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E-Mail: edoardo. E-Mail: monika. Nach einer Ausbildung zur Tischlerin entdeckt sie die Welt des Theaters und absolviert an der Medienakademie Hamburg den Meisterkurs zur Veranstaltungstechnik. E-Mail: friedemann. Friedemann Klappert wuchs in Wuppertal auf, studierte Theater- und Veranstaltungstechnik in Berlin und wurde von dort als technischer Assistent ans Burgtheater engagiert.

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Max Frisch Andorra (Telebühne, 1980)

Internationale Projekte begleitete er u. Als Technischer Mitarbeiter war er u. E-Mail: Technik adk-bw.

Geboren in Schorndorf. E-Mail: frank. Er ist einfach 12 Jahre dort geblieben, weil der Theatervirus ihn unheilbar befallen hatte. E-Mail: szidonia. Studium der Kunstgeschichte und Germanistik.


Textilrestauratorin Lindenmuseum Stuttgart. Seit Dozentin der ABK. E-Mail: steven. Steven Schultz, aufgewachsen in Ludwigsburg. Er lehrte u. Vorher u. Chefdramaturg und Stellvertreter der Intendantin am Schauspiel Frankfurt. Christof Nel begann als Schauspieler. Seit Schauspielregisseur, u,a. Mehrmals Einladungen zum Theatertreffen und diversen Festivals. Freie Projekte mit Studierenden und geistig Behinderten. Seit den 90er Jahren inszeniert er auch Opern.

Seit entstehen die Theater- und Opernarbeiten zusammen mit Martina Jochem u. Zusammenarbeit als Regieassistentin u. Seit freie Regisseurin u. Seit arbeitet Antje Siebers als freie Regisseurin und inszenierte u. Er inszenierte u. Von — 10 Oberspielleiter am Theater Konstanz.

Regieassistent u. In den Jahren — leitete er das Theater Rokoko in Prag. Regisseur und Dramaturg. Studium der Sprecherziehung in Stuttgart. Gab international Meisterkurse. Als Sprachcoach an zahlreichen Theatern u. Zusammenarbeit u. Ausstellungen photographischer Arbeiten, u. Momentan arbeitet er am Theater Heilbronn. Dramaturg u. Von bis war er am Nationaltheater Mannheim Chefdramaturg und seit dort auch Stellvertretender Schauspielintendant.

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Dozent an der ADK in Ludwigsburg seit Eine Landkarte klassischer deutscher Theatertexte Regie Jonas Arndt Regie 1. Regie Paul Auls Regie 1. Dramaturgie Sarah Charlotte Becker Dramaturgie 1. Schauspiel Kim Biele Schauspiel 4.

Schauspiel Silva Bieler Schauspiel 4. Regie Felix Bieske Regie 3. Dramaturgie Sophia Bock Dramaturgie 2. Regie Linda Bockmeyer Regie 1. Dramaturgie Nina Dahl Dramaturgie 1. Schauspiel Clara Luna Deina Schauspiel 2. Regie Mathis Dieckmann Regie 2. Regie Marina Dumont Regie 2. Regie Anais Durand-Mauptit Regie 3. Hamlet, a story of infinite Monkeys nach W. Werther nach J. Goethe, Regie: Mirja Biel. Regie: Klaus Overkamp, Musiktheater.

Geplante Arbeiten Autobiographische Arbeit Premiere am Themenmodul A Premiere am Schauspiel Solveig Eger Schauspiel 3. Schauspiel Fynn Engelkes Schauspiel 1. Schauspiel Annbritt Faubel Schauspiel 1. Schauspiel Jonathan Fiebig Schauspiel 1. Schauspiel Lily Josephin Frank Schauspiel 4. Schauspiel Patricia Franke Schauspiel 1. Schauspiel David Gaviria Schauspiel 2. Schauspiel Florian Gerteis Schauspiel 4. It can also be argued that Germany could not have been divided without some measure of acquiescence on the part of the inhabitants, who, with the defeat of and the moral opprobrium heaped on them as the truth about the Nazi regime surfaced, were happy to withdraw or at least conceal their identification with Germany as a whole.

Nevertheless, there can be little doubt that the vast majority of GDR citizens continued to regard themselves as Germans and that this factor made acceptance of their state more difficult. It was also a factor that the GDR leadership had to bear in mind. It was possible to advance plausible arguments for this claim given that a single German currency had been abandoned with the introduction of the D-Mark in the western zones in and that the Federal Republic predated the GDR. Moreover, unification was always presented as an urgent political priority.

Six years later, Honecker amended this constitution to remove all such references; it was now claimed that a new socialist nation had grown up that was distinct from the old capitalist nation in the west. The attempts made to proclaim some kind of national legitimacy for the GDR did not consist solely of a denial of links with the Federal Republic but included attempts to create some kind of national identity. The GDR always saw itself as the inheritor of progressive forces in German history, making great play, for instance, of the Peasants Revolt of —5 and the revolutionary activities at the end of the First World War.

Even the spirit of the music of Beethoven was seen as being realised in the GDR when the th anniversary of his birth was celebrated in Later, in the Honecker era, the search for historical legitimacy went far beyond those with whom some form of ideological identification could be sought. It is small wonder that GDR intellectuals with genuine left-wing beliefs were irritated by this or that GDR cabaretists dressed up as Luther and Frederick playfully asked what the regime was intending. The ultimate answer has to be that ideological inconsistencies were no longer taboo in pursuit of the establishment of the GDR in the public consciousness as something more than a state without historical roots foisted on its reluctant citizens from outside.

Such attempts had to overcome any sense that the GDR lacked sovereignty and was controlled from the outside by the Soviet Union—an early somewhat unsubtle political joke referred to the telephone between Moscow and Berlin having an earpiece but no mouthpiece at the German end. This doctrine stated that the socialist countries could intervene in the internal affairs of one of their partners if the political system there was endangered.

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Given the ideological affinities, at least until the coming to power of Mikhail Gorbachev in , the GDR leadership accepted the dominance of the Soviet Union. Nevertheless, praise of the Soviet Union as the model to be followed in all cases and the establishment of the GDR as an accepted sovereign state at home and abroad was a difficult circle to square. In fact, the events of —90 quickly confirmed that the GDR had failed to achieve the legitimacy required to survive without the support of the Soviet Union. The national ties that had existed before , together with the political lure of the Federal Republic and its self-evident greater prosperity, prevailed.

With the Federal Republic, the starting-point was also favourable. It was not hampered, as the GDR was, by a lack of national legitimacy since, as the larger German state, it could claim to be the successor to the all-German states that had existed previously.