Termine und Veranstaltungen

Okt
25
Do
Stammtisch der DTHG-Regionalgruppe Süd, Nürnberg @ Loft im Gostner-Hoftheater
Okt 25 um 19:00 – 22:30
Okt
30
Di
Regionaltagung der Gruppe Nordost @ Berlin, Theater an der Parkaue
Okt 30 um 9:00 – 16:00

Einladung zum Regionaltagung der Gruppe Nord-Ost

Thema: “Theater ohne Theatergebäude
Alternative Spielstätten und die Probleme bei der Sanierung dieser Theater”

09:00 – 10:00 Uhr: Ankunft und Frühstück

10:00 Uhr:
Begrüßung durch Olaf Frindt und David Klamroth

anschließend

„Geschichte des Theaters an der Parkaue – vom Theater der Freundschaft zum jungen Staatstheater“
Thomas Appelt – TaP

10:30 Uhr:
„Die Sanierung des TaP – Rückblick auf die erste Bauphase und Ausblick auf die kommende Sanierungsphase“
Alexander Pechmann – PMS

11:30 Uhr:
„Alternative Spielstätten und die Probleme bei der Sanierung der Theater“
Klaus Wichmann – Büro für Bühnentechnik und ihre Geschichte

12:20 Uhr:
Mittagessen

13:15 Uhr:
„Schnittstellen im Bauablauf richtig definieren“
Michael Schwabe – ARTTHEA

13:35 Uhr:
„A/V/Inspizienten-Anlage –Herausforderungen in Neubau und Altbau in mehreren Bauabschnitten“
Thomas Lunacek – Elektro Akustik Neuenhagen
Jörg Wartenberg TaP

14:00 Uhr:
„Vom Provisorium zur neuen Spielstätte – Die Sanierung des EMMA-Theaters in Osnabrück“
Wesko Rohde – Vorstandsvorsitzender der DTHG

14:30 Uhr:

DTHG Aktuell
Themen
– Novellierung Meister VT
– Projekt: Leitfaden Bau und Sanierung
– IGVW neue Branchenstandards
– Stage|Set|Scenery 2019
Wesko Rohde, Olaf Grambow (Vorstand der DTHG)

Ca. 15:00 Uhr Kaffeepause

Anschließend Führung durch den Neubau Bühne 3 des TaP

 

Wir danken für die Unterstützung durch

 

Druck

Nov
6
Di
Regionaltagung der DTHG Gruppe Mitte @ Deutsches Theater Göttingen
Nov 6 um 9:30 – 17:00
Programm:
9:00 Uhr
Ankunft und Frühstück
9:40 Uhr
Begrüßung:
Bernd Klein, Mario Lefeber, Wesko Rohde
10:00 Uhr
Probleme mit den Funkfrequenzen, was nun?
Aktuelle Frequenzsituation für drahtlose Mikrofone in Deutschland
Per Witte, Sennheiser und VDT
10:45 Uhr
Kurze Einführung über die Situation, die Probleme sowie die anstehenden Sanierungen und die Herausforderungen
im Deutschen Theater Göttingen GmbH – TD Marcus Weide
und im Jungen Theater Göttingen – Nico Dietrich, Intendant / Tobias Sosinka, Geschäftsführer
11:15 Uhr
Leitfaden Bau und Sanierung
Wesko Rohde, Vorsitzender der DTHG
12:15 Uhr
#rettetdietheater
Podiumsdiskussion mit
Marcus Weide, Technischer Direktor DT
Heiner Wortberg, TL JT
Nico Dietrich, Intendant / Tobias Sosinka, Geschäftsführer Junges Theater
Wesko Rohde, Vorstand DTHG,
Hubert Eckart, Geschäftsführer DTHG
13:00 Uhr
Mittagspause
14:00
DTHG Aktuell
IGVW Neue Branchenstandards
• Update SQQ2 Rigging
• Update SQP2 – Kettenzüge
• Standard SQP5 fliegende Bauten, Bühnen und Bühnenüberdachungen
• in Arbeit: SQP7 Dekobau und SQO6 – Veranstaltungsleiter/in
• Novellierung Meister VT
Handlungsleitfaden zur Gefährdungsbeurteilung psychischer Belastung
Wesko Rohde – Vorstand der DTHG
Hubert Eckart, Geschäftsführer
– Diskussion
ca. 16:00
anschließend ein Rundgang im Deutschen Theater mit Herrn Marcus Weide
und durch das Junge Theater führt Herr Nico Dietrich
Für die Unterstützung danken wir der Firma Sennheiser!
Nov
13
Di
Symposium 1: Die generelle Bedeutung eines Theaters für die Stadtentwicklung @ Berlin, Bar jeder Vernunft
Nov 13 um 10:00 – 16:00

