So inspiring, so relevant … and truly enjoyable and creative. You give hope. Young people like you can make the sustainable future we want happen.
I really liked how the team of the scientific theatre managed to integrate issues that usually do not together so easily: science, global problems, sustainability, humour, creativity, music and touching emotions. Go on guys, you are great!
I had the pleasure to welcome the Scientific Theatre group as guests at our final event of the Freiburg Sustainability Week 2013. With an impressive piece of art the group perfectly combined the scientific understanding with an entertaining performance. Their approach of raising awareness and focusing on the individual responsibility made it an inspiring experience for the audience.
The actors did a great job in challenging people, pushing them to go beyond the usual sustainability mantras, picking up on contradictions in our discussions – you could tell they have an in-depth understanding of the topic – well, they are environmental governance graduates after all!
Thank you, Freiburg Scientific Theater, for your wonderful performance during the Welcome Reception of the IUFRO (International Union of Forest Research Organizations) 125th Anniversary Congress 2017 in Freiburg!
Your knowledge-based and intercultural understanding of the issues was a definite advantage in the performances, and your portrayal of different forest stakeholders creative, humorous, and thoroughly entertaining.
Helen Desmond and Carol Grossmann
Congress Organizing Team of the Forest Research Institute of Baden Württemberg (FVA)
The Freiburg Scientific Theatre visualizes sustainable development issues in an entertaining and professional play. They performed two times here at the Right Livelihood College (RLC) in Bonn, and the audience was stoked.
The combination of science and art is a powerful way of making a point about a topic, while revealing its layers of facts and emotions, and showing the individual and social impacts … The Scientific Theatre succeeded in bringing these points into their play and increasing the conference participants’ awareness and motivation to explore.
Finally! Someone found a way to let science reach my heart through laughter.