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In four live discussions, we are going online with European theatre-makers to pursue questions that bring theatre work together with related social issues. We’ll explore the reasons and possibilities for thinking in local and international networks, talk about the urgency of working against climate change, about old and new power structures and criticism of them, and finally about the art of meeting the audience.

In four talks, European theatre artists will give us an insight into what they think and do. The talks will be streamed live on this website. The talks will be in English with simultaneous interpreting into German.       


Sun 15.11.

11:30 am - 1:00 pm



Thu 12.11. - Sat 14.11.

16:00 - 17:30

Aftershow chat




English, with German live translation


Thursday, November 12th, 4: 00-5: 30 pm & chat  until  18:00

Theatre & Networking – the art,

 of thinking locally and globally

Oana Mardare & Doru Taloş

/ Reactor, Cluj

Gundega Laivina

/ Latvijas Jaunā teātra institūts, Riga

Lou Colombani

/ Plateform Parallèle, Marseille

Magda Bizarro

/ Teatro Nacional D. Maria II, Lissabon 

Carena Schlewitt

/ HELLERAU – European Centre of the Arts, Dresden

Presentation: Anna Fastabend

Saturday,  14.11., 16: 00-17: 30 & chat  until  18:00

Working on reality – how to act politcally in the art

Sonya Lindfors

/ Choreographer, Theatre maker, Finland

Banafshe Hourmazdi

/ Actor, Theatre maker, Germany

Wiktor Bagiński

/ Theatre director, Poland

Ragnhild Freng Dale

/ Anthropologist, Theatre critic, Performer, Norway

Presentation: Bernhard Siebert

Sunday,  November 15, 11: 30-13: 00 & chat  until  13:30

The touchables - about the art, to encounter the audience

Ambrus Ivanyos

/ Theatre maker, Hungary

Celine Daemen

/ Theatre maker, The Netherlands

Laura Kuusk

/ Visual artist, Estonia

Studio Beisel

/ Theatre makers, Germany

Üüve-Lydia Toompere & Siim Töniste

/ Theatre makers, Estonia

Tanya Beyeler

/ Theatre maker, Spain

Presentation: Anna Fastabend

Friday,  13.11., 16: 00-17: 30 & chat  until  18:00

Theatre & climate – on a necessary task

Hannes Dereere, Silke Huysmans

/ Theatre makers, Belgium

Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė

/ Film- & Theatre director, Lithuania

Monique Hamelmann

/ Theatre director, Germany

Paula Albrecht

/ Student, Germany

Silja Gruner

/ Festival dramaturg, Switzerland

Markus Egermann

/Leibniz-Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development, Germany


Presentation: Bernhard Siebert

Click here for the audience chat

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