Spoken Word Theater

who cares

Playing times
Th 01.06 · 20:00 - 21:15 Fr 02.06 · 22:00 - 23:15 Sa 03.06 · 16:00 - 17:15
75 min
Admission price

15 € | 10 € reduced + booking fee



Caligariplatz 1, 13086 Berlin
Foto: who cares

In who cares, Michael Jenitschonok shares his experiences from the everyday world of care work and talks about the (im)possibilities and pitfalls of a relationship with someone who suffers from ALS. The performer and ventilation nurse pursues the questions of what a nurse can have to do with a chief inspector and what the care debate can have to do with a bank robber: is it a political manifesto, relationship advice giver, canonization or an act of desperation? You can decide that for yourself.

Event notes

A follow-up discussion to "who cares" will be held on June 1.


There is no continuous, step-free and level access (incl. curb ramp) from the street to the building and to the event area with a width of at least 150 cm. The stage is located on the second floor and can only be reached via a staircase with 19 steps, a handrail and a width of 1.20 meters. There are no accessible parking spaces available, but wheelchair accessible sanitary facilities are available. There is space for wheelchairs or walkers in the event hall/area (but no ground-level access) and there is the option of special suitable seating reservation and/or to enter the hall ahead of time. Advance registration is requested.

The performance will be in German and is suitable for audiences 15 years and older.

Contact: Nils Foerster
E-mail: info@nils-foerster.de
Phone: 0177 430 61 51


Performance & Music: Michael Jenitschonok
Director: Hans Morgeneyer
Dramaturgy: Wiebke Hensle
Costume & stage: Johanna Walesch
Light: Hans Balzer


Michael Jenitschonok is musician, clown, freelance nurse and specialist in out-of-hospital ventilation; clown training with Eva Paula Pick in Kaiserslautern (since 2005) and with Nose to Nose (Ange

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Hans Morgeneyer studied acting at the Manchester Metropolitan School of Theater and, in addition to his work as an actor, also works as an author and translator (English-German) for voiceover and d

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Wiebke Hensle has been working as a freelance dramaturge, musician and performer with various artists and groups since 2008.

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Johanna Walesch studied music (violin) and has lived in Berlin since 2008. Next to her In addition to her teaching and musical activities, she is a coach for musicians.

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Supported by the district of Pankow and VG Wort (Neustart Kultur) In cooperation with BRAND.


Th 01.06 · 20:00 - 21:15
Fr 02.06 · 22:00 - 23:15
Sa 03.06 · 16:00 - 17:15