The Other Eye #3

The Actor's Work / The Actor's Life


ca. 240 min

Panel Discussion

The third edition of the German-Norwegian theater seminars is focused upon the  work and life of actors in both countries. Their respective positions changing within the aesthetics as well as the social conditions, the two parts of the seminar reflect theoretical positions followed by a public shoptalk with actors and directors from both countries. The comparative approach is a principle of performed critique and personal reflections by directors, actors and scholars.

11:00 - 13:00

Susanne Øglænd (Director Oslo / Berlin)
Heiner Goebbels (Composer, Director, Artistic Director of Ruhr-Triennale)
Tore Vagn Lid (Director, Composer, Artistic Director of Transiteatret Bergen, Professor at Oslo National Academy of the Arts)
Fredrik Hannestad (Director, Verk Produksjoner, Oslo)

14.00 – 16.00

Lars Eidinger (Actor, Schaubühne Berlin) 
Anders T. Andersen (Actor and Director, Oslo / Skien)
Torbjorn Davidsen (Actor in Norway)
Helena Waldmann (Director/ Choreographer, Berlin)

Moderation(English) Thomas Irmer

An event by Performing Arts Hub Norway and NORDWIND Festival and Platform.

Part of NORDWIND: Platform and Festival for the Arts from the Nordic and Baltic Countries.


  • Past
    Sat 30.11.2013, 11:00 / HAU2


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