Play with dolls and people of all sizes
14 & 15 July 2018, in Saalkow/Rügen
The first project of the association “Cultural Property Saalkow” is diverse: circus project, puppetry, installations. Professional leaders bring together people from very different origins — children from the day care center in Gustow, children from Jonaschule Stralsund, people with disabilities and students from the regional school of Garz — in creative work in a fourteen-day workshop in Saalkow.
18574 Gustow OT Saalkow
Admission is free.
On offer: drinks and grill.
Saturday 14 July at 8 p.m.
playing flunkier productions: »The Bestiary of Emotions«, a concert theater with puppets.
Afterwards get together in the illuminated park around the installations of the 14-day workshop and jazz music: with Ignaz Dinné & Julia Czerniawska.
Sunday 15 July at 11 a.m.
The participants of the workshop demonstrate the circuit through the park, guided by the flunker productions.
Afterwards: circus theater with Olga & Pierino.
Click here to download PDF brochure (in German)
Pierino: studied at the Scuola Teatro Dimitri in Switzerland; for sixteen years he was “the enchanting clown” at the circus Krone, and winner of several awards. He now has his own programs with Olga all over Europe.
Olga: dancer, choreographer, and dance teacher, educated in Petersburg. On Rügen we were able to see her in the theater in Putbus, in the stables, and in Saalkow with the coffee house scenes and in her empathetic work with people with handicaps.
The “flunkerproduktionen” are Claudia Engel and Matthias Ludwig; Puppetry games were both studied at the College of Acting Ernst Busch, Berlin; based in Brandenburg, traveling in Germany and Europe, 15 productions to choose from; Every two years, they perform the “Kulturblüten-Festival” in Brandenburg.
Ignaz Dinné: jazz saxophonist, son of jazz trombonist Ed Kroeger, was a member of the Federal Jazz Orchestra, studied at the Berkeley College of Music, Boston and the Thelonious Monk Institute, international tours with renowned jazz musicians, own formations, lives and works in Berlin and New York.
Julia Czerniawska: violinist, training in Poland and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, member of the orchestra of the Nationaltheater, Mannheim; Studied improvisation with Didier Lockwood, Paris.
Inge Steineke: studies at the HdK Berlin, art teacher, illustrator, costume designer; she designed all the costumes for Olga & Pierino.
Peter Steineke: studied stage design and art education at the HdK Berlin, director of the moks-Theater Bremen, 1983-2012 professorship at the University of Osnabrück.