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  • Authors: Höhne, Jacob; Höhne, Gisela;

    RambaZamba was founded by Gisela Höhne and Klaus Erforth in 1990 as a part of the Sonnenuhr e.V. association (which is now RambaZamba e.V). RambaZamba’s first premier took place in 1991. Since 1992, the theatre group has its permanent stage and practices at the Kulturbrauerei in Berlin. Currently, about up to eight premieres and 100 further performances are shown on two stages in one playing season. Furthermore, the RambaZamba ensemble regularly does guest performances around Germany and other countries. The theatre also has an atelier at its disposal, where artists with disabilities can work and exhibit, and respectively sell their art. Since 2008, RambaZamba cooperates with a workshop for people with disabilities, namely the VIA Blumenfisch GmbH. This enables RambaZamba’s actors and actresses to have safe jobs and gives them the opportunity to work at the theater on a full- time basis. The theater is funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe. From the playing season 2009/ 10 until 2016/ 17 Gisela Höhne was the sole artistic director of the theater. In 2017/ 18, Jacob Höhne took over and became the theater’s manager and artistic director. The RZA (RambaZamba Agentur) is a casting agency that is a part of the RambaZamba e.V. The RZA introduces actors and actresses with disability to movie productions or television productions. Next to the training RZA coaches and looks after their actors on set. Awards - Förderpreis für Darstellende Kunst of the Akademie der Künste Berlin for the Ensemble Gisela Höhne (1996). - Sonderpreis der Jury of the Festival Politik im Freien Theater for “Medea – Der tödliche Wettbewerb”, Regie Höhne (1999). - Deutscher Kinderkulturpreis from the Deutschen Kinderhilfswerk e.V. (1999). - Kulturpreis der B.Z. for both directors (2004). - Förderpreis des Lessing- Preises für Kritik (2012). - Caroline- Neuber- Preis of the city of Leipzig for the direction and artistic management of Gisela Höhne (2014). - Finalistenpreis Roman Herzog Preis (2018).

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  • Authors: Strassmann, Arnold;

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  • Authors: Dr. Svetlana Boltovska, Gnd:1018822461;

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  • Authors: Windus, Grischa; Wallgram, Peter; Jeuckens, René;

    Abstract: Together with an ensemble of actors with disabilities, filmmakers René Jeuckens, Peter Wallgram, and Grischa Windus conducted a six-month research project - in individual and group conversations about the night dreams of the ensemble members. This gave rise to the plot for the feature film “DAS LEBEN EIN TRAUM” (following the title of the classical play of Calderón de la Barca’s “La vida es sueño”). The film uses poetic images to explore the theme of inclusion and the limits of perception. It also explores the form an “inclusive film” might take.

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  • Authors: Richard Conlon (Artistic Director); Simon Morris (Manager);

    Blue Apple Theatre was founded in Winchester in 2005. The company supports actors with learning disabilities in their development and performs high quality productions in front of a wide audience. Blue Apple’s activities include theatre, dance and film projects. The ensemble performs on stages around Hampshire as well as at venues at national and international level. The program is constantly being expanded. Blue Apple is involved in the further development of work with people with learning disabilities in the artistic field. In this way, the company is committed to a more inclusive and equal society. Through the stage performances and the public recognition of their work, the ensemble members increase their self-confidence. In addition to their personality, they also develop their social and artistic skills. Thanks to Jane Jessop’s commitment, Blue Apple Theatre was founded. After graduation, her son expressed a desire to become an actor. Since the closest theatre ensemble for people with learning disabilities was in London at the time, Jessop decided to form an inclusive theatre group in Winchester. In 2005, courses were initially offered on a trial basis. More than 50 people took part. Shortly thereafter, the Blue Apple Theatre was founded as part of the Winchester Mencap Charity Association. The first course took place in July 2005. At that time, a part-time drama teacher, supported by volunteers, worked for the project. In 2009, the first artistic director, Peter Clerke, was hired. Four years later, the group was registered as an independent charity. The first full-time director was appointed in 2014 and worked from then on together with the artistic director, the choreographer and an administrator. In 15 years, the Blue Apple Theatre has become one of the most well-known disability arts organisations in the south of England and tours all over the country and abroad. In 2016, a Channel 4 News report on the performances at London’s Shakespeare’s Globe attracted a lot of attention. In addition, in 2014, the Blue Apple production Hamlet was the subject of William Jessop’s award-winning BBC documentary Growing Up Down’s. It won the Creative Diversity Network Most Ground-Breaking Programme Award for changing perceptions of disability and was nominated for an International Emmy. The production Much Ado About Nothing was performed at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and the Jersey Arts Centre, among others. The Blue Apple company also performs at festivals, conferences, and prestigious events across the country. Winchester Main Company consists of approximately 32 actors with a learning disability. The ensemble produces two major public shows per year, mostly based on classical literature, such as Shakespeare plays. The productions are staged at Theatre Royal Winchester and are supported by professional artists and technicians. Originally created as a result of a long waiting list, the Special Assignments Company has developed into a specialized offshoot that produces open-air theatre and devised shows. The group regularly performs at Hat Fair, a Free Outdoor Arts Festival, in Winchester. Blue Apple’s productions also influence the national agenda through their directness in dealing with challenging topics. Living Without Fear was performed at 42 venues in front of over 5,000 people, including ministers and MPs. As a result, the training film Paul’s Story was produced on behalf of the police. The film Freddie’s Story was shot in response to the national Mencap report Death by Indifference and is used to train medical personnel in the public and private health sectors. The theatre establishes partnerships at the regional and national level, thus spreading its exemplary approach to working with people with learning disabilities. Blue Apple has produced 32 theatre productions and other projects since 2005. By staging high quality theatre, dance and film productions, the ensemble wants to break down prejudices and change the lives of people with learning disabilities. Blue Apple is also leading a study to measure and illustrate the impact of its work. The theatre wants to show the effect of its work on the social and personal development of its members. This is intended to achieve a comprehensive change in the general attitude towards the capabilities of people with learning disabilities and their contribution to society.

