Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods

All Together Now

All Together Now
All Together Now

03.12 – 06.12.2008

In a mythological world everything is sacred. There is a god hidden in every object. Man is led by myths and rituals. But the sacred is also a curse, because a god who loves can also hate. Modern man has abandoned his mythological soul. He is alone, but continues to yearn for something that he no longer understands.

In All Together Now (previously billed as the Graz Project), a group of people are looking for unity in rituals old and new. They experience deep crises, but they celebrate too. Unexpected gifts fall in their laps. Minor miracles.


artistic direction Meg Stuart | created and performed by Francisco Camacho, Hermann Heisig, Kotomi Nishiwaki, Sabile Rasiti, Frank Willens, Sigal Zouk | dramaturgy Bart Van den Eynde | installation Doris Dziersk | text Tim Etchells and Damaged Goods | costumes Jean-Paul Lespagnard | sound Douglas Henderson | light design Jan Maertens | video & visual material Vladimir Miller | production management Christine Peterges | scenery Bodo Herrmann | scenography assistant Anna Pas | costumes assistant Maria Göldenitz | production assistant Marlène Bunge | production Damaged Goods (Brussels), steirischer herbst (Graz) | support Flemish Authorities, Flemish Community Commission | thanks to Robert Henke & ABLETON LIVE, Dag Kemser, Krisana Locke & Ali von Stein, Stephanie Maher & the Ponderosa team, Peter Stamer, Sophia Stepf and all dancers who attended the rehearsals in Berlin and Graz