The Schaubuhne Berlin under Thomas Ostermeier
Professor Peter M. Boenisch (Redaktør)
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Ostermeier has kept extending and refining the important notion of German Regietheater (directors' theatre) with the Schaubuhne Theatre being its internationally famous birthplace under the previous artistic direction of Peter Stein. Through doing so, the work produced at the Schaubuhne has transgressed established divides of text-based and devised theatre, and blurred the borders between theatre and dance.
Combining scholarly reflection with interview material, this essential collection investigates how theatre has been reinvented by the Schaubuhne under Ostermeier's tenure, bringing together international theatre scholars such as Erika Fischer-Lichte, Marvin Carlson, Jitka Goriaux Pelechova, Benjamin Fowler, Ramona Mosse and Sabine Huschka. This study also considers productions by some of Ostermeier's past and present collaborators, such as Katie Mitchell, Falk Richter and Sasha Waltz.
This edition also includes the first English translation of Schaubuhne's original manifesto "The Mission" (1999); a contribution from Ostermeier's long-term co-director Jens Hillje; a contribution from Hans-Thies Lehmann on Falk Richter; and an interview with Thomas Ostermeier by Clare Finburgh Delijani.
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Preface - 20 years of the Schaubuhne Berlin under Thomas Ostermeier: Ambitions, achievements, transformations by Peter M Boenisch
I. The Schaubuhne Berlin under Thomas Ostermeier: Reinventing an institution
1) The first season: The Mission (1999) by Thomas Ostermeier, Jens Hillje, Sasha Waltz and Jochen Sandig
2) Between philosophical and sociological theatre: The political Regietheater of Peter Stein and Thomas Ostermeier at the Schaubuhne Berlin by Erika Fischer-Lichte
3) The Schaubuhne's Civic Mission in the Age of Globalization: An Imaginary Island that Probes Society by Ramona Mosse
4) 'Audiences know their cause will be treated': Making political theatre at the Schaubuhne - Thomas Ostermeier in conversation with Clare Finburgh Delijani
II. Thomas Ostermeier at the Schaubuhne: Reinventing 'Directors' Theatre'
5) Socialist Realism, Capitalist Realism, Ostermeier Realism by Marvin Carlson
6) Thomas Ostermeier's Shakespeare productions: The mise en action of canonical plays by Jitka Goriaux Pelechova
7) Hamlet out of joint: Variations on a theme in Thomas Ostermeier's production, 2008-2020 by Elisa Leroy
8) Sensing the North: Thomas Ostermeier and the Schaubuhne in Brazil by Igor de Almeida Silva
9) Confronting the present: Thomas Ostermeier's post-conceptual Regietheater by Peter M. Boenisch
III. The Schaubuhne's experiments across forms and borders: Towards a new realism
10) Theatre towards the liberation of thinking: Experimenting with realism(s) at the Schaubuhne, 2000-2010 by Jens Hillje
11) Re-scripting Realism: Katie Mitchell and Thomas Ostermeier at the Schaubuhne by Benjamin Fowler
12) Encountering the rage from the South: Latin American theatre at the Schaubuhne's F.I.N.D. festival by Marina Ceppi
13) Performing Bodies as a scenic playground of social realities: Choreographic Theatre at the Berlin Schaubuhne by Sabine Huschka
14) REST/less EXHAUSTION, SEMI-CALM: Some notes on Falk Richter and Anouk van Dijk's Trust by Hans-Thies Lehmann
This critical study reflects on Thomas Ostermeier's time at Berlin's Schaubuhne Theatre and the contribution it has made to contemporary theatre.