernedel
A tired musical. "Der Lunsenring" by Hank Schmidt in der Beek
A daily soap with difficulties. "I thought everything was allowed" by Sebastian Kellig

The audience sit on swivel chairs. Surrounding him and her, 4 plays on 4 stages are played off, one after the other.

He and she are free and can do what they will.

DER LUNSENRING - "Ich dachte man darf alles" from Anna McCarthy on Vimeo.

CRAP - ich dachte man darf alles from Anna McCarthy on Vimeo.

part 1 i thought everything was allowed demo from Anna McCarthy on Vimeo.

TODAY WAS A GOOD DAY AND I DON'T OWE ANYONE ANYTHING - "Ich dachte man darf alles" from Anna McCarthy on Vimeo.