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Army of Lovefuckers Performance on January 22 CANCELLED

Dear audience,

Unfortunately, we have to cancel the January 22 performance of Army of Lovefuckers due to a COVID-19 infection.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

We will arrange with our online ticket provider to refund all tickets already purchased for this event.

Thank you very much for your understanding.

 

Call for Applications for the 2022 Expo Festival – Deadline February 15, 2022

Calling all Berlin-based performing artists!

The call for applications and application form for the 2022 Expo Festival (June 15 – 25, 2022) are now available!

We are also pleased to announce that Maque Pereyra, multidisciplinary artist and DJ and Christin Eckart, theater director and project coordinator within the Berlin Performing Arts Program will curate the 2022 festival together with festival founder Daniel Brunet.

If you have any questions about the festival, please write to expo@etberlin.de

Safety Guideline Update: All Events 2G Plus

Dear audience,

Please note that in accordance with directives from Berlin’s Senate Department for Culture and Europe all of our events will follow the so-called “2G Plus” policy: all guests must present proof of complete vaccination against or recovery from COVID-19 in order to attend our events. In addition, guests are required to provide proof of negative results from a rapid test no more than 24 hours old. Guests who have received their “booster” vaccination do NOT have to provide test results.

In addition, all guests must wear an FFP2 mask at all times within the building, included while seated during performances.

Thank you for your attention and cooperation!

On Translating for Theater and Drama Panorama

DRAMA PANORAMA will present two events on translating for theater at ETB | IPAC on October 4th and November 1st.

HERE is an essay by Anna Opel on translating for theater and DRAMA PANORAMA’s activities (on NACHTKRITIK.DE, September 29 / in German)

Expo Events Postponed!

Due to the ongoing situation, we are postponing the final four performances of the 2020 Expo. The White Plague will take place as planned on Saturday, October 31st. The performances planned for November 1, 3, 5 and 7 are all postponed.