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    Informationen zu den beteiligten Personen: GND, Name, Vorname, Titel, Funktion, Wirkungsort, Konfession, Geburtsjahr, Rolle in der Universal-Kirchenzeitg

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  • Authors: Hartmann, Gerd; Hummel, Nicole;

    Theater Thikwa is "Germany's most well-known theater where artists with and without disabilities unite to make a theater" (rbb Kulturradio). Thikwa presents performances, dance, text-based, and music theater in its own performance venues in Berlin and guest performances worldwide with no fear of experimentation. The foundation of Theater Thikwa is the Thikwa Werkstatt für Theater und Kunst, the Thikwa Workshop for Theater and Art. This is where the 44 members of the ensemble work. Theater Thikwa works predominantly with the personal characteristics of its performers and seeks out new forms of expression beyond the fixed definitions of genres. In doing so, it continuously works with external artists from the independent performing arts community. The story of Thikwa begins with the founding of the association Thikwa e.V. to support collaborative artistic work between people with disabilities and non-disabled artists. Initiated by Christine Vogt, critical founding members included Hanna Näter, Gerlinde Altenmüller, Matthias Maedebach, and friends and staff members of Werkheim Zehlendorf. Christine Vogt received the Förderpreis, or incentive award, of the Karl Hofer Gesellschaft for the Thikwa initiative. The first production by Theater Thikwa, Im Stehen sitzt es sich besser, unleashed an enormous public echo and spurred the current discussion about the "artistic abilities" of people with mental disabilities. Invitations for guest performances soon followed from all over the German-speaking world. The first four productions, created in 1993, were produced as recreational projects. Nearly all so-called disabled ensemble members worked full-time in traditional workshops for the differently abled. This circumstance soon caused the project to reach its limits due to factors of content and the doubled workload due to rehearsals, performances, and tours. This is why efforts toward professionalization began in 1994. Theaterwerkstatt Thikwa was founded in 1995 and has been operated ever since in cooperation with Nordberliner Werkgemeinschaft (NBW gGmbH), one of Berlin's most extensive workshops for the differently abled. From 1995 to 1997, Theaterwerkstatt Thikwa functioned as a temporary trial program. Financed by the German Federal Ministry of Health, it was the first pilot project in Germany that tried out the combination of the rehabilitation and education of people with so-called mental disabilities with forms of artistic expression. In the workshop, art was and continues to be produced all day, every day, 35 hours per week. As such, it distinguished itself from using artistic work as a supplementary offer to provide a respite from primarily repetitive tasks. Theaterwerkstatt Thikwa initially offered 12 workplaces for people with so-called disabilities. It has been operated as a cooperation between NBW and Theater Thikwa e.V. since 1997. To demonstrate the role of the artistic fields, it was renamed Thikwa Werkstatt für Theater und Kunst (Thikwa Workshop for Theater and Art) in 2010. Now employing 44 people with disabilities, Thikwa-Werkstatt is a shining example of a competence center for diverse art. The employees make up the ensemble of Theater Thikwa. The professionalization brought about by the comprehensive training provided by the theater workshop and the resulting research into the unique aesthetic and content-based possibilities of inclusive theatrical work soon bore fruit. The first production under these new conditions, Ein anderer Teil des Waldes (directed by Peter Baer), was invited to the 1996 Impulse Festival, Germany's most important forum for independent theater. Thikwa quickly established itself as a somewhat different but universally accepted player in Berlin's cultural community. As was the case since the beginning, all of the productions in the years that followed were performed in renowned venues, including Theater am Halleschen Ufer (today HAU 2), Sophiensaele, Podewil, and Akademie der Künste. Performing inclusive theater at established venues was innovative in the 1990s, and Thikwa thus functioned as a trailblazer for diversity. In 2005, the foundation board of Deutschen Klassenlotterie Berlin approved the application by English Theatre Berlin (ETB) and Thikwa e.V. to create a shared performance venue that was barrier-free for both artists and audience. Today's performance venue opened in 2008 in the Mühlenhaupthöfen and was Germany's first utterly barrier-free theater. Each year, Thikwa offers between 10 and 12 different productions, with 70 and 90 performances. The shared management of the venue with what is today the English Theatre Berlin | International Performing Arts Center (ETB | IPAC) emphasizes