Beyoncé’s song RUN THE WORLD (GIRLS) is the starting point for the theatre project WHO RUN THE WORLD. Author and theatre director Nicoleta Esinencu from Chisinau and her German colleague Marie Bues from Stuttgart examine the situation of women in Moldova and Germany, in Eastern and Western Europe. Where are we now after 100 years of feminist movement?
Nino Haratischwilis directs her piece RADIO UNIVERSE with a German-Georgian ensemble.
One night. Six people. Two different countries. In Germany, snow is falling, in Georgia, bombs are falling. The stories, wishes and emotions are connected via the radio presenter Joe and his RADIO UNIVERSE.
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The cooperation between Brakula e. V. Hamburg and ZADARSNOVA Festiva Croatia results in a hip-hop cover of Beggar’s Opera adapted by Edo Maajkaat. A group of break dancers around Borys Shevchenko from Hamburg meet the civil scene of Zadar in the contemporary opera of the working class. For further details see the festival’s website
(Foto: Borys Shevchenko)
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The Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute Poland and the German Centre of the International Theatre Institute organize a conference on the ‘Mobility of aestehtics’ in Warsaw from Oct. 12th to 13th 2018. Together with ENICPA and On-the-move they invite artists, artistic directors of theaters and festivals as well as theatre scientists, journalists and students to discuss aspects of mobility. Those of you who would like to participate please find the OPEN CALL here.
It was supposed to be a hunt. That’s why one was on the lookout, met secretly with informants in dark corners or tried tocall Radovan Karadžić’s daughter in the Republika Srpska Parliament. That was the plan. At the end of their trip through Bosnia, however, Vernesa Berbo, Moritz Sauer and Stephanie Zurstegge had not spoken to the children of the war criminals of the Bosnian war from 1992 to 1995.
We are glad to announce the projects of this 6th round of the programme Change of Scene. The jury selected 9 new collaborative projects with partners from North Africa and Eastern Europe.
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After ‘work-in-progress’-showings of the “Wem gehört die Avantgarde? Malevich-Projekt.” in February, the group will be back on 11/12 May 2018 as part of the festival KRASS: The Krasnaya Shpana Cooperative for Artistic Research will both give a lecture and present the performative installation “An Airport named Malevich” at the Kampnagel-Garten.
The installation “Following the trace” consists of three multi media works dealing with the body as medium for mappings and performative interventions: the video installation “following the trace of water”, the audio installation “when you stand still it is the best position in the city” and audios and videos on a series of choreoraphic interventions “applied poetics in urban space”, developed in in Charkiv und Kiev in 2017 as part of a longer reserach of theatercombinat, in collaboration with urban curators.
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