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The lockdowns across Europe this spring also brought the theatre universities to standstill at the beginning. Questions of how theatre should be made and performed under the conditions of social and physical distancing and how this will change art, possibly indefinitely, naturally have few answers, instead we face new challenges. How can you finish your degree in times like these? And what situation awaits you afterwards? In three video talks with theatre-makers at the end of their training and beginning of their careers, insights will be offered into how young people in Europe are dealing with this situation.

Sun 15.11.

16:00 - 17:00



Background info

16:00 - 17:00

Sun 15.11

Fri 13.11. - Sat 14.11

12:00 - 13:00


work talks

Young European Directing

in Germany - Poland - Italy

German or English

Friday, 13.11., 12:00 - 13:00

Young European Directing 1 - Germany


a conversation with

Carolina de A. Cesconetto, Lena Katzer, Theresa Thomasberger

& on Video Eunsoon Jung,

Josephine Witt, Sarah Claire Wray

HfS Ultras, 4th year students in the directing department of the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts Berlin


German with English subtitles

Englische Untertitel: Anna Galt

Live stream work talks

Saturday, 14.11., 12:00 - 13:00

Young European Directing 2 – Poland

a conversation with

Karol Klugowski, Radoslaw Stepien

(students / graduates from the National Academy of Theatre Arts Kraków)

Jan Hussakowski, Agata Koszulińska

(students / graduates from the National Academy of Dramatic Arts Warsaw)



Sunday, 15.11., 16:00 - 17:00

Young European Directing 3 – Italy

a conversation with

Est Coulon / Call Monica

Alessandro Rilletti / Extragarbo et al.

Emilia Verginelli, Michael Schermi




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