Nationale Symposien zu Sanierung und Neubau (denkmalgeschützter) Kulturbauten
mit Betreibern und Experten aus Kunst, Architektur, Stadtplanung, Fachplanung und Gästen

1. Symposium in Berlin – Thementag: Baukultur für die Zukunft sichern.

“Die generelle Bedeutung des Theaters für die Stadtentwicklung”
Über den angemessenen Umgang mit der Theaterarchitektur

1. Begrüßung

Dr. Günter Winands
Ministerialdirektor und Amtschef bei der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien

2. “Mehr Theater wagen!”
Wesko Rohde
Vorsitzender der Deutschen Theatertechnischen Gesellschaft

 3. Nutzerwunsch – Ein Leidensweg
Hans-Joachim Rau
Technischer Direktor Schauspiel Düsseldorf und Vorstand der DTHG

4. “Wenn ich mir was wünschen dürfte?”
Marc Grandmontagne
Geschäftsführender Direktor des Deutschen Bühnenvereins

5. Caring und Sharing – Theatererbe sichtbar machen.
Prof. Bri Newesely, Beuth Hochschule Berlin
Franziska Ritter, TU Berlin

6.  Modernes Theater im barocken Gewand – Umsetzung eines Neubaus in historischer Bausubstanz
Wesko Rohde
Marten Meyer-Bothling, Staatliches Baumanagement Niedersachen

7. Schlosstheater Celle, Denkmalpflege und Nutzung im Einklang
Erwin Stadlbauer
Niedersächsisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege

– Mittagspause –

8. Müssen im Zuge des Klimawandels Theater- und Kulturbauten
Vorreiter moderner nachhaltiger Technologien sein?
Prof. Alexander Rudolphi, Gesellschaft für nachhaltiges Bauen

9. Podiumsdiskussion über die Ziele der Symposien:
Wie kann ein Leitbild die Strukturen beeinflussen?
Brauchen wir eine politische Lösung jenseits der Baugesetzgebung für Kulturbauten?
Was muss passieren, um Spielstätten und Arbeitsplätze zu entwickeln?
Tilman Häcker, Referats- und Projektleiter Vermögen und Bau Baden-Württemberg,
Wesko Rohde, Marten Meyer-Bothling, Prof. Alexander Rudolphi, Herr Stadlbauer
Hubert Eckart, Geschäftsführer DTHG (Moderation)

Ende gegen 16:00 Uhr


Das Projekt wird gefördert von der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien.

Nov
22
Do
Stammtisch der DTHG-Regionalgruppe Süd, Nürnberg @ Loft im Gostner-Hoftheater
Nov 22 um 19:00 – 22:30
Liebe DTHGler und DTHGlerinnnen, guten Tag, Alexander Köhler !

 

ich lade Euch/Sie herzlich zum November-Stammtisch der Regionalgruppe Süd in Nürnberg ein.

 

Wir treffen uns am Donnerstag, den 22. November 2018, ab 19 Uhr.

 

Location: Loft, Theaterkneipe im Gostner-Hoftheater, Austr. 70, 90429 Nürnberg.
(Anfahrt: U1, Station Bärenschanze.)

 

Gäste, die noch keine Mitgliedschaft haben, sind ebenfalls willkommen.

