The dramatist Heiner Müller (1929-1995) was also a master of the bon mot and the surprising, often cunning response – this is especially known from his interviews. For the first time, the volume shows Müller as a living thought image. In the retrospect of contemporaries and in frequently repeated and often liked anecdotes, which are already passed on in the collective memory. Miniatures to a portrait of the artist with deeper meaning.
With a big thank you to
Knut-Ove Arntzen, Tone Avenstroup, David Bathrick, Volker Braun, Margarita Broich, Frank Castorf, Gautam Dasgupta, Friedrich Christian Delius, Adolf Endler, Durs Grünbein, Hansgünther Heyme, Wladimir Koljasin, Mark Lammert, Katja Lange-Müller, Grischa Meyer, Thomas Oberender, Emine Sevgi Özdamar, Wolfgang Rindfleisch, Ljubiša Ristic, Christoph Rüter, Helmut Schödel, Bernd Stegemann, Wolfgang Storch, Stephan Suschke, Holger Teschke, Matthias Thalheim, B. K. Tragelehn, Lothar Trolle, Robert Wilson, Andrzej Wirth, Renate Ziemer – and Brigitte Maria Mayer.
The digital edition in the original layout:
If you have an Heiner Müller anecdote, please contribute it:
– on Twitter #mülleranekdoten
– via Facebook chat group of Theater der Zeit
– via E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
– via letter: Theater der Zeit,Heiner Müller Anekdoten, Winsstraße 72, 10405 Berlin.