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Theatertreffen 2009

The jury has nominated the ten most notable productions in the German speaking theatre for the Theatertreffen.

The critics have found works from Berlin, Hamburg, Duisburg, Cologne, Munich, Sils-Maria, Vienna and Zurich. The 2009 Theatertreffen is now complete under the motto: tt09 HERE AND NOW.

The jury for this year’s Theatertreffen consists of:
Eva Behrendt, Jürgen Berger, Wolfgang Höbel, Stefan Keim,
Peter Müller, Andres Müry, Christopher Schmidt
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The Selection

Jürgen Gosch / Deutsches Theater Berlin / Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz
Die Möwe [The Seagull] by Anton Chekhov
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Volker Lösch / Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg
Marat, was ist aus unserer Revolution geworden?
[Marat, What Happened to our Revolution?]
by Volker Lösch, freely adapted from Peter Weiss
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Nicolas Stemann / Thalia Theater, Hamburg / Salzburger Festspiele
Die Räuber [The Robbers] by Friedrich Schiller
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Katie Mitchell / Schauspiel Köln
Wunschkonzert [Request Programme] by Franz Xaver Kroetz
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Andreas Kriegenburg / Münchner Kammerspiele
Der Prozess [The Trial] by Franz Kafka
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Christoph Schlingensief / RuhrTriennale 2008
Eine Kirche der Angst vor dem Fremden in mir [A Church of Fear vs. the Alien Within]
Fluxus-Oratorio by Christoph Schlingensief
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Joachim Meyerhoff / Burgtheater, Wien
Alle Toten fliegen hoch 1–3 [All The Dead Fly Up 1–3]
by and with Joachim Meyerhoff
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Martin Kušej / Burgtheater, Vienna
Der Weibsteufel [The Devil Woman] by Karl Schönherr
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Jürgen Gosch / Schauspielhaus Zürich
Hier und Jetzt [Here and Now] by Roland Schimmelpfennig
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Christoph Marthaler / Waldhaus, Sils-Maria (Switzerland)
Das Theater mit dem Waldhaus [Theatre at the Waldhaus]
A project by Christoph Marthaler and company
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