our commitment to diversity in all directions. Theater Thikwa has been an exceptional cultural ambassador for Germany for many years. This is seen not only by the foreign guest performances throughout the entire world and international workshops. From 2002 to 2004, Thikwa initiated, in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut, the establishment of an inclusive theater workshop in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. This project, realized by Christine Vogt and Gerd Hartmann, received the incentive award for cultural encounters from the Stiftung West-östliche Begegnungen, the Foundation for Encounters Between the West and East, in 2004. There is also a long-standing cooperation with Theaterstudio Kroog II in Moscow. The performance Entfernte Nähe (directed by Gerd Hartmann and Andrej Afonin) arose from this cooperation in 2012 and featured an utterly Russian ensemble. For the very first time in Russia, an inclusive ensemble consisting of professional, non-disabled actors and dancers, and artists with so-called disabilities performed together on the stage of a state-funded theater. The production received the Golden Mask, the most important Russian theater prize, 2014 as "best experimental production of the year." Theater Thikwa also has a particularly vibrant connection with Japan. A co-production with Taihen Performance Troupe for the Osaka Theater Festival was created in 2001. The four-part work-in-progress Thikwa plus Junkan Project was created and performed between 2009 and 2012 in Berlin and Japan. It was invited to the 2012 Kyoto Experimental Festival, amongst other invitations. The interest in the special abilities, ways of thinking, and forms of expression of the Thikwa performers has continued to increase in recent years. Correspondingly, there are now many cooperations with other independent groups such as, for example, Monster Truck (Dschingis Khan – 2012; 2014, Zugabe – 2019). Thikwa performers work as guests at major theaters such as Deutsches Theater Berlin, Grips-Theater, and Theater an der Parkaue. Directors invite them within the independent performing arts community to be part of their productions. In 2018, Thikwa received the renowned Martin-Linzer-Theatepreis for "outstanding performance by an ensemble in the German-speaking world" from the theater magazine Theater der Zeit, followed in 2019 by the Theaterpreis des Bundes, the German Federal Theater Prize, for "the outstanding evocation of societal diversity in the theater community with a simultaneous desire for artistic radicality." From 1993 to 2003, Christine Vogt, Gerlinde Altenmüller, and Matthias Maedebach were the co-artistic directors of Theater Thikwa. Gerlinde Altenmüller was the sole artistic director from 2004 until her death in May 2012. Since then, Gerd Hartmann and Nicole Hummel have shared the leadership of Theater Thikwa.

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  • Authors: Höhne, Jacob; Höhne, Gisela;

    RambaZamba was founded by Gisela Höhne and Klaus Erforth in 1990 as a part of the Sonnenuhr e.V. association (which is now RambaZamba e.V). RambaZamba’s first premier took place in 1991. Since 1992, the theatre group has its permanent stage and practices at the Kulturbrauerei in Berlin. Currently, about up to eight premieres and 100 further performances are shown on two stages in one playing season. Furthermore, the RambaZamba ensemble regularly does guest performances around Germany and other countries. The theatre also has an atelier at its disposal, where artists with disabilities can work and exhibit, and respectively sell their art. Since 2008, RambaZamba cooperates with a workshop for people with disabilities, namely the VIA Blumenfisch GmbH. This enables RambaZamba’s actors and actresses to have safe jobs and gives them the opportunity to work at the theater on a full- time basis. The theater is funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe. From the playing season 2009/ 10 until 2016/ 17 Gisela Höhne was the sole artistic director of the theater. In 2017/ 18, Jacob Höhne took over and became the theater’s manager and artistic director. The RZA (RambaZamba Agentur) is a casting agency that is a part of the RambaZamba e.V. The RZA introduces actors and actresses with disability to movie productions or television productions. Next to the training RZA coaches and looks after their actors on set. Awards - Förderpreis für Darstellende Kunst of the Akademie der Künste Berlin for the Ensemble Gisela Höhne (1996). - Sonderpreis der Jury of the Festival Politik im Freien Theater for “Medea – Der tödliche Wettbewerb”, Regie Höhne (1999). - Deutscher Kinderkulturpreis from the Deutschen Kinderhilfswerk e.V. (1999). - Kulturpreis der B.Z. for both directors (2004). - Förderpreis des Lessing- Preises für Kritik (2012). - Caroline- Neuber- Preis of the city of Leipzig for the direction and artistic management of Gisela Höhne (2014). - Finalistenpreis Roman Herzog Preis (2018).

