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Spilleplan:

14.sep 13kl. 15:00  billetter@dramatikkenshus.no

Mameloschn Mother Tongue av Marianna Salzmann

Bold Readings: internasjonale tekster i røfft format

I "Mameloschn Mother Tongue" skildrer Marianna Salzmann komplekse og nære mor-og datter-relasjoner. Mormor, mor og datter/datterdatter  har vokst opp under forskjellige samfunnsvilkår og tatt  vidt forskjellige, personlige valg. Her møtes de i en følelsesladet dialog om nærhet, avstand og løsrivelse.

Marianna Salzmann er født i 1985 og oppvokst i Moskva. Hun studerte scenisk skrivekunst på Universität der Künste i Berlin, fikk den gjeve teaterprisen til Kleistförderung i 2012 og publikumsprisen for Muttersprache Mameloschn på Mühlheimer Theatertage i juni 2013. 

Medvirkende: Thea Stabell, Kate Pendry og Sarah MacDonald Berge.

Kurator for arrangementet er Hege Randi Tørresen.

Se Marianna Salzmann snakke om stykket sitt her

 

Marianna Salzmann was born in 1985 in Volgograd and grew up in Moscow. In 1995, she emigrated to Germany, where she studied literature, drama and media studies at the University of Hildesheim, before taking up a place on the course in writing for the stage at Berlin University of the Arts in 2008. Following periods as an assistant director and assistant dramaturg at the Schauspielhaus Hanover and the Theaterhaus Jena, she started directing in her own right at Hildesheim and Hanover as well. Her first play‚ White Bread Music, won the 2009 Wiener Wortstaetten Prize, and was performed at the bat studio theatre in Berlin and the Nestroyhof in Vienna. It was followed by works premiered at the Bayerisches Staatsschauspiel in Munich (Satisfied), the Deutsches Theater in Berlin (Mass Extinction of the Possibilities, Mother Tongue Mameloschn) and the Ballhaus Naunynstrasse (Beg Your Pardon). In January 2012, she received the Kleist Prize for Young Dramatists for her play Birthmarks Window Blue, which was premiered at the Badisches Staatstheater in Karlsruhe. Marianna Salzmann lives in Berlin.

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