in the mirror of time

11.05.2020 - 27.05.2020

Theater an der Glocksee

Connection is the first part of the project “Plantkingdom – Fremde Welten”, a meditative 1:1 performance by Lena Kußmann.

01.05.2020 - 15.06.2020

Stiftung AlltagForschungKunst

Do you want to go on an inventive expedition? These are developed and implemented by the foundation AlltagForschungKunst, a partner of the Theatre of the Anthropocene.

07.03.2020

Bayrischer Rundfunk

Listen to the interview with Frank Raddatz on “Requiem for a Forest”.

27.02.2020

Der Standard

Article on the Theatre of the Anthropocene.

12.02.2020
7 pm

Theater bookstore Einar & Bert

Antje Boetius and Frank Raddatz on the Theater of the Anthroppcene

Panel discussion with Antje Boetius, Frank Raddatz and Dorte Lena Eilers.

08.02.2020

Thalia Theater

Nach uns die Sintflut? Religionen und Klimawandel

Reading, discussion and concert.

February 2020

Theater der Zeit

Planetary Theatre

Interview with Antje Boetius on theatre and climate change.

February 2020

Theater der Zeit

Instead of a Manifesto!

Frank Raddatz formulates 13 theses about the theatre of the Anthropocene.

22.01.2020

Zeit Online

Anthropocene: On the world stage

Read the full article on The Theatre of the Anthropocene on Zeit Online.

29.11.2019

Nachtkritik

Feeling the change

Read the full interview with Antje Boetius on “Art and climate research and the role of art in communicating climate science findings” at nachtkritik.de

19.11.2019

SWR2

Max Frisch in the literary front yard of the Anthropocene

Listen to Frank Raddatz’ radio feature on the present relevance of Max Frisch’ story “Man in the Holocene”.

31.10.2019

Nachtkritik

Climate meets Theatre

Learn more about the conference “Climate meets Theatre – On the theatrical narratability of the climate crisis” at the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Berlin on nachtkritik.de

Fall 2019

Lettre International

Future Theatre

Frank Raddatz on the Dionysian roots of the theatre of the Anthropocene.

Fall 2018

Lettre International

Stage and Anthropocene

Frank Raddatz drafts a dramatic poetry of the future.