Teresa Vittucci-DOOM ©Byron Gago 2-KLEIN
Teresa Vittucci-DOOM ©Byron Gago 1-KLEIN
Teresa Vittucci-DOOM ©Byron Gago 3-KLEIN

In DOOM, Teresa Vittucci, in collaboration with Colin Self, explores the origins of the female figure as created in Genesis and Greek mythology: Eve and Pandora.
The second part of Vittucci‘s trilogy in praise of vulnerability – with the first part being the Swiss Dance Prize-winning piece HATE ME, TENDER – examines the two female figures from a queer-feminist perspective. The narrative of Eve and Pandora and the role attributions that go with them were and are decisive for the position of women* in all Christian-Judaic and Abrahamic societies today.

In a poetic exploration, Vittucci and Self fathom the tension between fe- male curiosity, transgression and consequence: what risk does the deci- sion to look entail?


choreography / performance Teresa Vittucci
composition / performance Colin Self
stage Anna Wohlgemuth
lights Thomas Giger
technical director Marek Lamprecht
dramturgical advice Benjamin Egger
dramturgical support Marc Streit / Tanzhaus Zürich
production management Kira Koplin //
production OH DEAR! Zürich and OH DEAR productions
co-production Tanzhaus Zürich, Arsenic Lausanne, Théâtre St-Gervais Genève,
Sophiensæle Berlin, WUK Wien, Dampfzentrale Bern, Art Stations Foundation CH/ Muzeum Susch

supported by Stadt Zürich Kultur, Fachstelle Kultur Kanton Zürich, Pro Helvetia Schweizerische Kulturstiftung, Migros Kulturprozent, Stiftung Ernst Göhner and Stadt Wien Kultur
special thanks to Theater Neumarkt