In 2018 six theatre groups – the Boat People Projekt (Göttingen), Collective Ma’louba (Theater an der Ruhr, Mülheim), Exil Ensemble (Gorki Theatre), Hajusom (Hamburg), Open Border Ensemble (Münchner Kammerspiele) and the Ruhrorter (Mülheim) – held their first meeting, dedicated to questions of migration, representation, identity and seeking refuge. How can intersectional and more equitable forms of (transnational) cooperation take place in the theatre and the arts?
This continually developing network’s fourth encounter engages in an artistic exchange with the audience through a four-day public programme of discussions, artist talks, readings and performances, with a focus on future possibilities and models.
Organised by Christopher-Fares Köhler and Monica Marotta
Maxim Gorki Theatre in cooperation with the Theater an der Ruhr.
This network meeting is supported by the Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia and the Federal Cultural Foundation.