Artikel-Schlagworte: „video“


Seitenrang links: Die Beteiligten

After every premiere, we ask one audience member four questions about their experience during the show.

Die Beteiligten: Seitenrang links from theatertreffen-blog on Vimeo.


Konradin Kunze auf Skype

Stefan Konarske as young journalist and Seyneb Saleh as the daughter of the hotel porter in Konradin Kunze's "foreign angst". Foto: Piero Chiussi

In foreign angst, Stückemarkt playwright Konradin Kunze sets a German sort-of journalist in a sort-of Arabic country, war-torn and rundown and, simply put, not the way Kunze’s protagonist imagined it. The play explores the German „Angst“ (fear) of what’s strange to us, but Kunze says you can pronounce the title any way you like – although an English „foreign“ and German „Angst“ fits the piece’s multilingual leanings. After the reading of his play I talked with Kunze via Skype, that faithful friend that so often accompanies us when we travel far from home.

Warning: German ahead!

Konradin Kunze Interview from theatertreffen-blog on Vimeo.

Below are some tidbits about Kunze and his work that didn’t fit into our Skype interview. (mehr …)


Seitenrang links: Testament

After every premiere, we ask one audience member four questions about their experience during the show. For Testament, the 2011 Theatertreffen’s first production to use video prominently, our „fast critique“ is a short movie.

Seitenrang Links: Testament (She She Pop) from theatertreffen-blog on Vimeo.


Water, water everywhere

The first of this year’s invited productions, Das Werk/Im Bus/Ein Sturz, is actually three shorter plays, written by Austrian playwright Elfriede Jelinek and directed by Karin Beier, artistic director of Schauspiel Köln. The third piece, Ein Sturz, has water in it. A lot of water. Yesterday, before the premiere, I got the chance to sit in on a technical rehearsal on the main stage. I tried to capture a bit of that experience on film.

Ein Sturz: Water and Technical Rehearsal from theatertreffen-blog on Vimeo.