in the mirror of time

17. - 19.06.2021

Forum Anthropozän

Antje Boetius at the 4th Forum Anthropozän

The 4th Forum Anthropozän will take place between 17 and 19 June. Antje Boetius and other guests will discuss about the reconciliation of man and nature as well as about the transformation of our economic system-

from 01.06.2021

Long Night of the Sciences

The TdA at the Long Night of the Sciences

This year the Long Night of the Sciences will take place digitally. The Theatre of the Anthropocene is represented with several video contributions.

03.05.2021

Adlershof - science at work

Walking across Water

The experimental laboratory “AnthropoScenes” starts on 1 July. This transdisciplinary project is coordinated by the Theatre of the Anthropocene and the Integrative Research Institute on Transformations of Human-Environment Systems (IRI THESys) and focuses on the topic of water.

22.04.2021

Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Fire, Water, Earth, Air - Thinking of Nature as a Network

Listen here to the Zeitfragen feature on the approach of understanding the Earth as a whole. Antje Boetius is also featured as an interview partner.

18.04.2021

mdr

How do we relate with nature?

Watch Antje Boetius in the discussion series “Weimar Controversies” about the relationship between humans and nature that has gone off the rails. The event is available as a video stream as well as a podcast.

15.04.2021

der Freitag

Blind as Oedipus

“The book shows the search for a theatrical grammar for a theatre at the cutting edge of the times, which shows its audience the loss of biodiversity and melting polar ice caps,” Martina Mescher writes in her review of Frank M. Raddatz’s “Das Drama des Anthrpozäns” in the current issue of “der Freitag”.

12.04.2021

Schaubühne Lindenfels

Eine Reihe Interdisziplinäres #3

Event note: At Schaubühne Lindenfels, Antje Boetius presents the Theatre of the Anthropocene and the question of how art and science can network.

12.04.2021
10:00 am

Folkwang Universität der Künste

Ausnahmezustand

Event note: See Antje Boetius in the online symposium on the question of whether, in the face of constantly successive crises, the state of emergency is gradually becoming our new normality?

07.04.2021

Theater der Zeit

Das Drama des Anthropozäns

New publication: Frank M. Raddatz’s book on the role of theatre in the emerging planetary age is now available. In addition to an essay, it contains a conversation between Frank M. Raddatz, Antje Boetius and the historian of science Hans-Jörg Rheinberger.

April 2021

Theater der Zeit

Auch du!

Through Antje Boetius’ performance in Alexander Eisenach’s production, something quite unique emerges, Sascha Westphal writes in his review of “Anthropos, Oedipus (Tyrant)”: “Documentary theatre and tragedy converge, art and activism enter into a dialogue that even reminds one a little of Erwin Piscator’s theatre in the 1920s”.

18.03.2021

Weser Kurier

What Theatre Can Do For Climate

Inspired by the “Theater des Anthropozän”, the Bremen Shakespeare Company is planning to develop a unique performance on the topic of climate change. This idea was discussed together with Frank M. Raddatz as part of the “Netzgespräche” series.

16.03.2021
7:00 pm

Bremer Shakespeare Company

Netzgespräch 2: Was uns alle angeht - Treibende Kräfte im Klimawandel

Event note: Frank Raddatz and Gunnar Spreen on social challenges of Climate Change, the role of theatre and the relationship of sciences and arts. 

21.02.2021

Berliner Zeitung

Von Theben lernen: Der Mensch zerstört, was er beherrscht

Doris Meierhenrich’s review of the performance “Anthropos, Tyrann (Ödipus)”.

21.02.2021

Berliner Morgenpost

Volksbühne bietet einen Schwenk durch die Antike

Volker Blech’s review of the performance “Anthropos, Tyrann (Ödipus)”.

20.02.2021

SWR2

360 Grad-Premiere an der Berliner Volksbühne

Ina Beyer’‘s review of the performance “Anthropos, Tyrann (Ödipus)”.

20.02.2021

rbb24

Allianzen mit Weitblick gegen Umweltsünden

Ute Büsing‘s review of the performance “Anthropos, Tyrann (Ödipus)”.

20.02.2021

nachtkritik

Untergang, live und in Farbe​

Andrea Heinz’ review of the performance “Anthropos, Tyrann (Ödipus)”.

19.02.2021

radioeins

The Theatre of the Anthropocene at Volksbühne Berlin

Listen to the interview with Antje Boetius on the question of what drives a marine researcher to theatre.

19.02.2021
7:30 pm

Volksbühne digital

Anthropos, Tyrann (Ödipus)

Event Notice: The Theatre of the Anthropocene and the Volksbühne Berlin join forces to celebrate the resurrection of tragedy under the threats of the Anthropocene. Inspired by Sophocles’ Oedipus, this production presents a 360-degree livestream theatre experiment at the intersection of art and science.

From 14.02.2021

Volksbühne digital

Antike vor Ort

Watch the mini-mocumentary-series “Antike vor Ort” here. The video clips are part of the theatre play “Anthropos, Tyran (Ödipus)”.

February 2021

Stiftung AlltagForschungKunst

In 2020 the foundation AlltagForschungKunst, partner of the Theatre of the Anthropocene, developed and implemented the project “Erfinderische Expeditionen” (“Inventive Expeditions”). See the results of the interactive project here.

05.01.2021

Deutschlandfunk

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.

12.12.2020
10:00 am

Digital event

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.

09.12.2020

Digital event

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.

20.11.2020

Digital event

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.

14.11.2020
10:00 am

Digital event

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.

05.11.2020

Digital event

Recording: Of Humans and the Sea

A recording of the opening event of the series “ME (ER) TAMORPHOSEN : German-Chinese dialogue between science and art” can now be found online.

17.10.2020
7:00 pm

Silbersalz Festival

Event notice: With the scenic reading “Requiem for a Forest”, the Theater of the Anthropozän is invited to the Silbersalz Festival in Halle (Saale).

 

15.10.2020
2:00 am

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.

10.10.2020
10:00 am

Digital event

Of Humans and the Sea

Event Notice: Digital opening event of the series “ME (ER) TAMORPHOSEN : German-Chinese dialogue between science and art”.

03.10.2020
&
04.10.2020

Neue Bühne Senftenberg

Event notice: Guest performance of the “Theatre of the Anthropocene” at the event “Über Deutschland denken / Denken über Deutschland / Deutschland überdenken”.

30.08.2020

Berliner Zeitung

Interview with Antje Boetius on the Theatre of the Anthropocene and the challenges of global warming.

29.08.2020

To Vima

Interview with Frank Raddatz in the greek newspaper “To Vima” on the Theatre of the Anthropocene.

13.06.2020
7:30 pm

Theater a. d. Ruhr

Event notice: Antje Boetius talks about “The Climate and the Sea”. The event will be streamed on Youtube. 

06.06.2020

Radioeins

Listen to the Interview with Prof. Dr. Sabine Kunst, Prof. Dr. Antje Boetius and Dr. Frank Raddatz at the Museum für Naturkunde.

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

Antje Boetius at the Lange Nacht der Weltreligionen.

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’ 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.