Projects regarding diversity, mobility and migration
Of the season 2017/18
For years, the Münchner Kammerspiele have been collaborating extensively with theatre directors and teams from all over the world, investing in diversity and broadening cultural and aesthetic discourses. This season, we are inviting artists from Damascus, Syria to join our team as part of the Open Border Ensemble and engage with the cultural life of the city for at least ten months. Their experiences will be at the core of two productions: one by the German director Jessica Glause and another by the Argentinian director Lola Arias. They will map new emotional geographies and challenge the labelled roles imposed on artists coming from countries in war. Within the current context of crises, migration, exile and violence, the aim is to forge a new experiential collaborative path by resisting borders and artist(ic) isolation. This project initiates a transnational theatre, giving space to different narratives from cultural and socio-political contexts to emerge, be shared and negotiated in the democratic, open, and analytical setting theatre offers.
FOR REFUGEES AND LOCALS / به نوشیدن قهوه خوش آمدید // كافيه مرحباً
WHAT DO I REALLY KNOW?- STEREOTYPES AND UNCONSCIOUS BIAS, Workshop on 15. April 2018
With Dr. Stacie CC Graham, 10.30 am to 1.30 pm
MOBILE THEATRE FOR MUNICH AND ITS SURROUNDINGS BY JESSICA GLAUSE / IN ARABIC AND GERMAN
A PROJECT BY LOLA ARIAS AND THE OPEN BORDER ENSEMBLE / IN ARABIC, GERMAN AND ENGLISH
Call for submission
The Münchner Kammerspiele are happy to collaborate with Mophradat aisbl through its Art Fellows Program. This programme offers a training program at a European art institutions for young Arab curators, arts managers, arts producers, and arts administrators.
A SERIES OF EVENTS HOSTED BY THE ENSEMBLE / HASSAN AKKOUCH: “KARTOFFELPARTY”
A FILM FESTIVAL FEAT. MOVIES FROM THE HOME COUNTRIES OF THE CURATORS, FREE ENTRY
BY YAEL RONEN AND EXIL ENSEMBLE / GUEST PERFORMANCE MAXIM GORKI THEATER BERLIN