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“Welcome to The Forest.
Please go ahead and take a look around.”

With that, the employees of Duncan Chem, a company that produces poisonous chemicals, are welcomed on their team-building retreat in the wilderness by park manager Hecate Thorne. Expecting nothing but a light-hearted trip to nature with some rather annoying co-workers, the Duncan Chem crew is soon confronted with a tragic turn of events when Richard Duncan, proud owner of the company, is murdered in his sleep.

Ticket reservations are closed, as all performances are fully booked.

Cast: William Jones, Jelena Taylor Botacio, Eliza Eckhart, Fernando Nunes Borba, Judith Dürig, Pascale Albrecht, Alexander Schulz, Naomi Schenkel, Gian-Luca Kuoni, Jana Eberle, Ladina Mauchle
Crew: Isabel Schmidt, Carmen Aeschbacher, Pernille Meier, Isabel Adarraga, Andrin Albrecht, Ladina Mauchle, Melina Jobbins, Gian-Luca Kuoni, Lorena Schnüriger, Pascale Albrecht, Leticia Peredo, Sinja Bucher, Nadia Hoffman, Lux Katharina Züst, Wilmari Claasen, Cédric Stüssi, Noah Lang

About

We are UZH’s devastatingly charming, fully student-run, no-drama drama club.

We meet regularly throughout the year to prepare our productions and cultivate our passion for both the performing arts and everything that goes on backstage—and to just have fun! [read more]

News

  • Q&A With the Directors

    Last spring, Carmen and Isabel, our two co-writers and co-directors of The Forest attended a colloquium on the topic “Performing Shakespeare” together at the English Seminar. As this topic fit the BPM’s 2021 production and what Isabel and Carmen did with their adaption of Macbeth perfectly, one of their classmates, Philipp Makowski, conducted a littleContinue reading “Q&A With the Directors”

  • Trailer Release

    Woohoo, here’s our trailer for our upcoming play, The Forest! Enjoy watching and go reserve your tickets here! We can’t wait to show you what we have been working on 🙂

Past
Productions

Noemi Ehrat on August Osage County in
Zürcher Studierendenzeitung

“Ein Highlight für das Publikum ist die live gespielte, speziell für die Aufführung komponierte Musik.”

Raph al Guul on The Tempest in
The Zurich English Student

To recommend this show would be an understatement.” 

Join Us!

Any UZH or ETH student is welcome!

If you want to become part of the group, be it in cast or crew, come to our meet & greet in November! [more info]

You can also support us by coming to our productions, following us on Instagram, or even becoming a sponsor!

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