Rimini Protokoll | In the Studio
Take a tour of Rimini Protokoll's Berlin home at Hebbel Am Ufer – and discover their co-founder Helgard Haug's disruptive take on traditional theatre.
About Rimini Protkoll
Helgaurd Haug, Stefan Kaegi and Daniel Wetzel founded the theatre-label Rimini Protokoll in 2000. Work by work, they have expanded the means of the theatre to create new perspectives on reality.
Currently based in Berlin, Rimini Protokoll often develop their stage-works, interventions, performative installations and audio plays together with experts who have gained their knowledge and skills beyond the theatre. Furthermore, they like to transpose rooms or social structures into theatrical formats. Many of their works feature interactivity and a playful use of technology.
The pieces "All right. Good night." (2022), “Chinchilla Arsehole, eyeye” (2020), “Situation Rooms” (2014), “Wallenstein” (2006) and “Deadline” (2004), have been performed at the Berliner Theatertreffen. Rimini Protokoll have also received the Mülheimer Dramatikerpreis for “Karl Marx: Das Kapital, Erster Band”, the German theatre award Faust, the Grand Prix Theatre from the Swiss Federal Office for Culture, the European Theatre Award, the Silver Lion at the Theatre Biennale in Venice, as well as the German Audio Play Award and the War Blinded Audio Play Prize.
For MIF23, they're bringing their acclaimed production All right. Good night. to Manchester.