Thomas Ostermeier

Thomas Ostermeier made a noteworthy debut in 1996 when he presented shows in a group of prefabricated structures abutting the Deutsches Theater, called the Baracke. Initially devoting himself to contemporary writings, he created an artistic collective around him that surprised and delighted the Berlin, then the European public. Appointed co-director of the Schaubühne in Berlin in 1999, he continued his work but alternated texts from the repertory – Büchner, Brecht, Ibsen… – and contemporary authors – Marius von Mayenburg, Jon Fosse, Biljana Srbljanovic, Sarah Kane, Lars Norén… Classic or modern, these plays are always integrated into the reality of a politically united but socially and culturally divided Germany, a fragmented Europe, confronted to with an attempt at a cultural invasion from across the Atlantic, from a world that cannot erase either conflict or the barbarism of its operating modes.



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