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Alexander Karschnia: “For a long time, people thought ants were fascists”

Dramaturg Alexander Karschnia takes on climate change, fascism and ant teachings in his new play at HAU2.

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June on Stage: Antz, Newts and Nazis

Ants save the world at HAU, while newts are exploited at the Schaubühne. Berlin's theatre this June […]

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Performing Arts Festival 2022: Berlin’s indie underbelly

Berlin's premier arts fringe festival returns from May 24-29 for its seventh installment.

Review

Rabatt: Embrace the chaos

★ ★ ★ ★ A Lieferando driver dies in the apartment of a high-powered journalist in this […]

Review

Resurrection: Mistimed Tolstoy at the Deutsches Theater

★ ★ Armin Petras's adaptation of Tolstoy's late novel, Resurrection, feels a little ill-judged.

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May on stage: What to see during Berlin’s biggest month for theatre

Theatretreffen is Germany's most important theatre festival, but that's only the start of what's on offer.

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