Uferstudio 1 / Winterbar Stage Stage

Falscher Abgang – Unzeitgemäße Themen des Zeitgenössischen Theaters. Folge 5: ZUSCHAUEN (cancelled)

Live Podcast Recording by Peter Stamer
In the frame of The Last Open Spaces?

Last summer, Peter Stamer invited four Berliners by choice with practical or theoretical theater backgrounds to his home. Over a different meal each time, he chatted with Lisa Lucassen, Eva Brunner, Andreas Müller, and Christel Weiler about untimely topics in contemporary theater. LANGEWEILE, APPLAUS, HUMOR, PANNE & SCHEITERN are the first four titles of his podcast series. For the fifth episode of «Falscher Abgang» Peter Stamer meets with the artistic director of the Tanzfabrik Jacopo Lanteri on the stage of the Winterbar in Studio 1. With white and other sausages they take on the topic ZUSCHAUEN. The conversation, accompanied by Austrian musician and sound designer Andreas Hamza, is recorded live with audience.

Peter Stamer

Peter Stamer is a Berlin-based German theatre maker and author working in the international context of contemporary performing arts. His performances and works for stage, radio and public space have been presented in theatres, cinemas, museums and cities across the world.  peterstamer.com 
Duration: 60 minutes

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Conceived & directed by Peter Stamer | Live music & sound design:  Andreas Hamza | Evening guest: Jacopo Lanteri.

Further Biografies

Andreas Hamza lives and works in Vienna. Since 2002 he has been working as a sound engineer mainly in documentary film, since 1991 as a musician for various music projects including: live theater music for "Peer Gynth" (Landestheater Bregenz, 2011), sound for "In their Name" by Philipp Gehmacher (2010) and live composition for "Voices of the Unknown" by Barbara Kraus (TQW, 2011). In the showcase sound design for "it's time" (2011), live composition and sound design for "the very last" (2012) as well as live music in "far away, so close" (2013), "all|ein" (from 2015), "text|zeichen|setzen" (2017) and "what will be #00" (2019), "Wer will kann gehen" (2020), "Weiyena" (2020) film music or the radio play "26.Apri 1986" by Peter Stamer (2021).

Jacopo Lanteri was born in Bordighera, Italy in 1983. He graduated in Dance and Theatre Studies in Bologna and Event and Museum Curatorship in Rome. In the past years he worked as curator for Centrale Fies in Italy (2012-2014) as production-dramaturg for Tanzfabrik Berlin (2013-2014), as dramaturg and curator at brut Wien (2015-2017) and as Artistic Coordinator for the European project apap - Performing Europe 2020 (2017-2020). Since 2020 Jacopo Lanteri is responsible for the artistic program of Tanzfabrik Berlin/ Bühne, and together with Julian Weber for Tanznacht Berlin 2020-2023.