by Anders Lustgarten, directed by Olaf Kröck, head dramaturg of the Schauspielhaus. The performance “Job” was introduced by a talk given by Koen Tachelet about Joseph Roth’s novel “Job” and its historical context. In the context of this event, and in line with the UTE theme of Conflict Zones | Zones de Conflit, a “Café Europa” was held at the Schauspielhaus Bochum, which was a platform much like the World Café, presenting an audience with short talks that trigger sessions of small-group debates. The speakers Martin Dietzsch, Anders Lustgarten and Hermann Schmidt-Rahmer gave short speeches that invited the listeners to gather in small clusters for a discus-
sion. In the light of current events, the discussion groups were dominated by questions regarding the refugee movement, ranging from personal stories to questions of integration. With the refugee movement dominating all European discourse at the time, this general assembly was of particular importance: in times of challenge it is paramount to stay connected and strong together. Read reviews on the plays by Sergio Lo Gatto in his articles The Own and the Foreign, Hiob and The Pursuit of an Alternative in the UTE online theatre magazine: conflict-zones.reviews
Flame-thrower tank Churchill-Crocodile Used by the British Army in the Invasion of Normandy in 1944 during World War II.
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