The complete digital program for the 2019 Expo Festival is available right HERE!
All guests who purchase tickets from this online contingent are guaranteed seats on chairs and we will sell an additional 20 – 30 seats on cushions on the floor at the door.
We heavily encourage all guests to secure their tickets now.
We have been participating in the TUSCH program – TUSCH stands for Theater und Schule – since 2002 and within that time frame developed and devised productions and projects with seven different schools.
Since 2016 our partner school is the CARL-BOSCH-SCHULE in Hersmdorf. For this year´s TUSCH festival drama educator Minna Partanen, her team and a number of students from the school created a new show called SHAPE UP! to be performed at Podewil on Friday March 15th at 1pm
SHAPE UP! Kommt es dir vor, als ob die Welt sich zu schnell dreht? Hast du Angst, dass du nicht deinen Platz im Leben findest? Es ist an der Zeit, dein bestmögliches Leben zu leben. Gestatte uns, dein inneres Potential zu entfesseln. Ein spekulativer Blick auf eine (un)behagliche Zukunft. | In englischer Sprache | Leitung: Minna Partanen, Brea Robertson, Jacqueline Beie, Mareike Dittmer, Fritzi Steglich, Benedikt Wahls
For more info on the festival program and our project check out the festival flyer HERE.
Click HERE to download our complete schedule for February and March 2019!
We are very pleased to announce the lineup for the 2019 Expo: A Showcase of Wahlberliner! We were blown away by the amount of interest and talent you offered the curatorial team and, with over 160 applications, the number of projects to choose from was even more than ever before!
We would once again like to thank all applicants for their time and their talent and genuinely regret that we were unable to offer more of you a performance.
The 2019 Expo Festival: A Showcase of Wahlberliner
ExpLoRE – April 28, 2019
Poseur – Frederika Tsai and Lena Chen
Text Roulette – Finn O’Branagain
The Intervention of Loneliness – Ming Poon
Salvation (Glitter Doesn’t Care I’m A Boy) – Shlomi Moto Wagner
Banana Pride – Aba Naia + Paola Pilnik
Gold 412 – Maque Pereyra
The Manual – Nima Dehghani
Evening Program (April 29 – May 4, 2019)
Rays – A Performative Encounter with Radiation – Mirjam Sögner
Foreign Body_Trio – Howool Baek
Boxes – Maayan Iungman
Please, Repeat After Me – Ziad Adwan
Vacio – Cie Omkara
Harrende Räume und Trotzender Menschen – Janne Gregor
BLINK mini unison intense wail – Michelle Moura
Full details, schedules and ticketing information will be available soon!
Following it’s completely sold-out six-performance run, The Land of Milk(y) and Honey? was featured on a report about Jewish life in Berlin broadcast internationally by the joint Austrian/German/Swiss broadcaster 3sat! You can watch the entire program right HERE! (The portion on Milk(y) begins at 2:28).
More than 130 cultural institutions signed the BERLINER ERKLÄRUNG DER VIELEN ( Berlin Declaration of the Many) to speak out for “open and critical dialogue that creates awareness in regards to right-wing strategies” and “reject the illegitimate attempts made by right-wing nationalists to exploit art and cultural events for their own purposes”. Click HERE to learn more in English or on the button below to visit the German version of the website.
Daniel Brunet, our Producing Artistic Director and the director of The Land of Milk(y) and Honey?: Israelis in Berlin sat down last night with Silke Super from radioeins to talk about the new piece opening on October 25. You can listen to the entire interview right HERE!
Click HERE to download our complete schedule for September, October, November and December 2018!