Events

Theater × Reality

Theater and reality are inseparably connected, since theater is about reality. Theater describes reality – it exposes it. Sometimes theater makes fun of reality, sometimes it defends it, and sometimes it denounces it. And last but not least, theater is itself a slice of reality.

This interdependence is the focus of a new "Theater × Reality" discussion series, being jointly organized by the Robert Bosch Stiftung, the Stuttgarter Zeitung, and the Schauspiel Stuttgart theater. In this context, the theater will become a place of concentrated public exchange of ideas and intense reflection during two to three Sunday matinees per season, where different perspectives from theater and reality will be come together.

The focus of the events will be on discussions between notable figures from the worlds of politics, society, culture, business, and academia on themes and focal points of the plays on the theater’s schedule. By actively involving the audience, the dialog will subsequently be expanded into a debate.
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The Fatal Need for Small-Scale Spaces

December 04, 2016 - Political scientist Herfired Münkler and curator Martin Roth spoke up for liberality and a post national understanding of being German.
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How to Overcome Otherness and Fear

May 29, 2016 - Author Feridun Zaimoglu and Lord Mayor of the city of Ludwigsburg Werner Spec discussed „Germans between Welcome Culture and Fear“. They agreed that when it comes to integration, the pivotal facor is not big politics.
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A Call for More Civility in Religion

June 06, 2015 - Philosopher Julian Nida-Rümelin and author Sherko Fatah tried to uncover the origins of religious terrorism. They discussed the shortcomings of Islam, and looked at Western arrogance and religions in transition.
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Israel – a Hopeless Battleground?

Apr. 19, 2015 - The conflict in the Middle East has reached the stage where no end is in sight: "Israel – a conflict never to be resolved?" This question was tackled by Israeli historian Moshe Zimmermann and member of the European Parliament Elmar Brok.
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The Return of Violence

Jan. 11, 2015 - What drives people to terrorize and kill others? The journalist Jan Philipp Reemtsma and former Inspector General Wolfgang Schneiderhan discussed the question in Stuttgart.

Contact

Karin Heinlein
Phone: +49 (0)711 46084-603