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Teatr Weimar


Teatr Weimar is the leading performing arts collective in Sweden with the base in Malmö, in the very south of Sweden. Teatr Weimar consist of playwrights, dramaturgs, researchers, directors, actors, technicians, musicians and set designers who explore the boundaries and expressions of contemporary performing art. Artistic director is Jörgen Dahlqvist.

Teatr Weimar´s work stretches from traditional theatre to more conceptual performances in co-operation with artists from other diciplines, always with language, power and identity as subjects in their artistic work. Teatr Weimar are in the forefront of artistic research and development in theatre in Sweden and are connected to the Malmö Theatre Academy and Inter Arts Center at Lund University.

Teatr Weimar also organizes lectures and readings, publishes books and scripts and continues working on soundscapes and radio material under the name of Radiowy. Together with Ensemble Ars Nova, they have started a project called SONAT (Sonic Art Theatre) combining performing art with contemporary electro-acoustic music and live-electronics. Teatr Weimar has thus cooperated with many of Sweden´s big theatre institutions; The Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm Theatre and Malmö Theatre to mention a few. Their productions have been elected to different National Theatre Congresses in Sweden as best performances and they also have toured Sweden with different performances. Their work has also been broadcasted by Swedish Television. They have made guest performances at The Ibsen Festival in Norway, The International Theatre Festival in Tbilisi, Georgia, Lokal Theatre Festival in Iceland, Hangö Theatre Festival in Finland the last couple of years. During 2011 and 2012 they are going to tour more extensively outside Sweden.

2003 Jörgen Dahlqvist founded Teatr Weimar
”En uppmaning till martyriet” by Jörgen Dahlqvist

2004 ”Folket vs George W. Bush” by Jörgen Dahlqvist
”Blodet ropar på sina bröder” by Jörgen Dahlqvist

2005 ”Den akratiska cirkeln” by Christina Ouzounidis
”Elektra” by Jörgen Dahlqvist
”Nihil [edit]” by Jörgen Dahlqvist
”Persefone” by Christina Ouzounidis
”Verbet tala” by Christina Ouzounidi

2006 ”Minnet av det förlorade äter mig inte inifrån” by Christina Ouzounidis
”Självanklagelse” by Peter Handke
”Kassandra” by Christina Ouzounidis

2007 ”Tankefrihetens antidemokratiska potential” by Christina Ouzounidis
”Fritt efter Strata” by Helena Eriksson
”Elektra revisited” by Jörgen Dahlqvist
”Ordet – kött” by Christina Ouzounidis
”Untitled IV-VIII: Håll dig på din cunt” by Christina Ouzounidis
”Buddy Fucker” by Jörgen Dahlqvist
”Untitled I-III” by Jörgen Dahlqvist

2008 ”Tractatus Realis” by Christina Ouzounidis and Jörgen Dahlqvist
”0308” by Annika Nyman/Erik Enström (with Ars Nova)
”Dödssiffror” by Elfriede Jelinek/Olga Neuwirth (with Ars Nova)
”Heterofil” by Christina Ouzounidis
”Britney is dead. Hail Britney!” by Jörgen Dahlqvist
”Transfutura” by Martin Högström
”Tarzan i Europa” by Jörgen Dahlqvist and Fredrik Haller

2009 ”Indy500:Seklernas udde” by Jörgen Dahlqvist/Kent Olofsson (with Ars Nova)
”The Art of War Noise” by Annika Nyman/Martin Svensson (with Ars Nova)
”Sucktion” by Douglas Kearney/Anne LeBaron (with Ars Nova)
”Spinning Jenny - Du spinnst!” by Sara Tuss Efrik and Annika Nyman
”Naturen, vanorna, tiden, moralen” by Christina Ouzounidis
”Stirraren – en kärlekshistoria” by Irena Kraus (with Dramaten)
”Stairway to Heaven” by Led Zeppelin by Jörgen Dahlqvist

2010 ”Vit, rik, fri” by Christina Ouzounidis (with Stockholms Stadsteater)
”Lehman vs Lehman” by Jörgen Dahlqvist
”Hamlet II:exit ghost” by Jörgen Dahlqvist/Kent Olofsson
”Konsumentköplagen”by Ida Börjel
”Lägenheten” by Christina Ouzounidis and Henning Lundkvist
”De måste dö” by Christina Ouzounidis
”Ibsendekonstruktion I: Gengångare”. Adaption by Jörgen Dahlqvist

2011 ”A language at war” by Jörgen Dahlqvist/Kent Olofsson (with Ars Nova)
”Bergmanvariationer” by Jörgen Dahlqvist (with Malmö Stadsteater)
”Untitled IX-XIX: Dvärgen av Pär Lagerkvist” by Jörgen Dahlqvist
”Idioms” by Jörgen Dahlqvist/Richard Karpen (with Ars Nova)
”De stränga anteckningarna” by Jörgen Dahlqvist/Kent Olofsson (with Ars Nova)