Am liebsten hätten sie veganes Theater. Frank Castorf – Peter Laudenbach Interviews 1996–2017

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With his theater against the consensus, Frank Castorf has made the Berliner Volksbühne at Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz for over 25 years one of the most radical artists’ theaters in Europe with a worldwide appeal. In 2017, this aesthetic-political experiment was temporarily ended by a decision of the Berlin cultural policy and the handing over of the house to a curator.
In 12 interviews from 21 years you can watch Frank Castorf thinking. The most important director of German contemporary theater talks about his work, about his view of Dostoevsky, Heiner Mueller, Malaparte, Jelinek, Chekhov, Brecht, Artaud, Goethe, Tarantino and Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz, about the gentrified Berlin and the illusions of political correctness: “The middle-class consciousness of Prenzlauer Berg with the feeling that nothing can happen to us is perhaps only an intermediate stage.”

The digital edition in the original layout:

SKU 00364
Weight 0.201 kg
Book author Frank Castorf und Peter Laudenbach
Product language German
Pages 142
Size 140 x 195 mm
ISBN 978-3-95749-132-9
Medium Books
Format Paperback
Publisher Theater der Zeit
Year published 2017
Funded by
Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien
Neustart Kultur
Börsenverein des deutschen Buchhandels

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