A TALK WITH THE AUTHOR ANAT FEINBERG AND JENS-MALTE FISCHER
Remigration has long been a sensitive topic for Jewish theatre artists. For the first time, the literary and theatre scholar Anat Feinberg is attempting an overall presentation by examining the fates of 200 theatre artists who returned to Germany after 1945. The most famous names include Ernst German, Fritz Kortner and Therese Giehse. While some permanently managed to return to German stages, 1933 represented an abrupt end to the careers of others. In an interview with Jens Malte Fischer, Anat Feinberg will present her book. Ensemble member Annette Paulmann will perform a reading.
In collaboration with Wallstein Verlag and the Literaturhandlung.