Research grant from the Cultural Department of the city of Munich for project development
Initial questions of my study: How can theater and art reflect on assassinations and terrorist attacks? What options of reprocessing traumatic events do we have especially in performing arts?
The aim is to develop a performance structure that refrains from fictional repetition and all spectacularity and questions instead how common spaces can be established that might support and strengthen us as a multicultural society.
Working title: »Punishment, Memorial, Consolation«
(Inspires by a poem by the Norwegian author Cecile Løveid)
»A speech without a manuscript«
How to perform between structure and spontaneity?
Are you afraid of the script or of its absence?
Department of Classical Studies, Rhetoric
Paris-Lodron-University Salzburg, 2020
In collaboration with the voice coach Sylvie Polz
Rhetoric and Voice Training
The next weekend course in rhetoric and voice I shall be holding together with the voice coach Sylvie Polz, will take place in Munich on June 26-28, 2020
Detailed information will be put online in April 2020