«Heilige Schrift l» von Wolfram Lotz
Reading and talk
The village, the flicker of the Internet, the neighbor's cat, the small movements, Donald Trump and beauty, Miley Cyrus and Peter Handke, the children playing, thinking about theater and literature, the sky over the vineyard and survival among everyday things, writing, day after day - "Heilige Schrift I" is about the radical attempt to capture life as completely and directly as possible, with all literary means.
With Wolfram Lotz
Moderation Hayat Erdoğan
Wolfram Lotz, born in Hamburg in 1981, grew up in the region of Schwarzwald. He studied literature, art and media studies in Konstanz and literary writing at the German Literature Institute in Leipzig. In 2011, he won the Kleist Prize and the Audience Award of the Berlin "Stückemarkt", among others, with "DER GROSSE MARSCH." In the "Theater heute" critics' poll, he was voted Young Playwright of the Year. Following the success of "EINIGE NACHRICHTEN AN DAS ALL," he received the "Dramatikerpreis des Kulturkreises der Deutschen Wirtschaft" in 2012 and the Kassel "Förderpreis für Komische Literatur" in 2013. "DIE LÄCHERLICHE FINSTERNIS" was invited to the Berlin "Theatertreffen" and the Mülheim "Theatertage" in 2015. In the same year, Wolfram Lotz received the Nestroy Prize for Best Play and was named Dramatist of the Year in "Theater heute's" critics' poll.