Reformers of theatre have reformulated Plato’s opposition between choros and theatre as one between the truth of the theatre and the simulacrum of the spectacle. … Since German Romanticism, thinking about theatre has been associated with this idea of the living community. … the community as a way of occupying a place and a time, as the … Continue reading Revolutionary content looks for a revolutionary form!
https://youtu.be/Ec0clERjQ5A Lotte Lenya singing "Seeräuber Jenny" in the original 1931 film Die Dreigroschenoper (The Threepenny Opera) In a 1974 interview, Arendt said that one of her main goals in writing Eichmann in Jerusalem was "to destroy the legend of the greatness of evil, of the demonic force, to take away from people the admiration they … Continue reading One may say that tragedy deals with the sufferings of mankind in a less serious way than comedy
Inger Munch. It seems clear that Inger was a very talented photographer and painter. She of course had to suffer the condescension of her brother regarding all her talents, and as a woman she could not gain the education her brother had access to. In 1918 she was in her fifties, and had started to … Continue reading Inger Munch, as a character in our play / radio play, PHARMAKOS
A coincidence due to fate can be so sinister and fantastic in character that one is tempted to draw apparently logical, but actually unfounded, conclusions. During the course of 5 days The “Epidemic” manuscript was created and written down in and around this apartment. That an actual epidemic was approaching during those 5 days, and … Continue reading We have started work on our new play: première in October 2020
Propositions #9/2: Training “The Plague” with Rose Hammer & lecture Transfixing Fascist Episteme with Tom Holert Rose Hammer: Grini and The Futures of Norway, National Episodes, osloBIENNALEN Photos by Niklas R Lello Performance on 26 May at Perlen, Oslo This second day of the week of Propositions #9 Deserting from the Culture Wars consists of a … Continue reading Rose Hammer goes to BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht
Norway still remembers the Spanish Republic: https://www.publico.es/sociedad/entrevista-henning-solhaug-republicanos-primeros-lucharon-fascismo-europa-deuda.html?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=web "Es de mirada esquiva y a veces se siente incómodo cuando le preguntan por datos personales. Fuma moderado, "lo normal -dice riendo- en un país donde un paquete de tabaco roza los 12 euros". Se conoce todos los rincones del centro de Oslo y le seguimos a paso … Continue reading Quite interesting: We hear! Yes! Our brave, Spanish brothers!