Premiere in Krakow (June 14 – 16, 2019), Berlin (June 21+ 22) and Mülheim (June 29)
How has the present become what it is?
Kainkollektiv and the Teatr Nowy Krakow set out on a search to create a panorama of past futures and future pasts.
About 100 theatre artists and arts managers got together for the festival and network meeting XCHANGES from May 16 to 18, 2019 in Hamburg for the conclusion of the programme Szenenwechsel. In coproduction with kampnagel and supported by the Robert Bosch Stiftung the ITI organised a three-day-festival with six international performances and exchange formats, such as work groups, panels and workshops.
Two calls for proposals are open:
The Goethe-Institut Goethe continues to offer its international co-production fund, supporting cultural exchanges, and the i-Portunus pilot project has been launched, testing different approaches to short-term mobility between European countries.
In April 2019 Claudia Bosse and Abdalla Daif present their performance dialogue on difference as part of two festivals in Egypt – theater is a must in Alexandria and d-caf/downtown in Cairo. The work was developed during several research phases in Alexandria, Cairo and Vienna and is a performative dialogue in Englisch, Arabic and German about the construction of gender, ideologies and subjectivities in different realities and different geopolitical environments.
theaterwerkstatt hannover presents the Germany premiere of For Heaven’s Sake, Icarus directed by Ahmed Ezzat Elalfy performed in Arabic (with German translation).
Please not that though two members of the Egyptian team were not granted visas the performances will be adopted and nevertheless take place. Please find the press release (in German) here PM_Icarus
With its work the Robert Bosch Stiftung aspires to initiate processes of social change and make a relevant and effective contribution in its select fields. Due to the significantly changing international context, the Foundation decided to fundamentally review its programmes, to strategically realign its work, and to focus.
As part of the festival Politik im freien Theater in Munich 3. / 5. / 8. november:
GOD’S ENTERTAINMENT will turn the theater space into a KONAK (Turkish: residence) of numerous peoples and confessions: a bubbling meeting space where not just the paths but also the swords of the Occident and Orient cross.
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?
(Foto: Ronny Schönebaum)
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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