About Interrobang - Who
Interrobang are Nina Tecklenburg and Till Müller-Klug. From 2013 to 2023, Lajos Talamonti was a part of the group and has been an associate partner since 2023. Interrobang collaborates in various constellations with partners from different fields. Long-term collaborations include Christiane Kühl, Selma Böhmelmann, Lisa Großmann, Peggy Mädler, and Kaja Jakstat (Dramaturgy), Friedrich Greiling (Music), Florian Fischer, Manus Nijhoff, and Georg Werner (Creative Coding), Lajos Talamonti, Bettina Grahs, and Elisabeth Lindig (Performance and Play Development), Sandra Fox and Silke Bauer (Set Design, Costume), Dirk Lutz (Lighting Design), Jürgen Fehrmann and Julia Elger (Graphic Design and Animation), Gernot Wöltjen (Video), Paula Reissig (Photography), and Tina Ebert (Public Relations).
Since 2012, we have been producing and showcasing our works in an international context, including venues such as HAU – Hebbel am Ufer, Sophiensaele (as part of “Doppelpass,” funded by the Federal Cultural Foundation), HELLERAU – European Center for the Arts, Archa Theatre Prague, Ivan Franko Theater Kiev, Meyerhold Center Moscow, Ruhrfestspiele, Heidelberger Stückemarkt, Internationales figuren.theater.festival, STUDIO theatregallery Warsaw, ARGEkultur Salzburg, among others.
Since 2022, we have been realizing our works in co-production with HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin: in 2022, the hybrid performance Chat-Inferno, in 2023, the international digital co-production COMMUNE AI, and in 2024, the hybrid performance CHATBOT DIRECTOR.
Founding member of Interrobang. Performance maker, theater scholar, and professor of theater and performance at Bard College Berlin. As co-director, performer, and dramaturge, she has realized numerous projects since 2002 and has collaborated with various artists and performance groups, including She She Pop, Gob Squad, Lone Twin Theatre, Baktruppen, Rabih Mroué, and Reckless Sleepers. In 2017-18, she served as a guest professor in the Department of Directing at the Ernst Busch University of Drama.Her book on new narrative practices in contemporary theatre and performance “Performing Stories” was published by transcript and was published in 2022 in an english translation edited by Richard Schechner and published by Seagull Books.
Founding member of Interrobang. He studied Applied Theater Studies with Professor Andrzej Wirth in Gießen and earned his doctorate on Nietzsche’s theater projections. Until the early 2000s, he was active in the international spoken-word scene. He wrote and realized numerous plays and radio dramas. Europa, ein Plagiate-Saga (WDR 2012) and Ich als Großprojekt (WDR 2015) were selected as Radio Play of the Month by the German Academy of Performing Arts. Sprachlabor Babylon won the Kurd Laßwitz Prize and was nominated for the German Audiobook Award. His play Der Minusmensch premiered at the Schauspiel Leipzig in the autumn of 2016 and ran for several seasons in the repertoire.