Florian Duijsens


What's up with booing? Florian Duijsens watches Schauspiel Köln's The Cherry Orchard and tries to make sense of a Theatertreffen tradition. more

Opinion 3 Comments

Stückemarkt, the theoretical sibling of the Theatertreffen family, offered up panel discussions and an explanation on the characteristics of German theatre. The discussions may have been ill-conceived, but the eplanation was exceptional. more


Theatertreffen has been presenting the 10 best plays from the German-speaking world since 1964. This year, five come with English surtitles. more

Theatre & Dance

Get ready: on May 6, Berlin begins buzzing with theatrical energy as Theatertreffen hits the scene. This year EXBERLINER teams up with Theatertreffen blog to give you coverage of the drama. more

Theatre & Dance

EXBERLINER will now be bringing you a new review online each week! This week, explore the New York poetry underground in a revealing and surprising memoir of love, sex, and words by Eileen Myles. more

What's On

Berlin's maven of English lit and founder of the ever-evolving Dialogue Books shares her highlights of 2010. more

What's On

ON NOW! For 11 days this month (Sept 15-25), Berlin will be aflutter with foreign words. More than 150 international writers are coming to town to celebrate Eastern Europe in particular, and literature in general... more

What's On

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