04/15/2020 > Schaubühne extend their Online Schedule

Internationally renowned authors like Annie Ernaux,
Stephen Greenblatt, Wajdi Mouawad, Milo Rau,
Carolin Emcke or Joachim Meyerhoff contribute
texts of their own and share their views of the current situation.

Due to popular demand and the positive feedback to our online schedule entitled »Coercive Measures« the Schaubühne extends the online schedule with more recordings from their video vaults and contributions by internationally renowned authors sharing their views of the current situation. Contributions are by Annie Ernaux, Stephen Greenblatt, Wajdi Mouawad, Milo Rau, Carolin Emcke and Joachim Meyerhoff.

In order to offer theatre during the global shutdown the Schaubühne has installed a daily online programme since 21st March. This includes recordings of current and historical productions as well as video messages by members of the ensemble. The theatre productions presented are milestones in the history of theatre and include stagings by Peter Stein, Klaus Michael Grüber and Sasha Waltz, streamed each night from 6.30 pm until midnight. More than 230,000 spectators have watched the streams so far, ranging from 6,000 to 36,000 per day. The contributions by the cast are watched daily by more than 5,000 people on their website and social media channels. 

From Saturday 18th April the new contribution programme will start. More contributions will follow by Alice Birch, Mikhail Durnenkov, Geoffrey de Lagasnerie, Simon McBurney, Duncan Macmillan, Marius von Mayenburg/Rafael Spregelburd, Bush Moukarzel, Paul B. Preciado, Milo Rau, Falk Richter, Kathrin Röggla and Patrick Wengenroth. Upon request are Didier Eribon, Édouard Louis and Toshiki Okada. On the following page you find our online schedule for the next week. The Schaubühne has decided to offer this programme for free, but facing an ongoing shutdown a donation is much appreciated. You’ll find a link for donations on the website. The online schedule will be extended as long as the shutdown lasts.

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