How does the teaching work?

As part of the Dramarasmus project, each semester weekly theatre workshops are offered which focus on covering the theatrical basics. Taught by a minimum of two theatre trainers, the workshops make up three hours a week. In the sessions, the group takes part in body language exercises, breath and voice training, improvisation techniques as well as dynamic group exercises and speech training. In the second half of the semester, weekend rehearsals are also scheduled in. During these meetings, the focus lies on the piece of theatre that the group is preparing for the presentation of a show at the end of the semester. The course is taught solely in German and the theatre pieces are also performed in German.

Who can join in the fun?

The group (max. twelve students) is made up of home and international students, students on the Erasmus programme and refugees.

  • Young people and young adults (14-35 years old)
  • Refugees
  • School and university students (home and international)

More questions?

When and how can you sign up?

If you want to take part, then write to us using the following email: dramarasmus@gmail.com. Make sure to include a small introduction of yourself and your motivation for wanting to join. Previous theatrical training/experience is not a prerequisite.