The city of Dessau Rosslau is committed to the German-Polish theatre project transit Masovian Dessau, 30 may: after already, the Arts Foundation of Saxony-Anhalt financially supported the first international production of the kurtheater Bitterfeld e.v. dessau, now also the Kulturrauschuss of the city of Dessau Rosslau has approved a promotion of 3000 euros for this project. Inc. here. The world premiere of Masovian transit takes place on 24 July at the Polish Theatre Festival Przystanek Olecko, the Germany premiere is planned in collaboration with the Bauhaus stage within the framework of the color Festival 2008 at the Bauhaus in Dessau. “Although we had not doubted that the city of Dessau Rosslau will also support us in our first International Theatre project, we were was but much easier, as our name.” Kristin Beckmann says the kurtheater Bitterfeld e.v. dessau”on the decision of the Kulturauschusses of the city of Dessau-Rosslau, the theatre project transit Masovian” to assist with 3,000 euros. For Regula Steiner Tomic, the artistic director and founder of the free theatre company is a recognition of our work we have done here continuously for 13 years in the region and will now be continued in an international field.” The premiere of transit Masovian”takes on July 24, 2008, in the framework of the Polish of Theatre Festival Przystanek Olecko” in the Mazurian Olecko instead.
The Germany premiere is planned within the framework of the Blue Festival in early September at the Bauhaus in Dessau. The ensemble consists of professional artists and amateur actors from Germany and Poland. “With the theatre company at the Centrum Kultury i Promocji w Milanowku” we have found an ideal partner for our piece and its implementation. The chemistry at the first joint rehearsal has agreed immediately”, says Regula Steiner Tomic. The story is told by Emma, an unemployed elderly woman from Vockerode, who seek their fortune in Poland and there as job into a successful cosmetics company to build up a cleaning crew. Together with she experienced a journey through the german Polish history in Warsaw of the 21st century begins and in Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s Weimar yet long not ending their Polish colleagues.
The piece developed Maya Tangenberg Grishin, who won for directing. It is already for the internationally experienced Theater woman who currently Polytechnical University in Vaasa (Finland) teaches at the Swedish”the third collaboration with the kurtheater Bitterfeld e.v. in dessau. They called their piece even dramatic collage, mixed with very German and very Polish stories funny, tragic and lyric which gives rise to a historic image gallery of common history in unbiased way.” The performance opts for primarily non-verbal physical theatre techniques and lots of music, when spoken in German and Polish. The kurtheater Bitterfeld e.V. dessau was founded in 1993 as a group of professional artists and amateurs.