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Fast Forward Festival Workshop

Fast Forward Festival Workshop

live & online

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Exciting projects & open questions: The working situation for theatre makers is complicated at times. Here they can compare notes.

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English & German with German & English live interpreting

duration

150

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locations

Kleines Haus

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Kleines Haus Staatsschauspiel Dresden

Glacisstr. 28

01099 Dresden

KH Mitte

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12. Nov. 2022

09:30

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FAST FORWARD FESTIVAL WORKSHOP

live & online on www.fastforw.art › free entrance

The festival workshop aims to bring people together and create a forum for experiences and useful knowledge. In it, theatre-makers will introduce their projects, talk about their working conditions, their dreams, what they have and what they wish they had. It’s about sharing ideas, finding inspiration, discussion and planting the seeds for new networks. There’s no real predefined goal, but we want to ask what conditions theatre is made in today. Of course, there are always issues of individual survival, but ultimately theatre cannot exist without a social environment and without an audience.

In two rounds, on Saturday and Sunday morning, we’ll talk to four theatremakers about their projects and their situation. Some will be present live in Dresden, others will join us online. The workshop is also accessible to everyone online via the live stream and a live chat on www.fastforw.art to connect them with all the live participants. Each talk will take around 20 minutes. After the four talks and a short break, there’ll be one hour to ask questions, listen to the answers and discuss.


WHAT WE DO

Saturday, 12.11.2022, 10.30 – 13.00 › Kleines Haus Mitte

English & German with German & English live interpreting

Netherlands, Belgium: The spoken-word artist and director Elisabeth Severino Fernandes completed her bachelor’s in directing and teaching, because she’s interested in the emancipatory potential of the performing arts.

Kosovo: In 2018, the director Alban Beqiraj co-founded an international music and theatre festival in a rural area called “Under the Plow of Time”. The 2022 edition is dedicated to the poet and activist Jusuf Gërvalla.

Ireland: Signe Lury and Doris de Vries are members of Gift Horse Theatre, an independent ensemble “exploring stories past & present as part of a playful, forward-thinking, environmentally-conscious theatre”.

Sweden: The director Marie Nikazm Bakken is the artistic director of the Turteatern just outside Stockholm, a publicly funded theatre with a unique artistic profile: a “theatre without reactionaries”.


WHAT WE NEED

Sunday, 13.11.2022, 10.30 – 13.00 › Kleines Haus Mitte

English & German with German & English live interpreting

Serbia: Ivana Janošev and Ivan Vanja Alač recently graduated from a degree in directing at the Academy of Theatre in Novi Sad and tell us about their situation. 

Germany: Students from the Dresden University of Fine Arts summarise what their questions about and needs for the future are. 

Turkey: The actor, director and translator Senem Cevher shares her thoughts about theatre training in Turkey and elsewhere. 

Ukraine: Evangelos Kosmidis and Andrii Palatny reporting about a theatre project in Mariupol (see Projects with Artists from Ukraine)


Chaired by Heli Meisterson