Video on Stage/Video and the Stage

How much film can theatre cope with? What makes a "sucessful" video on stage? Video as set design or a dey to hidden (stage) worlds? Video as a new narrative component or competition to the dramatic text and the performer? Will video kill the theatre star... or is post-dramatic theatre itself a dead-end?

These and other questions were discussed on April 6 during the sucessful "Video on Stage/Video and the Stage" workshop held by the Goethe-Institut and Charles Street Video. Hosted by Torge Moller of Fettfilm Berlin, the workshop explored new possibilities in the fields of theatre, music, installation, performance and party through the use of digital video techniques. WIth his work as a video artist, Moller aims above all to join video with other media into a meaningful Gesamtkunstwerk. The workshop provided participants with intelligent and insightful discussion and debate while exploring the possibilities of video and theatre.

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