Category: New Scenes

IUFRO Congress in Freiburg

On Sunday, 17 September 2017, we presented a performance on the future of forests at the “IUFRO 125th Anniversary Congress – Interconnecting Forests, Science and People” in Freiburg. Forests and trees play a vital role in sustaining life on earth. For 125 years the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) has been committed to promoting international cooperation in research embracing the full range of

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Performances in April

We are currently preparing for three performances at the end of April. First we will travel to the south of Sweden to perform for the LUMES students at Lund University on 18 April and at the Agroecology Day 2016 at SLU Alnarp on 20 April. In Sweden we will present a production (of new and old scenes) on food, agriculture and its governance. A week

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ACT TWO Performance – Soil, Society & Soul

On Wednesday, 18 November at 19:30, we presented our new production “Soil Society and Soul” in the Archäologische Sammlung der Universität Freiburg, Herderbau (Tennenbacher Straße 4, Freiburg). The performance is a journey around the globe that captures the drama of Sustainability in the simple stories of people’s every-day lives. After the show, audience and actors sat together to wrap-up the evening with a candid discussion

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Internal Theatre Workshop

Eight actors of the Freiburg Scientific Theatre enjoyed a theatre workshop with Vanessa Segura during the past three days. The team learnt new techniques, got to know exciting exercises and developed some new scenes. An important element of our approach is that we work with an array of professional theatre educators to expand our knowledge of various theatre techniques and styles.  

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2014 Freiburg Forum on Environmental Governance

Last week we presented our new scenes on the cost of food at the 2014 Freiburg Forum on Environmental Governance organized by the eights generation of the Master of Environmental Governance students. The event titled “The Cost of Food – Beyond the Price Tag” involved various creative workshops on scienece slam, infographics, theatre and visual arts, followed by a public panel discussion. In addition, the

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New scenes on Cost of Food

In preparation for our upcoming performance we are currently developing new scenes on the topic: cost of food. Those scenes include issues such as food speculation and industralization of agriculture. The premiere of the new scenes won’t be open to public, but we’re planning to show them at apublic event as soon as possible. To understand the scientific facts and connections we read (and watched)

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Bright Students’ Conference 2013

On 14th August we presented our new play “A Bachata in Fukushima” at the BRIGHT Students’ Conference 2013“Energy Transition in the 21st Century”. The BRIGHT Students’ Conference is an annual gathering of students from member universities of the League of European Research Universities (LERU). The conference aims to provide an environment in which excellent students can focus on themes crucial to their education and cultural development, as

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New play on Energy Transition

For the Bright Students’ Conference 2013“Energy Transition in the 21st Century” we are currently developing a new play on topics such as fracking, nuclear energy, feed-in tariffs and power relations in the energy sector. The title of the new show is “A Bachata in Fukushima”.

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Sustainability Week

On the 22nd June our show “A Compass to Sustainability” was the final event of the Freiburg Sustainability Week. The week with various events on living sustainably in Freiburg was organized by the city council and open to the public. About 180 people watched our performance, including the major of Freiburg (Dr. Dieter Salomon) and the dean of the faculty of environment and natural resources

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New scenes on Urban Sustainability

For our next show at the “InContext Final Conference & Informed Cities Forum 2013” we developed two new scenes on urban sustainability. One is focussing on urban gardening. We are discussing the benefits and difficulties of using and governing common property. For our scene we got inspired by various great urban gardening projects, such as the Prinzessinengarten, anstiftung & ertomis and the urban garden of the

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