ECLA Sponsors First Off-Campus Artistic Production with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

Student ProjectAccording to the programme notes to the production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, which played in Prenzlauer Berg this weekend, “the play evokes the motive of a humanist enlightened search for coherency in a seemingly postmodern fragmented world.” It is perhaps then no surprise that two of the directors/actors in the production are ECLA alums: Rouven Ramon Steinfeld (Germany, 2004-2005) and Florian Hoffmann (Germany, 2002-2004) directed and played the two main characters in the play.

The production, which drew an audience of about forty people to each of the two showings, was staged in a subterranean space formerly used to store water in the Prenzlauer Berg district of Berlin. The play was supported through Student Projects funding at ECLA.

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