In this one day workshop at the intersection of science and theatre, a discourse on what role the stage can play in the Anthropocene is opened.
How, and how long can we, the mankind, be co-existent to enviroment on this magically beautiful planet Earth? And, how are her various nature entities incorporated in present day legal, artistic and theatrical life? Moreover, how can theatre along other arts contribute to the recreation of harmony of our ecology?
In this one day workshop at the intersection of science and theatre, a discourse on what role the stage can play in the Anthropocene is opened. Through this it invites the participants to reflect on their own connection to water, trees, resiliance, artistic creation and much more.
Beaufils, Eliana (theatre scholar, Sorbonne, Paris)
Csáji László Koppány (lawyer, anthropologist, MMA, Budapest)
Englhart, Andreas (theatre scholar, LMU, Munich)
Rheinberger, Hans-Jörg (historian of science, Max Planck Institute, Berlin),
Röggla, Katrin (writer, Köln)
Sthålberg, Sabira (author, ethnobiologist, multiple locations)
Szarvas József (actor, artivist, National Theater, Budapest/Viszák)
Weiner Sennyey Tibor (writer, ecologist, Szentendre)
The workshop is organised and moderated by Frank Raddatz (dramatist, director, theatre scholar, Berlin) and Johanna Domokos (author, theatre scholar, editor, Budapest/Szováta)