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George Tabori Preis 2017
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George Tabori Preis 2017

The George Tabori Preis has been awarded annually since 2010 by the Fonds Darstellende Künste as the most prestigious nationwide honour for ensembles and artists from the independent theatre scene.

All stakeholders, patrons, artists and participants in the independently produced and broader theatrical landscape are cordially welcomed to attend the award ceremony.

For the main prize, this year the expert jury of the Fonds Darstellende Künste nominated the company Flinn Works from Berlin|Kassel, the group LIGNA from Hamburg|Berlin|Frankfurt consisting of media and performance artists and the four-member team of Monster Truck from Berlin|Bochum.

The nominees for the advancement prize are the independent theatre boat people projekt based in Göttingen, the Berlin choreographer and performer Kat Válastur and the Hildesheim theatre collective Markus&Markus.

The winners of each prize will be announced at the award ceremony. The detailed programme will be published in the middle of April.

Please register by 17 May with: preis@fonds-daku.de
For telephone inquiries (Tue - Thu, from 10 am - 5 pm): +49 (0)30 - 400 57 978

This year’s five-member expert jury consists of:
Sabine Gehm (Tanz Bremen, artistic director / chair of the Fonds board of trustees)
Wolfgang Kaup-Wellfonder (puppeteer and representative of the Verband Deutscher Puppentheater / deputy member of the Fonds management committee)
Matthias Pees (Künstlerhaus Mousonturm / artistic director and general manager)
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schneider (professor of cultural policy at the Universität Hildesheim and chair of ASSITEJ e.V. / chair of the Fonds)
Matthias Schulze-Kraft (LICHTHOF Theater, artistic director / chair of the Fonds board of trustees)

Information on past events and the Fonds can be found at www.fonds-daku.de
Current Performances
Wed 24.05.2017, 19:00 / HAU1
German
Duration: 1:30
An event by the Fonds Darstellende Künste in cooperation with HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.