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Waldorf pupils enchant the audience at the theatre festival
The theatre weeks take place in the Cabuwazi circus tent on the Tempelhofer Feld. Every day another ensemble presents a two-hour programme to 250 spectators and enchants the audience with dramatic or humorous scenes. 10 schools show 14 evening-long theatre projects, which were rehearsed over weeks under the guidance of trained directors. There you will see ambitious productions including stage design and theatre lighting, often with live music and tailor-made costumes. More than 400 amateur actors, mostly aged 14 and 18, take part in the theatre festival.
The theatre productions are an integral part of Waldorf education. They are part of the curriculum of the 8th and 12th grades and are accompanied by a complex technical and personnel programme. Theatre pedagogy not only strengthens the self-confidence of each individual pupil, but also gives the classes special social cohesion. It is always fascinating to see the energy and determination with which the young people play their roles, inspire the audience and astound their teachers again and again.
2 June, 7 p.m.: The Automatic Princess - Fantastic Fables from 1001 Nights by Henry Mason (Workshop Production), 8th grade of the Waldorf School Märkisches Viertel Berlin
3 June, 19:00: Generation Club, a performance, graduation class of the Emil Molt Academy
June 4th, 19:00: Zwischenwelt by Nicole Jansen, 8th grade of the Emil Molt School
5 June, 5 p.m.: The division of the earth after Friedrich Schiller, 12th grade of the Parzival School, and 6 p.m. Eurythmy performance by students of the School for Eurythmic Art and Art in Berlin.
6 June, 7 p.m.: The purple-red flower, after a Russian fairy tale, acting course of Michael Tschechow Studio Berlin
7 June, 19:00: excerpts from plays by Shakespeare and Molière (in English and French), 11th grade of the Waldorf School Kleinmachnow
8. June, 19 o'clock: One flew over the cuckoo's nest of Dale Wasserman, 12. class of the Waldorf school Märkisches Viertel Berlin
Tempelhofer Feld site, Columbiadamm 84, 10965 Berlin, Germany
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