Fabulamundi Playwriting Europe 2015 - 2016“Fabulamundi. Playwriting Europe” is a cooperation project among theatres, festivals and cultural organisations in Italy, France, Germany, Spain and Romania.
“Fabulamundi. Playwriting Europe” has been funded twice with support of the European Commission: “Culture Program 2007 – 2013” and “Creative Europe 2014 – 2020”.
Theater an der Parkaue produced the Mihaela Michailov text Copii Răi (in en. Bad kids, in de. Böse Kinder). Dates: June 16th, 17th 18th, 20th, 30th and July 1st. On the [...]
Theater an der Parkaue produced the Mihaela Michailov text Copii Răi (in en. Bad kids, in de. Böse Kinder).
Dates: June 16th, 17th 18th, 20th, 30th and July 1st.
On the 20th of June, after the show, will be an aftertalk with the author Mihaela Michailov and the translator Luisa Brandsdörfer.
From 21st to 23rd of June, Mihaela Michailov will lead a workshop with the students of Johann Gottfried Herder high school and University of Arts (UdK) Berlin.
Director Katrin Hentschel
Translator Luisa Brandsdörfer
Scenography Jochen Hochfeld
Music Judith Retzlik
Dramaturgy Lina Zehelein
Theater education Irina-Simona Barca
Actors Konstantin Bez, Joseph Konrad Bundschuh, Jonas Lauenstein, Thomas Pasieka, Nina-Maria Wyss
This eleven year old girl won’t stay put. She plays with rubber-bands in class as the teacher speaks. She plays as if she were a free kid. She dreams of giraffes and cannot sit as still as her classmates do. Her mother has moved her to yet another school because she does not fit in. She’s not a leading student. Not a productive kid. Something of a misfit. The history teacher handcuffs her with the coloured elastic bands she’d been playing with during the lesson about democracy. The educator who teaches about democracy disciplines the little girl in an aggressive and authoritarian way, restricts and restrains her. Violence creeps over to her classmates. They emulate their teacher’s conduct and attack the girl. The class teams up to silence their classmate. The girls falls silent. She stops dreaming of anything. Tomorrow her mother will remove her to yet another school. But which school will allow her to remain herself: an unsubdued, free child?
Bad Kids is a play about violence and submission. About imagination being reprimanded as it dares express itself. About rules and abuse which weigh down on the children’s freedom.
Bad Kids is a one-woman-show in which the actress performs the several social parts each of us plays in this increasingly brutal society where school mirrors the dynamic of the adult world we live in.
Bad Kids is a play about the education system in Romania, about the shapes violence can take when apparently harmless discipline-keeping turns into a collective threat and about the balance of power among teachers, parents and schoolchildren.
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June 1 (Wednesday) 1:00 am - July 1 (Friday) 1:00 am
Theater an der Parkaue
Parkaue 29 10367 Berlin
June 14th - July 3rd / Short Theatre (Rome - Italy)The 14th of June has been started the rehearls of the new production of "Polices!", a text written the French [...]
June 14th – July 3rd / Short Theatre (Rome – Italy)
The 14th of June has been started the rehearls of the new production of “Polices!”, a text written the French author Sonia Chiambretto and directed by the Italian Company Muta Imago.
The premiere will be at Short Theatre Festival on the 14th and 15 of September.
June 14 (Tuesday) 1:00 am - July 3 (Sunday) 1:00 am
Piazza Orazio Giustiniani, 4, 00153 Roma
Fabulamundi general partner meeting.
Rome, 27th and 28th June.
27 (Monday) 1:00 am - 28 (Tuesday) 1:00 am
Via Buonarroti, 30, Roma
July 2016 / National Theatre of Targu Mures (RO)
– 1 rehearsal for the production
– workshop with the author
– 1 elderly audience meeting with the author
1 (Friday) 1:00 am - 31 (Sunday) 1:00 am
Teatrul Național Târgu-Mureș
Piața Trandafirilor Târgu Mureș 540034
July 2016 / Sala Beckett (Barcelona – Spain)
– the 3 staged presentations presented at Grec festival:
10 (Sunday) 1:00 am - 30 (Saturday) 1:00 am
Sala Beckett / Obrador Internacional de Dramatúrgia