Geht es dir gut? No, not really
★ It’s hard to like such a piece and many audience members left the auditorium mid-way through.
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.
Performing Arts Festival 2022: Berlin’s indie underbelly
Berlin's premier arts fringe festival returns from May 24-29 for its seventh installment.
Steinerne Gäste: On the afterlife of statues
In his new performance essay, Oliver Zahn explores the curious afterlife of statues
Slippery Slope: Almost a Musical at Gorki
With a stellar cast navigating life's post-factual grey zones, this scathing musical revue about art and power […]
The Mother – Instruction for a Revolution
Die Mutter: Anleitung für eine Revolution is at the Berliner Ensemble directed by Christina Tscharyiski. Are you […]
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