 

Auf Euer/Ihr Kommen freut sich der Regionalleiter der Regionalgruppe Süd, zusammen mit Klaus Haarer,

 

Ernst Schießl
Dez
5
Mi
DTHG-Regionaltagung der Gruppe Ost @ Theater Erfurt
Dez 5 um 10:00 – 16:30

Einladung zur Regionaltagung der Gruppe Ost

Mittwoch, den 5. Dezember 2018
10:00 – 16:30 Uhr
Theater Erfurt
Theaterplatz 1
99084 Erfurt
Ballettsaal – Zugang über Nordseite

ab 9:00 Uhr Anreise, Empfang und Frühstück

10:00 Uhr Begrüßung
Guy Montavon, Generalintendant Theater Erfurt
Christian Stark, Technischer Direktor
Frank Schreiter, DTHG RG Ost
Martin Suschke, DTHG RG Ost

10:15 Uhr
15 Jahre Opernhaus Erfurt – und doch schon ein Sanierungsfall
und Gastspiel in Shanghai – Mit dem fliegenden Holländer in das Land des Lächelns
Christian Stark, Technischer Direktor

11:00 Uhr Pause

11:15 Uhr
Energieeffizienzberatung am Theater Erfurt – Chancen. Investitionen. Förderungen.
Mario Schneider, IfE-Ingenieurbüro für Energiewirtschaft Dr.-Ing. Dirk Schramm GmbH

12:00 Uhr DTHG Informationen
Wesko, Rohde, Vorstand DTHG

13:00 Uhr Mittagspause in der Theaterkantine

13:45 Uhr Sanierungen während der Sommerspielpause – ein Erfahrungsbericht
Christian Freimüller, SBS Bühnentechnik GmbH

14:15 Uhr Betriebssicherheit durch digitale Übertragungstechnik
Marius Creutznacher, SHURE Distribution GmbH

15:00 Uhr Kaffeepause

15:15 Uhr Führungen in zwei Gruppen
Christian Stark, Technischer Direktor
Stefan Rittmeister, Werkstattleiter

16:45 Uhr Ende

anschließend: Besuch des Weihnachtsmarktes Erfurt

Hinweise zur Anreise:

Bahnanreise:
HBF Erfurt – 20 Minuten Fußweg zum Theater

Parken:
Tiefgarage vor der Oper, Einfahrt: Theaterplatz

Wir danken für die freundliche Unterstützung von:

– Theater Erfurt
– SBS Bühnentechnik GmbH

– SHURE Distribution GmbH

– IFE Ingenieurbüro Schramm GmbH

Dez
6
Do
Regionaltagung der DTHG Gruppe Süd @ Amberger Congress Centrum
Dez 6 um 9:30 – 16:00
Einladung zur Regionaltagung der Gruppe Süd
Donnerstag, 6. Dezember 2018
Amberger Congress Centrum (ACC) & Stadttheater
Schießstätteweg 8
92224 Amberg

 

Thema: Vor & hinter den Kulissen
9:00 – 9:30 Uhr: Frühstück

 

9:30 – 10:00 Uhr:
Begrüßung durch Klaus Haarer und Ernst Schießl (Regionalleiter Süd)
& Wesko Rohde (DTHG-Vorstand)
anschließend
Begrüßung durch die Geschäftsführerin des ACC Petra Strobl

 

10:00 – 12:00 Uhr:
DTHG Aktiv
StageISetIScenery 2019
IGVW Branchenstandards
Symposien Bau und Sanierung
Wesko Rohde (DTHG-Vorstand)

 

“Theater im Theater – Umgang mit Künstlern & Anderen – Führung & Teamarbeit”
Caroline Reinstadler

 

“ACC Führung mit Schwerpunkt Veranstaltungssicherheit”
Johann Wallner

 

12:00 – 13:00 Uhr: Mittagessen
im ACC Restaurant

anschließend 13:00 – 13:15 Uhr:

Spaziergang (15min) zum Stadttheater

 

13:15 – 13:30 Uhr:
“Historie & Aktuelles”
Wolfgang Dersch (Kulturreferent)

 

anschließend
“Führung durchs Stadttheater”
(theapro projekte daberto + kollegen planungsgesellschaft mbH)

 

14:30 – 14:45 Uhr:
Kaffeepause im Casino Stadttheater

 

14:45 – 15:00 Uhr:
Spaziergang zurück zum ACC

 

