Headed by Janis El-Bira, freelance Journalist and head of the blog of Theatertreffen, young writers accompany the festival with criticism, … More
In 1942, Jorge Luis Borges wrote a short detective story called “Death and the Compass”. In BORGESTRIPTYCH, an adaptation of … More
Cássia Vila presents once again her impressions. This time from “Under the Flesh” and “Wann hast du das letzte mal … More
What’s so special about that thing called penis – and why does it change our ways of interacting with the world if we have one or not? Performer Julia Laperrière is looking for answers in her performance “Falla”.
Clarissa Rêgo’s solo performance “BLOOM” was amongst the most radical ones seen so far at the festival – and quite literally crossed the border between performative and visual art.
No performance at OUTNOW! passes without our blogger Cássia Vila bringing her sketchbook. This time, she collages and reflects on “Bloom”, “Thank You”, “Correspondence #1”, and “The Inefficient Body”.
With “The Inefficient Body”, performer Deborah Hazler introduced the non self-optimizing body as a vehicle of resistance – and provoked our author to poetical afterthoughts.
Our author reflects on the festival’s highlights with sketches she made during the performances, combining them photos and short texts. Her first entry is dedicated to “I listen, (you) See” and “Oops I did it again”.
Friday night saw the opening of OUTNOW! 2019. Here’s what it looked like through our blogger’s camera lense.