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15.11. – 1.12.07
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Publications

Theater Festivals - why? / Theatre/Festivals in Transition (FIT)
The results of a series of eight symposiums of the initiative Theatre/Festivals in Transition (FIT) in eight European festival cities from September 2005 until July 2006. Available as a download in German or English

 

-> download (german)
-> download (english)

A hard-copy version can be ordered for 5 euros (to cover postage and handling costs). You can order it at
-> info@spielmotor.de

   

Grotowski, Kantor - and what's next?
Perspectives of Polish theatre in an enlarged Europe

 

 

The documentation in English of a symposium that took place during the SPIELART 2003 festival. Available as a download: -> download

A hard-copy version can be ordered for 5 euros (to cover postage and handling costs). You can order it at
-> info@spielmotor.de

   

Global Player / Local Hero
The actor's position in contemporary theatre


Publishers: Tilmann Broszat and Sigrid Gareis

Verlag ePodium www.epodium.de
ISBN 3-9807394-D-6
20 euros


 



The issue of whether contemporary theatre demands a new type of actor was the focus of the symposium "Actor 2000 - Global Player or Local Hero?", which was organized as part of the SPIELART 1999 festival program by the Cultural Office of the City of Munich; the Siemens Cultural Program; and Spielmotor München e.V. The book "Global Player/ Local Hero" reflects on and consolidates the results of the symposium.

 

 

 

Theater etcetera

"Theater etcetera" is a collection of theoretical material that was part of the SPIELART Theater Festival Munich in 1997, 1999 and 2001. A volume was published for each festival with essays on the respective themes.

You can order the three volumes of "Theater etcetera" by mail, fax or e-mail. Each volume costs 10 euros.


 



To order, contact:
SPIELART Theater Festival Munich
Ludwigstrasse 8
80539 Munich, Germany
Fax: +49 - (89) - 280 56 79
E-mail: info@spielmotor.de