15:00 – 15:30 Uhr:
“Gesundheitsbezogenes Arbeitsplatzprogramm in Theater-
& Veranstaltungsbetrieben, praxisnahe Umsetzung”
Alexander Hubrich, Eva Michl (VIP MOOVE)
ca. 16:00 Uhr
Ende
Anfahrt mit der Deutschen Bahn:
Deutsche Bahn ICE / RE / Bus › BF Amberg (Oberpfalz). 
Der Bahnhof ist nur einen kurzen Fußweg vom ACC entfernt.
(siehe Karte oben)
Anfahrt mit dem PKW:
Wenn Sie ein Navigationsgerät verwenden, geben Sie bitte die folgende Adresse ein: Schießstättenweg 8, 92224 Amberg.
Parken direkt am & im ACC
Jan
21
Mo
Symposium 2 – Theaterlandschaft “Kunst braucht Raum. Was tun, wenn der Platz nicht reicht?” @ München, Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz
Jan 21 um 10:00 – 16:00

Denkmalgeschütze Bauten und deren sinnvolle Erweiterung

(Thementag: Architektur und Nutzung)

Kunst braucht Raum. Was tun, wenn der Platz nicht reicht?
Denkmalgeschütze Bauten und deren sinnvolle Erweiterung

Begrüßung

“Mehr Theater wagen!”
Wesko Rohde, Vorsitzender DTHG

“Wenn ich mir was wünschen dürfte!”
Ein idealistisches Playdoyer eines Baumeisters.
Reinhold Daberto, theater projekte daberto+kollegen planungsgesellschaft mbh,
Mitglied der Architekturkommission der OISTAT

Neues Theater im alten Haus/ Eine Spielstätte für die Kunst
Die Sanierung des Staatstheaters am Gärtnerplatz
Architekturbüro Achatz

Interim- zu schade für bestimmte Zeit
Neue Technologien für temporäre Anwendungen
Michael Kelm, Nüssli GmbH

Pause

Bedarfsplanung und Erweiterung – Was tun wenn der Platz nicht reicht
Tobias Löffler, Residenztheater München

Podiumsdiskussion zum Thema:
Dann müsst Ihr eben hier raus!
Neue Bauten an alte Häuser, wie werden Logistik und Disposition bewältigt?
Organisieren oder neu Denken?

Frau Prof. Merk, Stadtbaurätin München
Tilmann Häcker, Leiter der Abteilung Hochbau der Vermögen und Bau Baden-Württemberg,
Oliver Scheytt, Reinhold Daberto, Michael Kelm, Wesko Rohde
Moderation: Hubert Eckart

Feb
12
Di
Symposium 3: Theater- die ganz besonderen Gebäude @ Oper Frankfurt, Holzfoyer
Feb 12 um 10:00 – 16:00

Theater – die ganz besonderen Gebäude
Nachhaltiges und innovatives Bauen in Häusern der Kultur

Begrüßung

“Mehr Theater wagen!”
Wesko Rohde, Vorsitzender der DTHG

Ein Haus geht in Rente ?
Verfahrensweisen und aktuelle Betrachtungen zum Planungsstand des Frankfurter Theaterkomplexes
Olaf Winter, Technischer Dirtektor Städtische Bühnen Frankfurt

Nutzergerechte Bedarfsplanung in der Planungsphase Null
Rainer Münz, Technischer Direktor und Fachberater Bau und Sanierung

Innovative Verknüpfung von Anlagentechnik in Kulturgebäuden
Ralf Giese, IMT Ingenieure

Das ideale Projektmanagement
Sebastian Göb/ Robert Schmorleitz

Brandschutz im Kulturbau
Besondere Betrachtungen für besondere Gebäude
Erhard Arnhold, Sachverständigenbüro Arnhold, Weimar

Brandschutz 4.0 – nichts brennt mehr, lasst uns löschen!
Eine Polemik mit Podiumsdiskussion
Mario Radicke, Technischer Direktor Staatsoperette Dresden,
Wesko Rohde, Erhard Arnhold,
“Mut, groß zu Denken!?- Frankfurt zeigt Courage”
Rainer Münz, Wesko Rohde, Olaf Winter, Peter Boecker TD a. D.
Tilmann Häcker, Frau Dr. Hartwig,Kulturdezernentin
Sebastian Göb, Projektmanager

