I'm more the actress. So I was a bit, not surprised, because I knew there was going to be a lot of dancing, but we dance a lot on different objects and stuff. I didn't expect that but I enjoy it. I didn't expect the objects for the performance. I imagined it would be more us on a big structure and we're sticking to that. [...] I'm used to direct and straight acting in theatre when you have an audience. But it's really nice to evolve and adapt, to have to move the audience and think about it. It's about thinking about the audience in a different way than I'm used to.
Actress in the Power of Diversity - the Crossing Lines Project.
Excerpt of the article: - A Summer in Freiburg, by María Fernández Aragón - from the book about the project.
Published by Theater der Zeit Verlag