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30 years Peaceful Revolution – Fall of the Wall

7 days - 7 tips. Join in the celebration with a festival week (Nov 4-10) filled with […]


A possibility missed: Houellebecq’s “The Possibility of an Island”

Robert Borgmann’s Berliner Ensemble adaptation of bad-boy French novelist Michel Houellebecq's 2005 best-seller leaves you feeling like […]


“De-heimatize it!”: Gorki’s Herbstsalon in five premieres

Israeli playwright Sivan Ben Yishai's "Or: You Deserve Your War (Eight Soldiers Moonstick)" kicks off the Gorki's […]


“I make the work I want to make”: Katie Mitchell’s Orlando

INTERVIEW! With her latest play, Virginia Woolf's "Orlando", now showing at the Schaubühne, director Katie Mitchell opens […]


Baals-up: Mondtag’s Brecht

The Berliner Ensemble's "Baal" is a gaudy and muddled affair. With Mondtag’s incoherent directional choices, a character […]


Rags and riches tale is decidedly middle class

The Gorki's Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky mash-up, "Anna Karenina or Poor People", offers a scathing reading of the […]


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