A scenic collage by and with Anette Daugardt and Uwe Neumann. Open Air.
The German poet Heinrich Heine had to spend endless nine years bedridden in Paris, from 1848 to 1856, in his "mattress tomb," as he called it, before death delivered him. Nine years that were uniquely terrible and uniquely fruitful. Some of his most beautiful texts were written here. From these and from the notes of the many visitors Heine had throughout this time, a scenic collage has been created that shows us the man and the artist Heine in all his tragedy and liveliness.