Stars without sky

Dear friends and companions,

Back from Teheran, where I showed my film "Before the law" at the Festival "Radical Teheran" at the Milad Tower, which provoked a vivid reaction,

held lectures at the "International Festival of Traditional and Ritual Theatre" and

performed at the City Theatre in Teheran,

I am happy to announce the next Schlüterwerke Production in Vienna.

"Stars without sky" by Tanja Watoro, Brick 5, Fünfhausgasse 5, 1150 Vienna, 1.10. until 4.10.2013, 20h

Next week we will present a wonderful production by Tanja Watoro an her bolivian „Tariy Teatro“. „Stars without sky“ is a story of a young lady who tells the life of her grandfather, whe had been killed at Steinhof in Vienna by the Nazis. When I saw this production in Bolivia this April, I had the big desire to bring this piece to Vienna. Through the help of Thomas Haffner this wish will be fullfilled!


Reserve your tickets now! There are only 4 performances!

"CENSORED! The three from the filling station“, Brick 5, Fünfhausgasse 5, 1150 Vienna, 10.10. until 13.10., 20h


In two weeks we will show „CENSORED! The three from the filling station“, directed by Mathias Spohr, whom I have met working at the Vienna State Opera in 1988... it is a new live sound version of this famous movie, which had been one of the most successful early sound movies in Germany before the war. Nevertheless it had been forbidden by the Nazis in 1937 since jews had been contributing to this movie.

Our production will show the consequeces of censorship.

You can also reserve your tickets now!


Crowd Funding, ideas to finance our work


Last, but not least, some words about money:

Crowd Funding creates the possibility to support our projects financially and thereby help us to work independently from government subventions.
Donations are requested, extremely helpful and welcome any time.
Our account number is:

IBAN: AT082011131003100735 BIC: GIBAATWWXXX

the account name: “Totales Theater”.
Please fill in “Crowd Funding” as purpose of payment.

Thank you very much!

Markus Kupferblum