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Staged Reading

Dreams in Blk Major

by Ta-Nia

Nia Farrell and Talia Paulette Oliveras are standing in front of a red brick wall.

Ta-Nia (Talia Paulette Oliveras & Nia Farrell) © Bianca Rogoff

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5/22/2021
7:30:00 PM
Live stream from Haus der Berliner Festspiele (Berlin)
1 h
In English
Audio descriptive introduction

About This Text

In a ritualised, musical and collaged form, Nia Farrell and Talia Paulette Oliveras wrote the manifest “Dreams in Blk Major” as a “celebration in five movements”. Starting from the concept of a space as a place of testimony, they consider the BPoC movement in the USA as an Afro-futuristic movement. The text opens up a space for solidary discourse that radically questions classism and racism.

This scenic reading is preceded by an audio-descriptive introduction, which is integrated in the stream of the event. Simply start the video player to hear the introduction. The scenic reading will follow immediately afterwards.

Artistic Team

Ernest Allan Hausmann Scening arrangement
Katrice Dustin Co-director
Hannah Schünemann Dramaturgy
Anne Laure Jullian de la Fuente Design

With

Amina Eisner, Victoire Laly, Alina Sokhna M’Baye, Abak Safaei-Rad, Barbara Saltman

Ta-Nia (aka Talia Paulette Oliveras and Nia Farrell) in a short film portrait by Juliette Hüsler

Ta-Nia (aka Talia Paulette Oliveras and Nia Farrell) in Conversation with Simon Stephens

The Royal Court Theatre’s Playwright's Podcast x Stückemarkt Artists. Special takeover/partnership. The Playwrights’ Podcast released a new series of interviews lead by playwright Simon Stephens with this year’s Stückemarkt artists. 5 new episodes with 6 writers.

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