UWE ist back at Theaterakademie August Everding!
Get ready for our varied lineup with 12 international guest performances, workshops, discussions, installations and networking ...
Die musikalische Lösung eines Labyrinths
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Installation by Benjamin Truong
For 10 people at a time
We all want to get somewhere all the time, but isn’t the way to our goal much more interesting than the Goal itself?! During the installative performance of Benjamin Truong different paths will be drawn through labyrinths and set to music afterwards.
Installation by Gineke Pranger
To work as a cleaner can go with stigmatisation. But it also gives money, appreciation, trust and most importantly time for thinking. During this time Gineke Pranger developed an installation which invites the audience to join into an auditive still life. In an abstract way she tells stories of cleaning and polluting.
Thursday, June 20, 2019
Tickets: admission free / tickets at box office
Welcome UWE, who is back at Theaterakademie August Everding!
Friday, June 21, 2019
Diskursfrühstück: My favourite season is the fall of the patriarchy
A discussion about images of feminity in theatre, the artistic deconstruction of powerful men and visions of the future. Guests: dramaturg Theresa Schlesinger (Theater.Frauen) and performer Halina Martha Jäkel (YES WE TORTURED SOME FOLKS).
Tickets: € 8 / red. € 5
Paris: Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique (CNSAD)
Language: french, english surtitles
Examining the historiography of the Red Brigades in Italy in-between radical left-wing and right-wing extremist perspectives ... learn more
Saturday, June 22, 2019
What are the “Ziele 3000” about? Can we change theatre institutions? Let’s kill so called “Theaterfolklore” and come into conversation. Lisa Jopt, Johannes Lange and Pirmin Sedlmeir will answer your questions.
Sunday, June 23, 2019
Diskursfrühstück: Solidarity is power
What would it take for a city to function in a solidary way? Which structural changes are necessary in the field of performing arts? Guests: director Miriam Ibrahim and director Caroline Kapp.