Guest performance »My noisy world«
The Body of coordination for improving equality at the universities in Saxony invites everyone to the event “Talking about Barriers” at the end of the project week of diversity-sensitivity. After theoretical input about inclusion and language the play “My noisy world” will be presented. It was created by Yaëlle Dorison and me with 7 deaf and hearing women this summer. “My noisy world” asks how silent the world of deaf people really is, and how to talk about life without using spoken language.
The presentation will be at the 26th of October 2018 at 5:30pm at the Projekttheater Dresden. Entry is free.
Supported by Aktion Mensch and Landeshauptstadt Dresden.
- (c) Norbert Richter
Achtung!LaPoubelle! at KITRAZZA 2018
On 2nd of July my clown Achtung!LaPoubelle! performed with
Clown Ciboulette as the opening act at the summer project KITRAZZA in Dresden. During the day we also gave a clown workshop for kids aged 7-11.
Presentation of “Eyes hearing stories”
The Kids of the nursery AlberTina, together with their teachers and I, developed a theater play without words and sign language elements for the fairy tale walk 2018 of the Gellert-Museum. The walk took place on the 23th of June 2018 at the city park Hainichen.
“We can do everything!” at “Sehen statt hören”
The participative theater project for kids with hearing disabilities “We can do everything” developed by Compagnie Augenmusik was documented by the team of Bavarian broadcast. This wonderful project can be watched here till the 21st of April 2019.
Theatre Project »My noisy world – make theatre tangible with (almost) all of your senses«
How silent is the world of deaf people? And how do I talk about my life without saying a word nor using spoken language? In this theatre project with deaf and hearing women we want to get to the bottom of these questions. Together we search for a language beyond spoken and signed language to tell our own journeys on stage, to show that the world of deaf does not need to be quiet and the hearing one does not need to be loud.
The workshops are bilingually guided by Daniela Krabbe (theatre maker, CODA – child of deaf adults) and Yaëlle Dorison (circus pedagogue).
At the end of the project there will be a performance in front of spectators at the Projekttheater on Friday the 22th of June 2018.
More Information: www.frauen-ev-sowieso.de/kultur/theater-projekt/
Funded by the Aktion Mensch
“We can do everything” – theatre-fairytale project for children with hearing deficits 6+
For one week twelve children with hearing deficits aged 6 to 12 will get the chance to rehearse a theatre play. Based on the story of “The snow queen” we developed a theatre play working with nonverbal theatre forms like motion theatre, pantomime, sign poetry and shadow theatre.
There will be a presentation of the play for parents, teachers and interested spectators at the end of the week.
We look forward to meeting a lot of theatre enthusiastic and signing children.
Director: Daniela Krabbe
Rehearsal Time: Fr 23.3. – Fr 30.3.2018
Presentation Sat 31.3.2018, 14.30 o’clock at Theaterhaus Frankfurt am Main
- (c) Katrin Schander
Next Generation-Program of ASSITEJ Pakistan
In February I had the chance to travel to Lahore; Pakistan! Me and 20 other international and Pakistani artists where chosen out of 60 candidates to participate in the Next Generation-Program of ASSTIEJ Pakistan in Lahore. It was a wonderful creative week full of love, joy and great exchange! This was definitely not my last time in Pakistan! سلام وعليکم Assalamo alaikum!
- (c) Imran Sajid
We will get financial support!
In 2018 I’ll be touring with the mobile shadow theatre play ‘The great whyandwhatfor’ supported by theatre pedagogics Katherina Winkler and Angela Kobelt of Kulturkosmos Leipzig e.V. We will b visiting integrative kindergartens in Leipzig and Dresden. We will present the children (aged 1-6) an interactive story which they can join in. They are invited to discover new ways to see, feel and use instruments and everyday objects that are used as props in theatre plays.
Thanks to AKTION MENSCH for the support!