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Reading: Mon Lou adoré

On 2 July, 2021, the winner of the Apollinaire translation contest by the German Translators Fund (DÜF), the FAZ newspaper and the Institut Français will be celebrated. Among other programme items, Drama Panorama will present excerpts from submitted translations in a reading. These will be… Read more

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Lachende Bestien – a concert talk

14.06.2021 at 5pm – Live stream on the Ballhaus Ost website, Berlin Productions by the Prague theatre ensemble Lachende Bestien usually take a critical view of capitalism and a world that creates exploitative systems by default. The group was scheduled to present their celebrated Brecht… Read more

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A look back at SCHUDOMA: Ich bin zu Hause

Schudomastraße is located in Berlin-Neukölln, in Bohemian Rixdorf, where the first Protestant refugees from Bohemia came in 1737 to escape persecution in their home country. The Bohemian Brethren community still exists there today. The street is named after the 19th-century local politician Johann Schudoma. We… Read more

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Workshop on two translated texts

Drama Panorama’s text workshop is a format where the members of the organisation can receive valuable expert advice and feedback on their work from their knowledgeable circle of colleagues. With translations of one contemporary German and one contemporary English play, translated by Anna Galt and… Read more