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  • Christoph Lepschy

  • Schauspieler*innen mit Helmen, Fellen und mit Flaggen auf der Bühne | © Manuela Seethaler

    Elfriede Jelinek's "Am Königsweg" is an examination of right-wing populism, Donald Trump's disastrous political practice and the helplessness of a society that cannot find an answer to the explosive spread of contempt for democracy and violence.

    Drama production
  • Pleasurespace
    Pleasure Space - Rooms of discovery 

    Pleasure Space is a tactile installation and theatrical play on sexuality education. Anna Szepes' master project in MA Applied Theatre aims to create safe and playful performative spaces for intergenerational exchange and creative knowledge production around sexuality. In Pleasure Space we use research, interviews, play design, writing, somatic exercises and sound to realise a correspondence between adults and teenagers that is now open to you.

    Student project
  • Gaia Till Ernecke | © Manuela Seethaler
    Directing projects on the theme of Classic 

    On January 20 and 21, the Thomas Bernhard Institute, in cooperation with the Department of Scenography of the Mozarteum University, presented Philoktet by Heiner Müller, Gaia in a version by Till Ernecke and The Bacchae by Euripides, three directorial works on the theme of classical music at the Theater im KunstQuartier.

    Drama production
  • Dionysos. Madness pours upon my lovely face
    Dionysos. Madness pours upon my lovely face 

    Could Dionysus be a queer trans* deity? What if their companions simply do not conform to any norm and are not mad at all? Cat Jugravu's performance DIONYSOS. MADNESS POURS UPON MY LOVELY FACE invites us to reinterpret the myth as a manifesto for otherness and queerness. With the Maenads - the dissident entourage of Dyonisos - the audience tries to approach a life without the norm in ritual, dance and rave.

    Student project
  • Ein oranges Zelt, darüber ein türkises X | © Applied Theatre
    TheaterLab X 

    X participants, X directors on X dates with X theater ideas, people interested in theater, theater enthusiasts, theater novices meet students of the Applied Theatre - artistic theater practice & society program. Everyone tries out together, some in playing, others in directing.

  • Weite, flache Landschaft, Wolken am Himmel, Silhouette eines Menschen in der Mitte
    With Dylan on the Road - Bringing it all back home 

    Inspired by the polyartist Bob Dylan and his approaches of appropriation and transformation, nine artistic-explorative teams of two from the Mozarteum University were on the road in South Africa, the US, Mexico, Europe and Latin America during the first half of 2022. The results are nine art projects that will be premiered on October 14 and 15 as part of Jazz & The City, accompanied by a symposium "Inspired by ... commemorating 60 Years of Bob Dylan.".

    OUBLIEZ - Whom we forget 

    How do we change perspectives when things and people become strangers to us? The performance OUBLIEZ - WHO(N) WE FORGET focuses on the 'in-between spaces' where communication takes place - between those affected, care staff and relatives - and tries to capture what happens to people who "disappear without being lost".

    Student project
  • Lievito madre
    Lievito Madre 

    How much time do we give life in life? Pelican or raven? How much role modeling can we tolerate? Where do we put our anger? Do you wash your hands often enough? And do you like to eat bread? Yes, and who actually asks mum? Lievito Madre invites you to take time to listen, ask yourself questions and take a closer look at the roles of mothers.

    Student project
  • Mann oh Mann, Boy oh Boy | © Johanna Mayrhofer
    Man oh man, Boy oh boy 

    Jonas Baur, Master's student Applied Theatre invites all men (all bodies, queer-friendly, trans* inclusive) to come together to seek and find answers to what it can mean to make masculinity diverse and caring. The invitation is open to anyone who is curious, interested in sharing about gender roles, wants to see themselves as men in their own way, or wants to prevent discrimination.

    Student project
  • Dance until we die | © Mitzi Gugg
    Dance until we die 

    The Applied Theatre project digs for stories hidden in the Rainberg. By overlaying the different uses in different periods of time, contrasts but also commonalities become visible: "Dance until we die" examines how temporary communities function, according to which criteria they are created, which rules they are subject to.

    Student project