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The Dean of Germany

Free Admission, live stream via dringeblieben.de

Free Admission, live stream via dringeblieben.de
IRON CURTAIN MAN - The Online Show.

LAB1 (oper.digital)

Live Stream Free Admission

Live Stream Free Admission
What does it take to make a garment applaud? How can an audience cheer via smartphone so that the enthusiasm also reaches the applauded in the theater hall? On May 4, the oper.digital workshop room will open its doors for the first time - with in-depth insights into the technical innovations that are exploring new possibilities for interaction between stage events and the audience in the show THE DEAN OF GERMANY as part of the oper.digital project.

oper.digital

Streaming was yesterday - on seven evenings between April 17 and May 6, the live show THE DEAN OF GERMANY meets the oper.digital project funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation - with digital tools opening up new fields of participation for the audience. The digitization of musical theater goes into the next round!

Eine Stimme für Deutschland

Next play time Saturday, 03.07.202120.0021.30

Next play time Saturday, 03.07.202120.0021.30
The musical bill at super election year

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Affordable housing, farewell?

We had a dream, it was small and modest, we thought… It was about affordable rents and the right to live. That dream seemed at least within reach in 2020, the year Felix Krakau and Yuval Halpern’s real estate infotainment OPERA FOR SALE premiered: “As of February 2020, rents for about 1.5 million […] apartments were frozen at June 2019 levels. Rents that were more than 20 percent above the ceilings [were] prohibited by law.” (Berliner Morgenpost, 16.4.21) Now the rent cap has been overturned by the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe, tenants* face great uncertainties – and we all face the next round in the concrete gold monopoly.
Learn more about real estate speculation and the struggle for decent housing in our web series Opera for Sale and on the Angel Dust Company site.

PS: Hope dies last. Because, Sebastian Scheel, Senator for Urban Development and Housing is not giving up: “In the Senate we […] will discuss the consequences of the ruling. The Senate [feels] obliged to develop socially acceptable solutions for tenants.” (Berlin Senate Department for Urban Development and Housing)


written by Änne-Marthe Kühn (dramaturgy)

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