[NetBehaviour] Taboo Theater 2.0 -- blog entries/participation
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Thu Mar 6 18:02:03 CET 2008
yes there are quite a lot of german entries as of now -- but we would
like everyone to write in any language they like...!!
>it is working for me, the blog site ...
>(must learn german ... )
>h : )
>>I just tried to access the project but got a blank page...
>>Does this mean that it has not begun yet?
>>> *Taboo Theater 2.0*
>>> What: Blog and Internet/Theater project
>>> When: Online participation starts* NOW*; Theater project on location:*
>>> May 19-24*, 2008.
>>> Where: Online and at Theater am Neumarkt in Zuerich/Switzerland
>>> How:* ONLINE PARTICIPATION!!*
>>> *Taboo Theater 2.0* is an Internet/Theater project by Ursula
>>> Endlicher, Ela Kagel and Anke Zimmermann, focusing on the question:/
>>> How much taboo does art need?/
>>> Historically it seems that theater has always embraced topics
>>> regarding the breaking or rethinking of ethical values in its society.
>>> What will a theater-production face when inviting a/ global society/
>>> with diverse approaches towards art, culture, and societal habits, to
>>> participate in it?
>>> In the blog section of this piece we are inviting everyone to submit
>>> images, sound files, texts, videos or comments on taboos in art,
>>> theater, literature, or on the Web, which will then be part of a
>>> week-long theater production at/ Theater am Neumarkt/Chorgasse/ in
>>> Zuerich from May 19-24, 2008. The Internet is our/ global stage/ and
>>> we are hoping that via the blog many different points of view will be
>>> conveyed, as they will co-determine the outcome of the piece. The
>>> structure and functionality of the blog will be translated onto the
>>> theater stage, where the collected content will be further worked on.
>>> More information/ Participate in this project:
>> > http://www.theateramneumarkt.ch/tabublog
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