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MIMOS 2015

Rimini Protokoll


Anne Fournier, Paola Gilardi, Andreas Härter and Claudia Maeder

Der vorliegende Band gibt Einblick in die Arbeitsweisen und die künstlerische Entwicklung von Rimini Protokoll. Mit seiner Experimentierfreudigkeit und der sozialen Relevanz seiner Produktionen prägt das Kollektiv das internationale Theaterschaffen seit fünfzehn Jahren nachhaltig.

This volume provides insights into the modes of operation and the artistic development of Rimini Protokoll. For more than fifteen years, the collective, with its love of experimentation and the social relevance of its productions, has had a deep and lasting impact on the international theatre world.

Cet ouvrage se penche sur le laboratoire créatif et l’évolution artistique du Rimini Protokoll. Depuis quinze ans, ce collectif marque de son talent la scène théâtrale internationale grâce à sa pertinence sociale, son esprit expérimental et une curiosité sans borne.

La presente pubblicazione getta uno sguardo nel laboratorio creativo e ripercorre le principali tappe evolutive del collettivo teatrale Rimini Protokoll che, grazie all’incessante ricerca sperimentale e alla rilevanza sociale delle sue produzioni, da quindici anni esercita un notevole influsso sulla scena teatrale internazionale.


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Yvonne Schmidt


Experten des Alltags: Zur Funktion von Laiendarstellern in den Arbeiten von Rimini Protokoll Abstract Résumé Riassunto 126–133 Call Cutta in a Box, Regie: Helgard Haug, Stefan Kaegi, Daniel Wetzel; Premiere, Willy-Brandt-Haus, Berlin, 02. 04. 2008 Foto: © Barbara Braun / 126 Since 2000 the professional theatre has been talking about “experts of the everyday” in a discourse initiated by the directors’ collective Rimini Protokoll. Non-professional actors take the stage in their capacity as experts on specific areas of everyday performance. Experts of the everyday are not actors; their expertise lies in an area far removed from the theatre. Initially debate on the pheno- menon of experts of the everyday revolved around the dubious notion of “authenticity”, with the emphasis on the staging of real- life stories and imperfect performance as a play with failure. Espe- cially in more recent works, however, the focus has shifted to also include the social dimension of participation or the way spectators are activated to become co-actors. Ultimately, experts of the ever- yday cannot be considered separately from the discourse around the actor in theatre theory. From this perspective, experts of the everyday can be seen as a reflection of subjectivity in the theatre. Dans le théâtre professionnel, on parle des “experts du quotidien” depuis le début des années 2000 : le collectif Rimini Protokoll fait figure de fondateur du concept. Des interprètes non profession- nels se retrouvent sur la scène en tant qu’experts du quotidien pour rendre compte...

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