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The programme for January is now online, including four premieres.

The first is The Hills Are Alive by and with Nikolaus Habjan and Neville Tranter, who will end his stage career with this puppetry play premiering at DT Bühne on January 6. About two weeks later, on January 19, Einfach das Ende der Welt (It's Just The End Of The World) after Jean-Luc Lagarce (directed by Christopher Rüping) follows at DT Bühne. DT Jung*, our participatory segment, will premiere their own production P*RN at Kammer on January 20, before we close the month with the premiere of Nora oder Wie man das Herrenhaus kompostiert by Sivan Ben Yishai (directed by Anica Tomić). 

Watch out for the square icon with tiny lines in our calendar: It marks our stagings with English surtitles at the left bottom of the respective event. 

We look forward to welcome you at DT!

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As seen in Exberliner Did you learn about us by our supplement in Exberliner? Find below the English versions of our articles.
Good to know: Most plays mentioned in the articles are shown with English surtitles. We look forward to having you!

Dead But Alive

Three black humour puppetry productions for the intrepid

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Simply The End Of The World

The drama of silence in families: Do years of distance soften or harden judgement of each other?

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P*RN

How to talk with teenagers about porn?

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Nora / Haus / Herrin

Award-winning author Sivan Ben Yishai brings the invisible protagonists of Ibsen's classic Nora into focus.

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Present(ing) Queens

What do the worlds of former queens have to do with us today?

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The Gearbox Of Things

Two artistic apporaches to exploring concepts of labour: What will the future of work look like?

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Sam In The Box

Sam Max locates themselves between American realism – the desert, a motel, a film set –, gender relationships and body images.

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The Rider On The White Horse / Hauke Haien's Death

A distorted image of the terror of human hubris, the great paw of nature punishing arrogance: An inclusive theatre project with RambaZamba Theatre

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