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performance
LOS ALEMANES DEL VOLGA
Wenzel U. Vöcks and Federico Schwindt
September 7th 2019 | 6 pm and 8:30 pm
Afterwrds: Artist's talk with Theaterscoutings
Further shows:
Saturday, October 19th 2019 | 7 and 9:30 pm
Friday, November 1st 2019 | 7 and 9:30 pm
Saturday, November 2nd 2019 | 7 and 9:30 pm


Workshop
THE SENSES OF BUTOH
Tchivett
November 16th - 17th 2019 | 10 am - 5 pm


Cooperation/Premiere
SOFT THINGS
Rose Beermann, Iva Sveshtarova
Premiere Oktober 10th 2019 | 8:30 pm | Uferstudios
Further Shows:October 11th - 13th 2019 | 8:30 pm


Premiere
MISSING MS N.N.
TsaDiEli
Premiere: Friday, November 15th 2019 | 8:30 pm
Further Shows: November 16th 2019 | 8:30 pm


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Performance
SPAGHETTI
Motimaru
23. und 24. November 2019 | 20:30 Uhr


Kooperation / in Produktion
ANGST VOR DER ANGST
Welcome Project - the Foreigner's Theatre
Berliner Premiere: Friday, November 8th 2019 | Ackerstadtpalast
Further Shows: November 9th and 10th 2019


Kooperation/Auf Tour
MÄDCHENORCHESTER
spreeagenten
November 14th 2019 | 7 pm
Oświęcim / Auschwitz


Performance
I PUT A SPELL ON YOU, DESCARTES, BECAUSE YOU MESSED UP MY LIFE ONCE
An Anatomical Theater in Three Acts (in English)
Vera Piechulla
November 30th 2019 | 8:30 pm



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Maria Eugenia Blanco

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Maria Eugenia Blanco (Buenos Aires, Argentina) started her carreer as a hospital clown. This early spark led her deeper into clown technique and from there she started to explore other territories such as Buffoonery, Melodrama, and Neutral Mask. She studied for two years at the EMAD: Metropolitan School of Dramatic Arts (Buenos Aires) specializing herself in “Acting for Open Spaces”. There she met the very well-known mask maker, Alfredo Iriarte, and started to go deep into masks techniques and mask making. After she graduated, Maria traveled to Bali to begin to learn Balinese mask making techniques. She stayed for nearly two years, carving masks in wood and entering into the Balinese beliefs and conceptions of the world. Maria returned to Argentina and began teaching workshops that mixed Balinese masks and conceptions with our occidental theater allowing the creation of her own and personal research of Theater with Masks. Currently, she is living in Berlin and furthering her studies in physical theatre at LISPA (London International School of Performing Arts).

 

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BALINESE MASKS THEATRE WORKSHOP