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Interactive Theater


Theater without walls. Developing structures, in which the expressions of the public can unfold, impact the story or even take the mainstage, the directors and actors commit to the act of active listening.

Synchronicles

A series of improvised translations throught the bodies of objects, texts, performers and participants


Synchronicles (2018)


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The Brain
An experimental piece by Orion Maxted, that transforms the audience into a collective intelligence, aka, a mind. During the course of the performance, that collective mind will learn to think, ask and answer questions, and be creative together - until ultimately, that collective intelligence is able to decide what to do and maybe even write a performance. 

Crew
Interactive theatre collective which creates live performances in technologically-enhanced immersive environments.

Dekalog
Interactive Theater production for digital space by Christopher Rüping and ensemble after Krzysztof Kieślowski, Schauspielhaus Zürich

Dungeon Master 
A hybrid of Theater and Improv performed on a stage using actors as the background

Fast Familiar
Audience-centric experiences which often utilise 'digital technology'

Punchdrunk
Theatre in which roaming audiences experience epic storytelling inside sensory theatrical worlds

Theatre of the Oppressed
An interactive theatre method developed by Brazilian theatre director Augusto Boal to promote social change. 

Schuldfabrik
is a multi-room parkour; a soap shop, a beauty clinic, a confessionary and a sustainable system of up-cycling guilt created by Julian Hetzel.

SIGNA
An artistic collective producing immersive endurance installations which engage with archetype, improvisation and highly curated visual landscapes, to indulge and investigate structures of power and degradation, fate, identity and desire



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