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  • Authors: Dr. Svetlana Boltovska, Gnd:1018822461;

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  • Authors: Windus, Grischa; Wallgram, Peter; Jeuckens, René;

    Abstract: Together with an ensemble of actors with disabilities, filmmakers René Jeuckens, Peter Wallgram, and Grischa Windus conducted a six-month research project - in individual and group conversations about the night dreams of the ensemble members. This gave rise to the plot for the feature film “DAS LEBEN EIN TRAUM” (following the title of the classical play of Calderón de la Barca’s “La vida es sueño”). The film uses poetic images to explore the theme of inclusion and the limits of perception. It also explores the form an “inclusive film” might take.

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  • Authors: Richard Conlon (Artistic Director); Simon Morris (Manager);

    Blue Apple Theatre was founded in Winchester in 2005. The company supports actors with learning disabilities in their development and performs high quality productions in front of a wide audience. Blue Apple’s activities include theatre, dance and film projects. The ensemble performs on stages around Hampshire as well as at venues at national and international level. The program is constantly being expanded. Blue Apple is involved in the further development of work with people with learning disabilities in the artistic field. In this way, the company is committed to a more inclusive and equal society. Through the stage performances and the public recognition of their work, the ensemble members increase their self-confidence. In addition to their personality, they also develop their social and artistic skills. Thanks to Jane Jessop’s commitment, Blue Apple Theatre was founded. After graduation, her son expressed a desire to become an actor. Since the closest theatre ensemble for people with learning disabilities was in London at the time, Jessop decided to form an inclusive theatre group in Winchester. In 2005, courses were initially offered on a trial basis. More than 50 people took part. Shortly thereafter, the Blue Apple Theatre was founded as part of the Winchester Mencap Charity Association. The first course took place in July 2005. At that time, a part-time drama teacher, supported by volunteers, worked for the project. In 2009, the first artistic director, Peter Clerke, was hired. Four years later, the group was registered as an independent charity. The first full-time director was appointed in 2014 and worked from then on together with the artistic director, the choreographer and an administrator. In 15 years, the Blue Apple Theatre has become one of the most well-known disability arts organisations in the south of England and tours all over the country and abroad. In 2016, a Channel 4 News report on the performances at London’s Shakespeare’s Globe attracted a lot of attention. In addition, in 2014, the Blue Apple production Hamlet was the subject of William Jessop’s award-winning BBC documentary Growing Up Down’s. It won the Creative Diversity Network Most Ground-Breaking Programme Award for changing perceptions of disability and was nominated for an International Emmy. The production Much Ado About Nothing was performed at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and the Jersey Arts Centre, among others. The Blue Apple company also performs at festivals, conferences, and prestigious events across the country. Winchester Main Company consists of approximately 32 actors with a learning disability. The ensemble produces two major public shows per year, mostly based on classical literature, such as Shakespeare plays. The productions are staged at Theatre Royal Winchester and are supported by professional artists and technicians. Originally created as a result of a long waiting list, the Special Assignments Company has developed into a specialized offshoot that produces open-air theatre and devised shows. The group regularly performs at Hat Fair, a Free Outdoor Arts Festival, in Winchester. Blue Apple’s productions also influence the national agenda through their directness in dealing with challenging topics. Living Without Fear was performed at 42 venues in front of over 5,000 people, including ministers and MPs. As a result, the training film Paul’s Story was produced on behalf of the police. The film Freddie’s Story was shot in response to the national Mencap report Death by Indifference and is used to train medical personnel in the public and private health sectors. The theatre establishes partnerships at the regional and national level, thus spreading its exemplary approach to working with people with learning disabilities. Blue Apple has produced 32 theatre productions and other projects since 2005. By staging high quality theatre, dance and film productions, the ensemble wants to break down prejudices and change the lives of people with learning disabilities. Blue Apple is also leading a study to measure and illustrate the impact of its work. The theatre wants to show the effect of its work on the social and personal development of its members. This is intended to achieve a comprehensive change in the general attitude towards the capabilities of people with learning disabilities and their contribution to society.

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