Howling and Howlers of Theatre

David Levine’s class visited two extremely different and unique plays in Berlin. The first one was Nach Moskou and the other one was Othello. Both the visits were arranged as a part of the class “Acting and Authenticity.” The actors/students were to study the acting skills and discuss what exactly they understood by acting. Questions

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The Installation Exhibition: A sonic experience

Screaming babies, dark hallways, heartbeats, water, broken TVs, shouts and singers. The first exhibition for the installation module that took place on Wednesday October 21 filled the air with a medley of different sounds that moved the visitors emotionally through the provocation of contrasting moods. The tour consisted of eight different studios, each presenting a

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Speech Night at ECLA

After almost three weeks of philosophizing in the company of Montaigne, Seneca, Tolstoy, Machiavelli, Shakespeare and other great minds, we were ready to take on another challenge – the Speech Night. A tradition existing for several years already, this year’s Speech Night is now officially named after the current Romanian Minister of Culture Theodor Paleologu,

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First Installation Public Showings

On October 23, 2008, the students from the Installation class gave the ECLA community the unique opportunity to enjoy the first Installation Showing of this year. It was a sound installation exhibit, where each of the students had their own studio and the freedom to manage space in the way they thought would best suit

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Bauerntheater in Brandenburg

A peculiar informational plaque posted in a field in Joachimsthal reads: The man on the field is playing Flint, the main character of Heiner Mueller’s 1961 play ‘Die Umsiedlerin’ (The Resettler). His movements, thoughts and expressions have been rehearsed in New York City. He is planting half a ton of potatoes. The actor David Barlow

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