THE BEST IS YET TO COME (photo©Kristian Breitenbach)
THE BEST IS YET TO COME (photo©Kristian Breitenbach)
THE BEST IS YET TO COME (photo©Kristian Breitenbach)

THE BEST IS YET

TO COME

We have learned that negative thoughts result in negative events and that positive thoughts attract happiness. As a result, we have freed ourselves of our negative thoughts, negative feelings, negative friends, negative family members, negative superiors, everything negative in our lives. Things are much better now. Because who is poor, sick or stupid, is just caught in poor, sick or stupid thoughts, says Positive Psychology. We are the makers of our own happiness.

 

As much as we long for happiness and positive feelings, thoughts and world views, the more we reject everything negative. Can a life without pain and suffering be fulfilling at all? Are we really happy or do we just pretend to be happy? THE BEST IS YET TO COME is a humorous performance about the contradictory state of optimism, a journey of two people on stage testing different strategies such as worst case scenarios to prepare themselves for better lives.

Performance

Léonard Bertholet & Rebecca Weingartner

Dramaturgy

Matthias Mooij

Light

Marco Gianini

Photos

Kristian Breitenbach

Carte Blanche Production

Theater Roxy Birsfelden

Supported by

Edith Maryon Stiftung