The Berlin-based violinist Daniel Weltlinger recorded his latest album, “Szolnok,” to tell the history of his grandfather’s violin. We caught up with him in the studio to hear more about the story — plus a performance on the same violin.
The object theater piece “Boxes,” a rumination on choices set in a post office stacked with cardboard boxes, premieres tomorrow at the English Theatre Berlin. We got an exclusive preview performance from the show’s creators at their home rehearsal space.
New rules in Görlitzer Park, a less commercialized MyFest and more: How is the city prepping for May Day? We talked to Sara Lühmann, a spokeswoman for the Bezirksamt Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, to find out.
Since 2013, the Expo festival has featured a curated selection of performances by international artists from the theater community. We spoke with festival creator Daniel Brunet from English Theatre Berlin to learn more about this year’s lineup.
“East German women want to pay for themselves, they don’t want to be dependent on anybody,” says Anke Domscheit-Berg from Die Linke. We spoke with the Bundestag member about her role in the documentary, “Ostfrauen.”