Erfurt '89, after the summer holidays. Anja enters the classroom. Steffen, the Nazi is still there. Moritz is gone. Janet is still there. Nicole gone. The director is still there. Unlike her husband. He also made it over. In the years 1989/90 the phenomenon of being there and being gone continues. Gradually, things of everyday life disappear that until then had been a matter of course. Instead, new ones are being added and overwriting the previously valid reality. There is hardly any time to say goodbye. Germany reunited. Can that mean less than more? What do we remember in the context of narratives of change and unification? Is there any legitimacy for the feeling of loss in this? Based on interviews by theatre maker Anika Lachnitt with artist Anja Gessenhardt and in collaboration with video artist Friederike Bérat and dramaturge Dag Lohde, Feeling A is a poetic performance of remembrance away from standardised historiography. Using the means of documentary theatre and contemporary circus, the play interweaves biographical narration of upheaval, growing up and the experience of loss, spanning the period from 1989 to the present day.