WHO RUN THE WORLD von Nicoleta Esinencu am Theater Rampe, Foto: Ronny Schönebaum
RADIO UNIVERSE von Nino Haratischwili, Hessisches Landestheater Marburg und Tumanishvili Film Actors Theatre Tiflis. Foto: Kathrin Sander Continue reading
BATTLER'S OPERA von Brakula e.V., Hamburg @ ZadARSnova Festival, Foto: Mario Ilic Continue reading
ESCAPE ROOM EUROPE / hannsjana und STEREO Akt (Foto: Marie Weich) Continue reading
EQUINOX / Grotest Maru und I-act + The Alternative Theatre Group Continue reading
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Xchanges in May in Hamburg

For the conclusion of the programme Change of Scene the festival and network meeting Xchanges from May 16 to 18 at kampnagel, Hamburg is all about key questions on international cooperation. To share experiences gained, to think of future network possibilities, to discuss principles of solidary collaboration and suitable funding schemes.
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Current Calls

Three calls for proposals are open:
ifa offers internationals grants, ITI invites translators to apply for a workshop in Mülheim, Teatro dell’Argine hosts an international PractitionersLAB: The Art of Dialogue

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God’s Entertainment: CONVAKATARY KONAK

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)

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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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