Interkulturelle Theaterzentrum Berlin e.V. festival

From Thursday 17 to Sunday 20 September, Interkulturelle Theaterzentrum Berlin e.V. will hold a festival that will develop as follow:
  • Thursday 17: A neverending story by Polish author Artur Pałyga translated by Antje Miller-Ritter, performance, by and with Werner Waas, Daniel Wittkopp and guests;
  • Friday 18: Nationalstrasse by Czech author Jaroslav Rudiš, translated by Eva Profousova, a staged readin, with Margarita Breitkreiz, the musician Vladimir Stramko, directed by Daniel Wittkopp; Still life with actors by Italian author Fabrizio Sinisi, translated by Werner Waas, a German-Italian production, by and with Werner Waas and Lea Barletti;
  • Saturday 19: Lost in Language, solo performance by Lea Barletti and the Polish author Elzbieta Chowaniec; Extremophile by French author Alexandra Badea, translated by Frank Weigand, a sound-theatre, voice Anna Schmidt, live music HAARMANNHOMMELSHEIM, directed by Irene Mattioli, dramatic advisor Albert Tolaa;
  • Sunday 20: Hannah Arendt doesn’t love me by Polish author Dana Łukasińska, translated by Andreas Volk, audience reading, directed by Anne-Sylvie König, Stefan Oppenländer and Katharina Schlender.
All events are produced by the Dramatische Republik.