visual site specific

Grotest Maru creates theatre in public spaces and is inspired by visual, physical, and object theatre, as well as installation and landart.

upcoming projects


ZEICHNUNG: HANNA ZIMMERMANN
ZEICHNUNG: HANNA ZIMMERMANN

ERINNERUNGSLABOR – WORKSHOP

 

Monday, September 9th, 3 pm – 6 pm

 

Storytelling Laboratory - a story telling workshop with contemporary witnesses at Spreepark, Berlin

 

a collaboration with Tom Mustroph and Hanna Zimmermann

in cooperation with Grün Berlin

 

We are still searching for contemporary witnesses!!

 

If you want to tell your personal story about a special experience at Kulturpark Plänterwald in GDR times or at Spreepark in the early 90s, please contact: grotestmaru@grotest-maru.de

 

September 15th : Erinnerungslabor - Workshop Presentation, Tag der Offenen Tür, Spreepark

 

More information here

 

TIMEBANK in Poland on TOUR

 

Sunday, October 6th:

International Theatre Festival Demoludy,

Olsztyn, Poland

 

More information here

PHOTO: ANDREAS KERMANN
PHOTO: ANDREAS KERMANN

Propeller Tour

 

After the successful Europe-Premiere at ViaThea Festival in Görlitz, we are happy to announce:

Berlin
Saturday, September 14th, Berlin, OPENING of Festival at FELD Theater

 

More information here

PHOTO: URSULA MARIA BERZBORN
PHOTO: URSULA MARIA BERZBORN

 Open Training

 

After wonderful indoor trainings at Studio 2 of MIME Centrum in Kunstquartier Bethanien, Grotest Maru moved outdoors and explored the public space around Kunstquartier Bethanien - with and without stilts.


More summer trainings are ahead, come and join!

Tuesday,  August 27th, 4 - 7 pm
& Wednesday, September 18th, 4 - 7 pm

If you want to join please contact: grotestmaru@grotest-maru.de


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The KuLe Book is still available!

With numerous images of interventions in public space, early street theatre actions, actual pictures and pics of the beginnings of Grotest Maru and interesting articles of Grotest Maru members.

 

More information here:

Program Dedications

The KuLe Book

on facebook

PHOTO: URSULA MARIA BERZBORN
PHOTO: URSULA MARIA BERZBORN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nalepa lebt!


In Spring and Summer 2019 we will continue our research about the famous broadcasting complex of the former GDR-radio station Funkhaus Berlin.

Funded by a research grant of the Berliner Senat

 

More information here

PHOTO: ANDREAS KERMANN
PHOTO: ANDREAS KERMANN

 

The Nymphs


We are happy to announce a new creation for China and the Spreewald.

 

1st & 2nd June, Xi'an, China, Stilt theatre Version


23th June, Lübbener Kahnnacht, Site Specific Version - Water

Performance