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ETB | IPAC supports Berliner Erklärung der Vielen

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.

ETB | IPAC hits NACHTKRITIK TOP 10 List with Palmyra

WOW! “Kleines Berliner Theater macht Furore” – Palmyra which cruised through ETB | IPAC last week hit Nachtkritik´s TOP 10 List: check it out HERE

Unfortunately Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas have moved on to continue their European tour. If you´re in Ireland later this month you can catch their show as part of this year´s Cork Midsummer Festival.

Nachtkritik came to see the German premiere of Palmyra – and liked what they saw! You can read the full review right HERE! (in German)

Focus Canada at ETB | IPAC

Thanks to the generous support of the Canadian Embassy in Berlin, ETB | IPAC is very excited to present the work of a series of Canadian theater makers and performers over the next six months. The field of performing arts in Canada is incredibly diverse, featuring a broad variety of themes, performative forms and aesthetic experiments. Internationally, Canadian work appears at an increasing number of festivals, such as last year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival where CanadaHub, a showcase for new work from Canada, generated huge interest and was awarded multiple prizes.


FOCUS CANADA begins with Mouthpiece, the multiple award-winning production by Quote Unquote Collective from Toronto (June 5 – 7) and a solo show by the Canadian-Croatian stand-up comic Daniel Ryan-Spaulding (June 9). FOCUS CANADA will continue in the fall of 2018.


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The Expo Reviewed in Tagesspiegel and taz!

We’ve gotten a lot of attention from the press this year for the Expo – the Tagesspiegel and taz both visited the festival on multiple days – you can see what they had to say right HERE (Tagesspiegel) and HERE (taz)!

Expo Feature on RBB TV / Stilbruch!

Just in time for the start of the Expo festival, Alissa Rubinstein presents her new play We Just Moved You. You can get a sneak peek starting Sunday, April 22 at 10pm on RBB TV / Stilbruch and the actual performance is on Wednesday, April 25 at 8pm.

Click HERE for Stilbruch and HERE to learn more about We Just Moved You