Heiner Goebbels. Fotó: Haralf Hoffmann
Heiner Goebbels - fotó: Haralf Hoffmann

The Journey of the Mask – Berlin & Heiner Goebbels

The world-famous German director Heiner Goebbels was visited at his home in Berlin by the Mask and crew of the 10th Theatre Olympics.

The artist comes to the 9th MITEM with his production of Everything That Happened and Would Happen. The piece spans a hundred years of European history: its giddy contradictions, false promises, and consuming crises. he performance will be performed on 8 and 9 June at 7pm in Tüskecsarnok, Budapest.

On 27 March, on the occasion of World Theatre Day, the Greek director giant, who founded the Olympics, Theodoros Terzopoulos, gifted the National Theatre with a traditional theatrical tragedy mask. The ceremony took place in the ancient Greek amphitheater of Epidaurus. Following the handover, the mask “set off” on a European tour to visit a few of the artists participating in the Theatre Olympics. Someone will be met in their own venues, but most will be visited by the mask and the film crew on tour: clown Slava Polunin on his Italian tour, director Tiziana Barbiero in her theatre in Bergamo, and Romeo Castellucci and Heiner Goebbels will also appear in the film about the trip. You can follow the adventures of the mask on the Theatre Olympics website and social media.

The traditional theatrical mask will arrive in Hungary for the opening event on 15 April, where it will also cross the Danube as part of a breathtaking production.

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Macbeth - Chorus Repertory Theatre
According to the National Theatre of Hungary, the Chorus Repertory Theatre of India will not be able to hold its guest performances rescheduled from the original date to 6-7 June, and has therefore been cancelled from the MITEM programme.
Tarlan Rasulov (6)
Tarlan Rasulov is an Azerbaijan theatre director and founder of the dOM independent theatre company. We have talked about his visions of the future theater, his favourite performances, and the next festival with him.
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Savas Patsalidis is a Greek professor who is the author of fourteen books on theatre criticism and theatre theory, and is currently editor-in-chief of Critical Stage. We talked about the 10th Theatre Olympics.