What sort of concepts form the basis for project-planning at arts theaters overseas? And what sort of system are projects operated under? In this lecture, we invite guests from Deutsches SchauSpielHaus in Germany’s second city of Hamburg, a theater that continually puts on productions of recent representative theatrical works among German-speaking countries. In this dialogue-format session with a moderator, our guests talk about approaches to running a theater in a major city. With consecutive Japanese interpretation. Please join us!
Rita Thiele (Chief Dramaturg/Deputy Artistic Director, Deutsches SchauSpielHaus Hamburg)
Moderator: Natsume Date (theater journalist)
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Human Resource Development Section, Program Planning Division
Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre