Physical and site specific theatre

Grotest Maru offers different types of workshops for children, teenagers or adults, amateurs and professionals.
We work in the field of physical theatre, stilt walking, acting and as well object, set and costume design.

In the performative workshops participants get an insight into Grotest Maru’s working methods.
We explore various technics of movement and work on body awareness in relationship to a group and to space – indoors and outdoors.
Through improvisation technics we encourage spontaneity in the creation of movement, characters and scenes and guide the participants to have a joyful and strong presence on stage.

Grotest Maru trainers:
Ursula Maria Berzborn, Clara Gracia, Adam Read, Sergio Serrano, Joachim Villegas




Next Workshop with Grotest Maru at Kunsthaus KuLe


15th, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 29th, 30th, 31st May
Workshop presentation on 31st May, 8pm

"Female Images – a theatrical research in public space"



You want to get an insight into different working methods of physical theatre and site specific theatre?
You are between 16 and 27 years old and your family has a migration background?
You want to engage into researching about female clichèes?

We will work in the field of physical training, body and group awareness, theatre games, non-verbal character work and practical exercises in the public space.

The international theatre company Grotest Maru offers in collaboration with the associations La Red and AgitPolska a workshop for cultural exchange and against Anti-Muslim Racism.
Through the search for common roots we want to cross cultural borders and break down prejudice to foreigners.

ADMISSION FREE! Please send us some words about you!!

Admission deadline: May 10, 2018

Physical Theatre Workshop in cooperation with Ninedu Theatre, Mianyang, China, 2017


Workshop against Islamophobia 2017

in cooperation with agitPolska e.V. and La Red e.V., KuLe Theater, Berlin

This workshop was part of the program „WIR HIER! Kein Platz für Muslimfeindlichkeit in Europa – Migrantenorganisationen im Dialog“. Supported by: Bundesministerium für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend , Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.


Intercultural exchange with NON Berlin Gallery and a Youthgroup from Boseng, South-Korea, 2017

and a Youthgroup from Boseng, South-Korea, KuLe Theater, Berlin


Urban Animals, Workshop at Hector-Peterson-Schule, 2017

Berlin Kreuzberg, in the program “Theater macht Schule”