Extraordinary Encounters and a Whole Lot of Opportunities to Discuss
Theater Scoutings Berlin will accompany selected productions during the festival with rounds of discussions and experimental encounter formats.
During the exchange format SichtWeisheiten DIGITAL, audience members can share their experiences anonymously during the performance in order to learn what the other audience members were thinking afterward and to enter into exchange. Audience members are invited to set off on a Kafkaesque journey of discovery to find the lost flamingo (Der Schwarze Flamingo), to question one's own attitude towards truth and lies ("ALL IN OR THEY LIE II") or become acquainted with the living and physical environments of sex workers and plastic surgeons and share their impressions with other audience members in an unusual manner (Leashed Unleashed).
In Teetanz, household objects dance the night away, accompanied by a special exchange format: the series Singles & Theater Lovers: The Art of Seduction gives special singles the opportunity to have an encounter with an audience they do not know (yet).
Events by Theaterscoutings Berlin
Following the virtual performance on May 26 at 4:30 pm, the get-to-know-you format Singles & Theater Lovers: The Art of Seduction gives special singles the opportunity to have an encounter with an audience they do not know (yet) and speak informally about the themes of the performance. A format created and facilitated by Katharina von Wilcke.
Der Schwarze Flamingo
Following the digital performance on May 28 (8:15 pm), the exchange format SichtWeisheiten DIGITAL created and facilitated by Marie Golüke will take place and invites audience members to discuss the Kafkaesque investigation and the role of the inspector during and after the performance.
ALL IN ODER SIE LÜGEN II
Following the livestream on May 28 at 20:15, a digital exchange format with Johanna Hasse will take place, inviting us to question supposed truths and offer an exchange about the collective process of developing pieces for the digital space. What is it like for the audience to jump through quotes together, lean on them, or flip over?