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With its heady mix of radical work and discussions on the future of art and the creative process, Berlin’s Theatertreffen is always a politically charged affair. Annegret Märten meets organisers and attendees of the festival to explore how international affairs are making their mark on the German-speaking theatre ecosystem. Berlin’s Theatertreffen has always been a political affair, […]
Here’s an overview over all the dialogue reviews and critical discussion on Exeunt and other pages I’ve participated in. May 2017: Long Theatertreffen Dialogue with Lee Anderson in which we talk about 89/90, Three Easy Pieces und Die Borderline Prozession January 2016: New Mourning Exeunt contributors think about how the internet has changed our experience of […]
When he turns away a Catholic priest from a delusional dying girl, esteemed director of a private clinic, the Jewish Professor Bernhardi staggers unwittingly into a political affair. His selfish peers manipulate facts to whip up a scandal and play off latent anti-Semitic resentments. What begins as a small confrontation between two men culminates in […]
Eurydice (Jule Böwe) would prefer to stay in Hades instead of returning to her husband Orpheus (Renato Schuch), a wannabe-Morrissey who desperately needs her back to boast his own ego. With Schatten (Eurydike sagt) – Shadow (Eurydice Speaks) – Nobel Prize-winner Elfriede Jelinek continues to twist the cultural canon to tease out the misogyny that nestles all […]