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Drama School meeting in Leipzig 2022

Unofficial meeting of drama school students in Leipzig – Cooperatively coordinated theater festival in the Blackbox of the University of Music and Theatre "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" Leipzig (Hochschule für Musik und Theater - HMT), followed by celebration.

From April 29 until May 1, 2022: Every year, the second year students at the HMT Leipzig organize an unofficial meeting in Leipzig for all second year students of state drama schools. Unfortunately, the event was not held for the last two years because of pandemic. The drama school meeting is inspired by the idea of exchange, not of competition.

This year, students in their second year at the Bavarian Academy of Dramatic Arts (ADK Bayern) took part for the first time, with a short contribution.

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Theater Students' Conference in Regensburg 2022

This year, the Bavarian Academy of Dramatic Arts (ADK Bayern) will host the Theater Students' Conference - (Konferenz der Theaterstudierenden - KdTS)

June 10 - 12: We are delighted that the KdTS 2022 will be held at the Bavarian Academy of Dramatic Arts, and therefore in Regensburg. This will also be a singular occasion for our training institution and for the city.

This is an event organized by the the " Young Theater Company Network" (Junges Ensemble Netzwerk - JEN). The JEN is a network of students from drama colleges throughout the German-speaking area. The conference, which is held every year, is organized by the students themselves. Interesting speakers are invited, and on this weekend the emphasis is placed firmly on exchange among theater students in all disciplines from as many colleges as possible. The theme of this conference is "Mental health in the theater and in teaching". 

For complete information about the Theater Students' Conference (KdTS)

The Jupiter Project 2022

Students of the Bavarian Academy of Dramatic Arts are part of the international Jupiter Project 2022

Memories

International object theater for young audiences

A cooperation between the Theater Mummpitz, the Compagnie Gare Centrale (Belgium) and the Bavarian Academy of Dramatic Arts (Regensburg).

A production is created in a two-year project phase under the direction of Agnes Limbos of the Compagnie Gare Centrale, the objects are used as means of expression of extraordinary poetry. Jointly with students of the Bavarian Academy of Dramatic Arts and four international European guests, the ensemble of the Theater Mummpitz will be introduced to working with objects in two workshops. Two work meetings will also be held as part of the European-Bavarian Children's Theater Festival panoptikum which offers students and professional artists the opportunity to make contacts, build international networks and gain entry to new areas for work.

Sponsored in the Jupiter program of the Federal Cultural Foundation. Sponsored by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.