KDS | Theatralia 2021/2
Our dearest friends,
This year Christmas celebration at Theatralia started with the publication of the autumn issue dedicated to ‘Contemporary German-language Theatre’, which is now also available online.
The issue was edited by Iva Mikulová, who collaborated with a number of researchers in the field of German-language theatre. Theatralia 2/2021 encompasses a variety of articles that deal with German-language drama and theatrical texts, specific theatre performances as well as dance theory. In the articles published you would come across such well-known and thus familiar names as Daniel Kehlmann’s Geister in Princeton and Die Reise der Verlorenen, Thomas Bernhard’s Over All the Mountain Tops, Bernhard Setzwein’s HRABAL und der Mann am Fenster, Rimini Protokoll’s Träumende Kollektive. Tastende Schafe /Staat 3/, Jaroslav Rudiš’s Nationalstraße, Dušan D. Pařízek’s Wilhelm Tell, König Ottokars Glück und Ende, and Die Hermannsschlacht, among others. In the autumn issue, you will also find a study of Josef Henke’s theatrical works, an interview with Christopher Balme, reviews of Peter W. Marx’s, Zuzana Augustová, Lenka Jungmannová and Aleš Merenus’, Pia Janke and Christina Schenkermayer’s, Aleš Merenus, Iva Mikulová and Jitka Šotkovská’s, Klára Hanáková’s monographs and edited publications as well as reports from various theatre conferences and events. The Archive section contains the first Czech translation of Martin Buber’s Bruder Leib as well as a detailed commentary by the translator Jan Motal.
Take a closer look at Theatralia 2/2021 here. You can also purchase a copy through Muni Shop or directly from the Department of Theatre Studies (Gorkého 57/7, 602 00 Brno, Building G).