Queer Theater Ensemble

UPDATE

After taking a break due to the Covid-19 regulations, there are online-sessions coming up. If you are interested to join the ensemble, send an email to the adress below to find out about the details.

THE ENSEMBLE
We want to dream of and create alternative ways of living together and challenge the concepts of love within our heteronormative society!

With joy and with a yes to all the errors we will make on our way - through physical theater, shadow*theater, actions in public space, dance, drag... We will combine arts and activism, connect ourselves and our groups, support each other and practice self-care.
We want to open an intentionally diverse space. One way we will do this is by dedicating one meeting per month to a topic such as racism, ableism, classism, hate against trans* or intersex people and other forms of discrimination aswell as their intersections. People who are not the target of the form of discrimination we tackle are especcially encouraged to come. We want to grow together and create a safer space for all of us.

Bring yourself - let’s create community together.

FOR WHOM
For all queer people – with and without experience in theater, dance, performance and drag.
Queer / LGBTQIAN* stands for: lesbian, gay, pan-, bi-, or asexual/aromantic people, as well as trans* and intersex and non-binary people. And people who are unsure whether one of the above applies to them and are curious to explore this question.

WHEN
Our weekly rehearsals every Tuesday, 6-9 p.m. are currently open for new ensemble members. If you want to join in, you are welcome to come and find out whether this group is for you. Please give us a short notice via email that you plan to come – we’d love to know.

WHERE
In Vienna. At WUK in room Flieger or in Spiel_Raum.

CONTACT

Magoa Hanke: info@magoa.eu


International

In 2021 we offer two 9-day intensives for European artists in addition to the weekly rehearsals, with several months in between for personal research. Artists from 15 European countries will be part of this international production, exploring queer*feminist topics using theater and related arts.

Please send your application to Magoa Hanke: info@magoa.eu