in the mirror of time
The Theatre of the Anthropocene as Part of the Series "Innovationsmotor Kultur"
Listen to the interview with Frank Raddatz on new paths for theatre in the age of the Anthropocene.
Water - Resource of Life
Global Challenges and Local Solutions
Event Notice: The third event of the German-Chinese dialogue series “ME (ER) TAMORPHOSEN” takes place on Saturday, 12 December. The envorinmental scientists Li Fengting and Jörg Niewöhner will join us as guests. After the discussion there will be an exclusive screening of the film “Medea” by Su Xiaogang.
The Tragedy of Climate Change, the Utopia of the Arche, and How We are All in This Play
Antje Boetius speaks at the international online conference “Making Theatre at a Time of Global Crisis”. Watch a recording of the complete event here.
Recording: The Knowledge of Water / Literary Seafaring
A recording of the second event of the series “ME (ER) TAMORPHOSEN : German-Chinese dialogue between science and art” can now be found online.
The Knowledge of Water / Literary Seafaring
Event Notice: The second event of the German-Chinese dialogue series “ME (ER) TAMORPHOSEN” takes place on Saturday, 14 November. Participants will be the Professor for Literature and Cultural Studies Joseph Vogl and the Professor for Philosophy YU Mingfeng.
Stiftung Genshagen - Digital event
Event notice: At the opening of the “Culture and Sustainability” web platform, the President of the Humboldt University Prof. Sabine Kunst as well as Dr. Frank Raddatz (Theater des Anthropozän), Prof. Christoph Schneider (Humboldt University Berlin) and Prof. Szymon Malinowski (University of Warsaw) will discuss issues relating to art and sustainability. Afterwards a video recording of the scenic reading “Requiem for a Forest” will be shown.
Neue Bühne Senftenberg
Event notice: Guest performance of the “Theatre of the Anthropocene” at the event “Über Deutschland denken / Denken über Deutschland / Deutschland überdenken”.
Listen to the Interview with Prof. Dr. Sabine Kunst, Prof. Dr. Antje Boetius and Dr. Frank Raddatz at the Museum für Naturkunde.