Homo Deus Frankenstein

Homo Deus Frankenstein

Our society is changing at an incredible speed.
Everything suddenly seems to be automated and digitized.
Sometimes even our emotions.
A violent but also exciting world to be young now!

KOPERGIETERY, MakeMake Produktionen (Vienna), I SOLISTI, KLARAFESTIVAL & the Shäxpir Festival (Linz) would like to shape this artistically in a
musical and cinematic experience for children and families. Five top musicians and performers Marjan De Schutter and Martina Rössler will enter into a dialogue with composer Frederik Neyrinck and director Johan De Smet & Sara Ostertag with a unique film by Kenneth Michiels.

Starting from the themes in the work Frankenstein (Mary Shelly) and Faust (Goethe), a contemporary story is created in which humans and robots try to become a better version of themselves. The war of robots, a GPS route to our heart, Frankenstein, on the tea site at a cyborg ....
Homo Deus Frankenstein will be a performance that reads and listens as one exciting big musical cartoon, around the many substantive questions that we ask ourselves today:

What is feasible in a young life?
Why do we so like to create 'better versions' of ourselves on social media?
Are we who we are or how we show ourselves?
When will we sell a piece of ourselves for the sake of self-interest?
Where is that difficult boundary between vulnerability and perfection


The opening night of Homo Deus Frankenstein took place at KLARAFESTIVAL, a music, opera and music theatre festival in Belgium.
The show will be presented in Ghent season 2019-2020. 


"Two actresses - Marjan de Schutter and Martina Rösler - are amazing in their acting performance and dance and represent man and robot between whom the difference has faded." Volksblatt, review Eva Hammer

PRODUCTION: KOPERGIETERY, KGbe, I SOLISTI & makemake produktionen

CONCEPT & CREATION: Johan De Smet & Sara Ostertag
COMPOSER: Frederik Neyrinck
ENSEMBLE: I SOLISTI met Tomonori Takeda (klarinet), Francis Pollet (fagot en muzikale leiding), Simon Van Hoecke (trompet), Jan Smets (trombone), Carlo Willems (percussie)
PLAY: Marjan De Schutter, Martina Rösler
CINEAST: Kenneth Michiels
COSTUMES: Leentje Kerremans, Valerie Le Roy
LIGHT DESIGN: Jeroen Doise
SOUND: Korneel Moreaux
TECHNIQUE: Jan Bekaert, Jeroen Doise, Korneel Moreaux
PRODUCTION MANAGERS: Karel Clemminck, Gielke Smet


With the support of the Tax Shelter measure of the Belgian Federal Government, the City of Vienna, The Austrian Cultural Forum Brussels and Embassy of Belgium, Delegation of Flanders.