Discover an additional translation into Italian (Sonia Antinori: 5 mattine)
and a selection of speeches held during the conferences as well as dramaturgical materials of all five plays that were created in context of the TERRORisms project.
Developed between 2013 and 2015 in the context of international exchanges, the plays collected in this anthology confront the theme of terrorism through the sensitive approaches of five playwrights from Germany, Serbia, Israel, Norway and France.
Fritz Kater in Stuttgart, Milena Marković in Belgrade, Maya Arad in Tel Aviv, Jonas Corell Petersen in Oslo and Aiat Fayez in Reims — five contemporary playwrights with different experiences and backgrounds — were at the root of this international collaboration project, which led to the organisation of a series of world premieres, production exchanges, meetings, conferences and discussions, all over Europe and beyond.
This TERRORisms eBook is dedicated to their work. Freely downloadable, all texts are available in original language, English and German.
Edited by CulturBooks, the TERRORisms eBook was created on the occasion of the TERRORisms Festival in Stuttgart, in June 2015.
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HAVE A LOOK AT THE TABLE OF CONTENT:
REINHOLD GÖRLING’S speech
At the Inaugural Conference of the TERRORisms project
at the National Theatre in Oslo
The Intrigue of Terrorism (EN)
Terrorisms Intrige (NOR)
The TERRORisms Plays
5 morgen (OV)
5 mornings (EN)
5 mattine (IT)
Material on the world premiere in Stuttgart
The Dragonslayers (EN)
Material on the world premiere in Belgrade
אלוהים מחכה בתחנה (OV)
God Waits at the Station (EN)
Gott wartet an der Haltestelle (DE)
Material on the world premiere in Tel Aviv
JONAS CORELL PETERSEN:
Vi Tygger På Tidens Knokler (OV)
We Chew on the Bones of Time (EN)
Wir nagen an den Knochen der Zeit (DE)
Material on the world premiere in Oslo
La Baraque (OV)
The Shack (EN)
Die Baracke (DE)
Material on the world premiere in Reims
REINHOLD GÖRLING’S speech
At the TERRORisms Festival at the Schauspiel Stuttgart
Terror und Theater (DE)
Terror and Theatre (EN)
About Union des Théâtres de l´Europe
The TERRORisms Special Issue | eZine
The UTE project YOUNG EUROPEAN JOURNALISTS ON PERFORMING ARTS aims at stimulating the exchange of knowledge about the European theatre sector, while simultaneously supporting the learning and mobility of journalists at the beginning of their careers.
Five of these journalists- this time from Italy, Norway, Portugal, Russia and Bulgaria – accompanied the whole TERRORisms Festival in Stuttgart—wrote about performances, attended public discussions, did individual interviews and strove to capture the essence of this project between politics and arts.
The TERRORisms Special Issue
The UTE online theatre magazine
Supported by the
Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.