Rehearsal Space Café
The Rehearsal Space Platform has offered the Rehearsal Space Café since January 2017: this monthly event where the editorial team of the Rehearsal Space Platform and the users of the platform visit a rehearsal space in Berlin, personally meet the people who operate it and can use the opportunity to ask questions directly on location and mutually discuss them.
The Café on March 26 is cancelled due to illness.
Rehearsal Space Café #9 at K77
April 9, 2018, 5:00 pm
Location: K77 Studio, Kastanienallee 77, 10435 Berlin
The Rehearsal Space Platform has offered the Rehearsal Space Café since January 2017: this is an event where the editorial team of the Rehearsal Space Platform and the users of the platform visit a rehearsal space in Berlin, personally meet the people who operate it and can use the opportunity to ask questions directly on location and mutually discuss them.
This time, we will meet at K77, a small studio and performance venues in a formerly squatted building in Prenzlauer Berg. K77 is still operated today within the framework of the house project K77. The studio functions both as a location for teaching, over the course of continuous classes and workshops, a weekly CI Jam and Open Mornings, as well as a rehearsal space, location for artist residencies and as a stage and performance venue where the artists have the opportunity to present their work.
We ask you to please RSVP by sending an email to: redaktion(at)proberaumplattform-berlin.de
Rehearsal Space Café #9 at FLUGWERK
January 29, 2018, 5:00 pm
Location: Flugwerk, Osloerstraße 12, 13359 Berlin
This time, we will meet in FLUGWERK, a workshop stage for theater, performance and visual art. Artists and collectives are invited here to work, exchange experiences and network. The work is regularly opened up for discussion over the course of public rehearsals, tryouts and showings. The goal is to making working processes visible as well as to develop new working methods and spaces for communication about artistic practice.
Rehearsal Space Café #6 at TATWERK | Performative Forschung
June 19, 2017, 5:00 pm
Location: TATWERK | Performative Forschung Hasenheide 9, second courtyard, entrance 1, 3rd floor, 10967 Berlin
The last rehearsal space café of the season is happening on June 19!
Following exciting visits to Aula im Kubiz’, AK—ZENT, HAUSER/Dramatische Republik, Centre Français de Berlin and Studio Verlin, we will now visit TATWERK | Performative Forschung.
We invite you to an exciting exchange of information and to compare various forms of operating rehearsal spaces in an informal setting where providers of rehearsal space can enter into an open dialogue with artists and producers.
Rehearsal Space Café #5 at Studio Verlin
May 22, 2017, 6:00 pm
Location: Studio Verlin, Klosterstraße 44, 10179 Berlin
It has already almost become a tradition: once a month, the Rehearsal Space Platform visits a rehearsal space in Berlin. Studio VERLIN is the daily rehearsal space of Constanza Macras | DorkyPark and is also used as a performance venue for smaller formats. The studio is suitable for a series of different events and formats. It can be used all day as well as in the evening both during the week and on weekends.
Rehearsal Space Café #4 at Centre Français de Berlin
April 24, 2017, 5:00 pm
Location: Centre Français de Berlin, Müllerstraße 74, 13349 Berlin
The fourth event was held at Centre Français de Berlin (CFB), a German-French culture center. The 220-seat theater is open to all art forms and features a stage that is 10 meters x 5.50 meters, a large projection screen as well as outstanding acoustics and a good collection of stage equipment. In addition, CFB offers four conference rooms ranging in size between 25 and 85 square meters with comfortable working atmospheres and a view of nature. Artist residencies have been organized at CFB for the two years and it can be used both as a rehearsal space as well as a performance venue. As CFB is not yet established as a performance venue and is dependent upon its own financial resources, rental prices must be negotiated for all events other than cooperation projects supported by CFB.
Rehearsal Space Café #3 at ITZ Berlin
March 6, 2017, 5:00 pm
Location: Hauser/Dramatische Republik, Schudomastrasse 32, 12055 Berlin
ITZ is a team of culture managers, theater educators actors and directors have developed a concept for an intercultural theater center in Neukölln for our non-profit association ITZ Berlin. This center brings together theater education as well as a performance venue and rehearsal space for professional theater under one roof and future plans may include a theater school.
ITZ Berlin has once again had a permanent location since the beginning of 2014. Our home, HAUSER, is only a few steps away from S-Bahnhof Sonnenallee. The members of the association have transformed a run-down commercial space at Esperantoplatz into a welcoming and inviting rehearsal and performance space. This location provides the opportunity to meet and rehearse, it offers space for small-scale productions, concerts, film screenings, literary readings, panel discussions, meetings, exhibitions, parties and much, much more. The large windows of our space are a kind of programming all by themselves. They offer an invitation to look inside while allowing us the chance to see the outside world. They are an expression of openness, light and transparency.
Rehearsal Space Café #2 at AKT-ZENT
February 13, 2017, 4:00 pm
AKT-ZENT Internationales Theaterzentrum Berlin has existed since 1995 and was founded by Dr. Jurij Alschitz and Christine Schmalor. AKT-ZENT offers additional training program for professional theater makers in the form of seminar series, workshops, labs and master classes. AKT-ZENT has served as the research center of the German International Theater Institute (ITI) since 2011.
Dank der Proberaumförderung des Berliner Senats, bietet AKT-ZENT professionellen Gruppen die Möglichkeit, den Raum zum begünstigten Preis von 5€ die Stunde zu mieten bei einer Probendauer von mindestens 5 Tagen.
A new era begins for AKT-ZENT in 2017 as it changes its name to the World Theatre Training Institute. The new name fits the new aspects of the institution: academic and artistic research into the theory and practice of training methods for professional theater which also includes the transfer of this to other areas of society.