Lucy Wilke, Paweł Duduś & Kim_Twiddle

SCORES THAT SHAPED OUR FRIENDSHIP is about togetherness. Artist Lucy Wilke, who was born with a hereditary muscle disease, queer dancer Paweł Duduś and e-composer Kim_Twiddle explore the liberating power of their friendship in a tender, playful and extremely sensual way. In seven chapters, the performers sketch an intimate portrait that offers insight into an alternative way of living and being. The audience beholds a tender pas de deux of touch. In a soft, cloudy landscape, Wilke and Duduś meet with investigative gestures and descriptions, and fathom a field of tensions and contradictions. They expose the norms of society and work to remove their physical boundaries.

Wilke was born in a body that is often read as a handicap. Duduś was born in Poland in 1989. They identify queer, non-binary, migrant, feminist and ally. Together they expose themselves to the public's gaze and respond to voyeurism with a radical intimacy. Male/female, victim/perpetrator, active/passive: in the imagination of these performers, such oppositions are no longer relevant. With this performance, Wilke and Duduś take a hard stand against the social exclusion of minorities. The piece defies stereotypes and common beliefs and offers the audience a glimpse of a utopia in which human interactions are filled with tenderness and honesty.

It is a story about caring and taking care; a story about constant clashes with society, and the strength that’s built to withstand them. It is a performance about sensuality and intimacy, and finally it is a celebration of friendship.

SCORES THAT SHAPED OUR FRIENDSHIP was invited to the Theatertreffen Berlin 2021 and has been awarded with the German Theatre Prize DER FAUST in the category Performer /  Actress Dance. 

Paweł Duduś and Kim_Twiddle will discuss the concept of caregiving in its relation to their work in the Topic Talk performing care. Lucy Wilke is part of blind & lame, whose concert is also part of SPRING 2023. 

This tour is supported by the Kulturreferat München

Lucy Wilke is a multi-talented artist known for her work as a singer, actress, dancer, author, and director. She is also the lead singer of the band blind & lame and tours extensively throughout Germany. Despite her SMA, she continues to pursue her passion for the arts and dark humor, which is evident in her screenplays, short films, and plays. Wilke received her education from the International Munich Art Lab, where she developed her singing and voice acting skills. She has played various leading roles in productions such as Extaze and Swan Lake with the dance ensemble Abart. In 2017, she performed in Fucking Disabled by David von Westphalen, followed by Anthropomorphia and Sein - Show der Begegnung. In 2020, Wilke staged her own piece, SCORES THAT SHAPED OUR FRIENDSHIP, in collaboration with Paweł Duduś at Schwere Reiter in Munich and the Münchner Kammerspiele. This production won the prestigious " Der Faust" Award for Best Dance Performance in 2020 and was invited to the Berliner Theatertreffen in 2021.

Paweł Duduś is a queer-non binary-migrant-feminist-ally born in Poland in August 1989. Their artistic expression is influenced by their experiences in dance, theatre, and performance art. They have worked with artists such as David Bloom, David von Westphalen, Mor Shani, Martina Rösler, Alessandro Sciarroni, and Alexander Gottfarb. They are shaped by their socio-political sensitivity, which is influenced by living and working in different places. One of their important experiences was onlyloveisreal, a research project on intimacy, love, and self-care with Laura Eva Meuris. In 2020, Duduś completed a degree in Sexological Bodywork and Somatic Sexual Education and co-founded SKINSHIP, which offers workshops on intimacy, touch, consent, and erotic embodiment to queer, trans, non-binary, intersex, agender, genderfluid, and femme bodies.

Kim Ramona Ranalter, alias Kim_Twiddle, is a non-binary artist who blends various art forms and technical trades in both physical and virtual spaces. They are a founding member of the WUT e.V. queer-feminist collective and have collaborated with different ensembles and artists on diverse projects, including SCORES THAT SHAPED OUR FRIENDSHIP, Amsterdam, and Alles Gold nichts Glänzt. Kim specializes in composing and sound design in electronic music, drawing on different genres and using analog electronic sound devices from the early 2000s. They have also created soundscapes for multimedia installations, theater plays, and audio-visual exhibitions in public-virtual spaces, such as the stereoscopic virtual reality game Parcour.

Idea & Concept: Lucy Wilke und Paweł Duduś

Performance: Lucy Wilke, Paweł Duduś und Kim Ramona Ranalter

E-Composition & Live-Music: Kim Ramona Ranalter

Stage Design: Theresa Scheitzenhammer, Alexander Wilke

Light Design: Barbara Westernach

Technical direction: Iris Rohr

Outside Eye: Tamara Pietsch, David Bloom

Artistic production management: Rat & Tat Kulturbüro

Tour-Management: Kira Koplin


Photos used: Jean-Marc Turmes en Martina Marini-Misterioso 



24/05/2023 19:00 tickets sold out cancelled Waiting list

25/05/2023 21:00 tickets sold out cancelled Waiting list


€17,50 / €14,50




SPRING 2023 


Duration: 60 minutes

Language: English and German with English surtitles

Accessibility: a limited amount of wheelchair seats is available. 

Besides single tickets, SPRING also offers passe-partouts for the whole festival and daypasses for Fri 19, Sat 20, Sun 21, Fri 26, and Sat 27 May.


SPRING passe-partout