Theatre en Iomauna Media GmbH Wed, 29 Oct 2014 13:55:00 GMT Be Part of Something Bigger The concept of the collective comes under fire as Gob Squad celebrates their 20th anniversary, marking the milestone with a weekend of performances, films, talks and music at HAU 1 and 2.

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We Are Tomorrow A look back on Germany's colonial past, with performances, films, workshops, and a concert by the Pan-African Groove Collective and an interdisciplinary jam session for the opening on Nov 15. Through Feb 26, 2015.

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Visible Undercurrent Peter Pleyer's exploration of how some of Berlin's biggest choreographers draw influence from the post-Judson scene of 1980s and 1990s New York, with reconstructions, archive researches and new material. Through Nov 15.

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The Life and Death of Martin Luther King: America Dreams and Nightmares In town for two days only, the combination of documentary realism with song and drama delivers a picture of the great orator, activist and egalitarian and his troubled and short life. Starts 11:00 and 19:00.

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Voicing Resistance A month of international performances addressing resistance in many politically unstable countries, with a varied programme including talks and concerts. Opens with Die Verwundeten with Angela Merkel. Through Dec 7.

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Life is Perfect A poetic documentation of the unpredictability of reality and the contradictions of life at the present time, with a touch of magical realism to create a fantastic story of an absurd world on stage.

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Andere Formen – Berlin Showcase A week-long festival of puppetry, figures and object theatre presented mainly by Berlin-based producers and artists, with imaginative story-telling pieces for the children and technical arty stuff for the adults.

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Berlin Showcase – Andere Formen Festival A week-long festival of puppetry, figures and object theatre presented mainly by Berlin-based producers and artists, with imaginative story-telling pieces for the children and technical arty stuff for the adults.

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That Night Follows Day A group of children describe their relationship to the adult world, addressing it: “you wash us, you dress us, you tell us stories” – a list of statements about adults and the power that they have over children.

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Caged in the city Angsty city life sets the stage for NEVER FOREVER, the first collaboration between Falk Richter and Nir de Volff. Dancers from Total Brutal join Schaubühne hosts, fluently linking movement and text, comedy and chaos. Starts Oct 22.

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30 Years Forced Entertainment: the programme They’ve done it all, from gibberish to neon sculptures, from playing dead to mischievous guided bus tours. Artistic Director Tim Etchells discusses the acclaimed performance collective's diverse anniversary programme at HAU theatres Oct 16-19.

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Forced celebration INTERVIEW. Forced Entertainment travels from their isolated Sheffield home to Berlin's HAU, Oct 16-19, to celebrate 30 years together. Artistic Director Tim Etchells reflects on the development of the internationally acclaimed performance collective.

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An Enemy of the People Dr. Stockmann discovers that his spa town's waters are contaminated, but his efforts to alert the public are not supported. Henrik Ibsen's drama asks how far a commercialised society will go to keep the dough rolling in. With English surtitles.

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"Who am I?“ – A musical Brückeladen, GEBEWO and the Obdachlosen Uni have joined forces to get the isolated souls of Berlin, be it impoverished or addicted, involved in the community in a creative way with this new musical theatre performance.

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Kaleidoskopville Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop and Berliner Festspiele join forces to present their musical theatre love-child Kaleidoskopville, which includes music from Beethoven, Claren, Mahler and Valikoski. Through Oct 26.

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Shakespeare's Sonnets Join Nico and the Navigators with their rendition of 10 of the Bard's greatest sonnets in which the characters exchange bilingual dialogues in both English and German, addressing themes of love, sex, time and beauty.

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Never Forever Director Falk Richter teams up with Nir de Volff/Total Brutal for a choreographed dance spectacle attempting to tackle the effects that social media has on everyday life and lonely city living. Through Oct 24.

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Plane Filthy In town for two days only, Caroline Reid, as her alter-ego Pam Ann, returns with a new airline satire which focuses on the nuances of air travel and dissects the media stereotypes of the biggest international airlines.

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Nah Dran XXXXVI Nah Dran, or “close to” regularly provides the chance to see three shows in one evening. This month, emerging Berlin dancers and choreographers explore ideas revolving around human actions, materiality and changes.

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OUT NOW! Our OCTOBER MUSIC ISSUE! This month, we go deep inside Berlin's music scene to bring you instrument makers, bass booty shakers, German jazzers, expat rappers... and Finns. All this and more, on newsstands now!

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