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F.I.N.D. 2013

Festival of International New Drama 2013
16 to 24 March 2013


From 16 to 24 March 2013, the Schaubühne’s Festival of International New Drama (F.I.N.D.), already in its 13th edition, presented new productions and texts by theatre makers and their ensembles from across Europe. For nine days, F.I.N.D. gave voice to directors, actors and playwrights from Italy, Spain, Greece, Hungary, Russia and Germany and created a space for exchanges, experiences and joint reflections across national borders, language barriers and cultural boundaries. The festival set out to show that – in spite of all the crises – exciting theatre frequently occurs in Europe especially in places hardest hit by economical and political constraints.

With a total of 28 shows, more than 5700 spectators and a ticket sales average of 94%, F.I.N.D. 2013 has been the most successful festival in its 13-year history.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Project
»The Terrorist Ballroom«
A project by BLITZ
Cast: Robert Beyer, Uwe Dreysel, Cathlen Gawlich, Ulrich Hoppe, Jenny König, Felicitas Madl, Ernst Stötzner
In German with English surtitles
On 16 March at 8pm and on 18 March at 8.30pm at the Studio

Premiere
»Hyperion. Letters of a Terrorist «
after Friedrich Hölderlin
Direction: Romeo Castellucci
Cast: Rosabel Huguet, Eva Meckbach, Angela Winkler, Luise Wolfram et al.
In German with English surtitles
Premiere on 17 March at 8pm
Additional performance on 18 March at 8pm

Premiere
»Notes From the Kitchen«
by Rodrigo García
Realisation: Patrick Wengenroth
Cast: Niels Bormann, Urs Jucker, Lucy Wirth
In German with English surtitles
Preview on 17 March at 7.30pm
Premiere on 18 March at 7.30pm
Additional performance on 19March at 8pm

Guest Production of the Münchner Kammerspiele
»Susn«
by Herbert Achternbusch
Direction: Thomas Ostermeier
Cast: Brigitte Hobmeier, Edmund Telgenkämper
In German with English surtitles
On 22 and 23 March at 8pm

Guest Production of the Proton Theatre, Hungary
»Frankenstein-Project«
by Kornél Mundruczó and Yvette Bíró
Direction: Kornél Mundruczó
Cast: Andrea Spolarics, Roland Rába, Kinga Mezei, János Derzsi, Sándor Terhes, Natasa Stork, Péter Orth, Ágota Kiss
In Hungarian with *German/**English translation
On 23 March at 6pm*, 10pm** and on 24 March at 5pm** and 9pm* at the Studio

Workshop Presentation
»Close to Zero«
by Natan Dubowizki
Concept: Kirill Serebrennikov
Staging: Ilya Shagalov
Cast: Thomas Bading, Jule Böwe, Alexandra Gottschlich, Ingo Hülsmann, Erhard Marggraf, Sebastian Nakajew, Felix Römer, David Ruland
In German
On 17 March at 6pm at the Studio

Workshop Presentation
»Police Rat«
by Roberto Bolaño
Direction: Àlex Rigola
Cast: Christoph Gawenda, Stefan Stern
In German
On 19 March at 8.30pm at the Studio

Staged reading
»Helmut Kohl läuft durch Bonn«
by Nolte Decar
Staging by: Patrick Wengenroth
Cast: Niels Bormann, Ulrich Hoppe, Matze Kloppe, Sebastian Nakajew, Felix Römer, Kay Bartholomäus Schulze, Verena Unbehaun, Patrick Wengenroth
In German
On 20 March at 8.30pm at the Studio

Concert and Reading
»Gefahr-Bar™«
By and with Nicolas Stemann, Thomas Kürstner, Sebastian Vogel
as well as Claudia Lehmann
and guests
On 24 March at 8.30pm

Discussion
WIth: BLITZ (Greece), Romeo Castellucci (Italy), Kornél Mundruczó and Dora Büki (Hungary), Àlex Rigola (Catalonia) | Moderated by: Thomas Ostermeier
On 17 March at 3pm

Reading
»Wann wird es endlich wieder so, wie es nie war«
Reading and book launch by and with Joachim Meyerhoff
In German
On 17 March at 8.30pm at the Studio


F.I.N.D. 2013 and F.I.N.D. plus are funded by the Capital Cultural Fund, the Aventis Foundation, the French Ministry of Culture and Communication/DGCA, the Institut français, the Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) and the Allianz Kulturstiftung. Presented by taz.die tageszeitung, zitty Berlin, radioeins, Berlin Poche and Exberliner.

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