* Callcenter Übermorgen at Heidelberger Stückemarkt *

Photo: Michael Bennett

Theater Heidelberg
29. Apr 2015: 6:30 pm and 8:30 pm, Zwinger (reserve tickets)

What could my life look like had I followed a different path? Callcenter Übermorgen (Callcenter – The Day After Tomorrow) is a telephone journey, taking you through voice-activated menus and decision labyrinths, past the dizzying heights and depressive depths of a 21st century life under the pressure of self-optimisation.

Preenacting Europe on tour

Interrobang - Preenacting Europe

Kana Theatre Szczecin
8., 9. Jan 15
Junges Theater Göttingen
5., 6. Feb 15
Schauspiel Leipzig
10., 11. Apr 15
HELLERAU – European Center for the Arts Dresden
17., 18. Apr 15
zeitraumexit Mannheim
24., 25. Apr 15
Archa Theatre Prague and Goethe-Institut Prague
Fall 15 (dates tbc)
Special location:
former Czechoslovakian parliament

Next premiere:
To Like or Not To Like. A Big Data Game

Interrobang - To Like or Not To Like

To Like or Not To Like investigates the age of “digital renaissance” and its society that has just begun to realize the possibilities and risks of a digitalized world.
Schauspiel Leipzig
11. June 15, further dates: 13.-14. June, 5.-8. July 15
Sophiensaele Berlin
23., 24., 28., 29., 30. Oct. 15

Radio play of the month:
“Ich als Großprojekt”


Till Müller-Klug’s new radio play “Ich als Großprojekt” has won the prize “Hörspiel des Monats” by the Akademie der Darstellenden Künste. You’ll find information and extracts from the play (in German language) here.

Performing Stories

Photo: Janet Cardiff / Her Long Black Hair

Nina Tecklenburg’s book about new narrative practices in performing arts is out: Performing Stories. Erzählen in Theater und Performance.
Collecting things, reading traces, retelling performances, tailoring identities, gaming narration: this book offers a new perspective on narrative beyond written language and drama. A fundamental guide on storytelling in contemporary theatre.

Language Lab Babylon – radio play version


What would a world be like in which languages were developed by private companies? Winner of Kurd-Laßwitz prize 2012 and nominated for the German audio book award 2014: Till Müller-Klug’s radio play Language Lab Babylon (Sprachlabor Babylon) has been published as a book with CD. Radio play director: Thomas Wolfertz. Dramaturgy: Isabel Platthaus. Production: WDR. You’ll find more information about Interrobang’s performance of the same title here.

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