Max Hattler: Your Highness

“I don’t want to be negative, but I always find the whole thing rather strange. Soccer is one thing, but the World Cup is something else because it takes on even more of a mass dynamic. During the World Cup period in 2006, when Germany was the host country, I returned to Germany from England and was stunned to see everyone waving their German flags and all the newspapers reporting how great it was that Germans could now finally show their national pride again. This time around, it has become even worse – police cars sporting German flags, etc. I find it rather unpleasant.”

Max Hattler i Deutsche Welle

Must – The Inside Story


Peggy Shaw, Soho Theatre (Review)

Split Britches: The Lost Lounge


(Split Britches: The Lost Lounge, Queen Mary University, marts 2010)

“I walked down the Bowery and turned right on Bond Street the other day, and for a minute I thought, Oh my God, I don’t know where I am! I just didn’t recognize it. And so one of the themes that we’re working on is how memory is tied up with landscape, and what happens when you lose your landscape—how identity is tied into place and how it feels like we’re losing part of our identity by losing those places.”

Lois Weaver

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