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PREMIERE:
Preenacting Europe / 23. May 2014 / 8pm

Further performances:
24. / 27. / 28. May 2014: Sophiensæle Berlin
27. September 2014: Schwankhalle Bremen
January 2015: Teatr Kana Szezecin
14. / 15. January 2015: Archa Theatre Prague and Goethe Institut Prag
5. / 6. February 2015: Junges Theater Göttingen
17. / 18. April 2015: Hellerau – European Center of the Arts Dresden
24. / 25. April 2015: zeitraumexit Mannheim


Europhone

End of February our interactive research installation – the Europhone – has started its journey through Europe in order to collect opinions about the future of Europe. The recorded material will serve us as a basis for our new project Preenacting Europe.

Current Europhone locations:

Archa Theatre Prag / Goethe-Institut Prag:
29. April – 15. May 2014, lecture-performance with Nina Tecklenburg and Till Müller-Klug: 29th April, 7pm:
http://www.goethe.de/ins/cz/pra/ver/cs12673873v.htm.
Hellerau – European Center for the Arts Dresden:
8. – 28. April 2014 (location: Gerberbau of the Technischen Universität Dresden, Bergstraße 53, Department of Political Science)
Teatr Kana Szczecin:
until the 13th of April 2014
(TV-report on the Europhone: http://teleexpress.tvp.pl/14373073/eurofon)
Europhone2_Dirk Lutz


Preenactment series

For the 2012/13 and 2013/14 seasons we are testing a new performance format: the Preenactment. Different to the backward-looking idea of reenactment, the Preenactment explores exemplary present-day phenomena and, using performance and theatrical means, transposes them into the future. Current political and social tendencies, that effect our daily life are thus amplified, exaggerated and together with the public acted out and tested in a communicative set-up – the future as experience. The Preenactment series is part of our Doppelpass-partnership together with Sophiensæle Berlin.


Performing Stories – Out Now!

Nina Tecklenburg’s book about new narrative practices in performing arts is out.
It’s called Performing Stories and you can buy it here.
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