Workshop Discussion 1: Theatre and Politics – The stage as an ideal place to arrive?
January 25, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
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Carmen Aguirre and Pedro Kadivar have left their home countries for political reasons and later started to write theatre plays in their respective new countries. Aguirre is an actress who, as a Latina/Migrant, wrote her own plays in order to find roles which are beyond stereotypes. Similar to Aguirre, Pedro Kadivar writes and stages his own plays. Can theatre function as an ideal place for arriving elsewhere (and maybe for processing the migration experience)?
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Presented by the LitProm Literaturtage 2020 Festival, with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and the Government of Canada.
Authors/ArtistsCarmen Aguirre, Pedro Kadivar, Ruthard Stäblein
English and German