PREISE DER FESTIVALJURY: 1. George Mann: ODYSSEE & Ibrahim Miari: DAZWISCHEN (ex aequo) / 2. Narine Grigoryan: MEINE FAMILIE IST IN MEINEM KOFFER / 3. Corin Rhys Jones: 300 TO 1 /// Extrapreis: Mai Rojas: DIE LEGENDE VOM FAUN / DIE REISE /// Sonderpreis: Asnat Zibil: EXODUS AUS ÄGYPTEN /// PREISE DER FESTIVAL-ORGANISATOREN: Chris Davis: ONE-MAN APOCALYPSE / Yokko: BUTOH MEDEA

PRIZES OF THE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL JURY: 1. George Mann: ODYSSEY & Ibrahim Miari: IN BETWEEN (ex aequo) / 2. Narine Grigoryan: MY FAMILY IS IN MY SUITCASE / 3. Corin Rhys Jones: 300 TO 1 /// Extra Prize: Mai Rojas: LEGEND OF THE FAUN / THE VOYAGE /// Special Prize: Asnat Zibil: EXODUs FROM EGYPT /// PRIZES OF THE FESTIVAL ORGANIZERS: Chris Davis: ONE-MAN APOCALYPSE / Yokko: BUTOH MEDEA

NARINE GRIGORYAN

my familiy in my suitcase


Sunday, November 11|18:00|Schauspielhaus (Studio)


Language: Russian (with German surtitles) |Running time: ca. 60 min.


Performed by NARINE GRIGORYAN
from SARA NALBANDYAN with NARINE GRIGORYAN

It’s war in Nagorno-Karabakh in 1992. A family with three children gets a chance to rescue one family member. The choice falls on the little Narinka. However, it is impossible to get a free place in a helicopter to Armenia. There are always too many injured, disabled, elderly people and children, and the aircrafts are full.

Narinka’s grandfather takes her to the airfield every day, but it’s always the same – no seat available. While her grandfather attempts to negotiate a place for her, Narinka waits in the car – alone with her fears, memories and dreams. The past makes her happy, the future worries her, and the present is like a bad fairy tale. The protagonist of this fairy tale is her father, who was deported to an Azerbaijani jail.

MY FAMILY IN MY SUITCASE is based on actual events in the family history of the acclaimed Armenian actress and director Narine Grigoryan. Already in 2014, she thrilled the audience in Kiel with her performance DZIN. A POEM, for which she was awarded the prize of the festival directors. One of her movie roles was Yeva, a young woman who escapes her influential in-laws with her daughter after her husband’s tragic death in YEVA, the Armenian entry for the best foreign-language film at the Academy Awards in 2018.


Directed by Narine Grigoryan
Stage Design Viktoria Riedo-Hovhannessian
Music Design Arthur Manukyan


Armenien Armenia

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