 

Feb
15
Fr
Tagung des Netzwerks Berufseinsteiger*innen@Stuttgart @ Die Staatstheater Stuttgart
Feb 15 um 11:00 – 15:00
Tagung des Netzwerks Berufseinsteiger*innen@Stuttgart @ Die Staatstheater Stuttgart

Tagung des Netzwerks Berufseinsteiger*innen@Stuttgart
Beginn: 15.02.19 11:00 Uhr
Ende: 16.02.19 15:00 Uhr
Wo: Die Staatstheater Stuttgart

Informationen zu der Tagung:
Das Netzwerk Berufseinsteiger*innen richtet sich an alle Berufseinsteiger*innen der Theater- und Veranstaltungsbranche und zielt darauf ab ein System zu schaffen, welches den Berufseinstieg erleichtert. Nähere Informationen über die Themen und Fortschritte des Netzwerks finden sich im DTHG-Forum. Hierfür ist eine Anmeldung im Forum notwendig.
Um besser planen zu können bitten wir um eine Anmeldung unter NB@dthg.de
Nach Anmeldeschluss können wir eine Teilnahme nicht mehr garantieren, aber zögert nicht uns trotzdem anzuschreiben, dann versuchen wir natürlich eine Teilnahme trotzdem noch möglich zu machen.

Grober Ablauf:
Vorstellung der Ergebnisse der einzelnen Arbeitsgruppen

– Leitfaden zum Berufseinstieg für Arbeitgebende und Beschäftigte

– Vertragsgestaltung

– Planung des Auftretens des Netzwerks auf der Stage Set Scenery

Führung durch Die Staatstheater Stuttgart
Vortrag zum Thema Personalentwicklung im Theater (Lucill Simak)
Diskussion und Austausch zu den Ergebnissen
Netzwerken in entspannter Atmosphäre

Am Samstag gemeinsames Frühstück
Diskussion weiterer Themen der Agenda
Weiteres Vorgehen

 

Verfügbare Plätze: 14
Anmeldeschluss: 01.02.19

Mrz
11
Mo
DTHG-Regionaltagung Nord @ Autostadt Wolfsburg
Mrz 11 um 9:00 – 17:00
Einladung zur Regionaltagung der Gruppe Nord
Montag, 11. März 2019
Autostadt Wolfsburg
Stadtbrücke
38440 Wolfsburg

 

Thema: Gesundheitsschutz in der Veranstaltungsbranche

 

Programm
ab 9:30 Uhr Frühstück im Tagungsraum
10:00 Uhr kurze Begrüßung
&

DTHG News

 

10:30 – 11:30 Uhr
Wandel der Arbeit – individuelle Auswirkungen und
Herausforderungen für die Arbeitsgestaltung (Axel Haunschild)
11:30 – 13:00 Uhr
Fachvortrag Sucht: Signale erkennen – Handlungsmöglichkeiten entwickeln (Petra Manthey)

 

13:00 – 13:45 Uhr
Mittagessen in der Kantine

 

13:45 – 14:15 Uhr
Marktplatz (Fa. Robe)

 

14:15 – 15:45 Uhr
Gesund führen (Dennis Wolter)
15:45 – 16:30 Uhr
Rettungsgewährleistung in Verbindung mit psychischer
Erste Hilfe / Nachsorge (Thomas Wahls)

 

anschließend

 

ab 16.30 Uhr
Führung durch die Autostadt
Apr
2
Di
CyberRäuber TRANSFORMING THE STAGE – Using VR/AR in classical theatre to create the hyperstage @ TU Berlin, studio 484, Masterstudiengang Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum,
Apr 2 um 19:00 – 21:00

During the last two years the artist’s CyberRäuber have successfully brought theatre experiences, stages and actors into virtual reality. However VR has far broader implications that can help to transform the theatre stage as well as augment acting as we know it today. Building impossible stage sets and merging the physical world with virtual objects and spaces is only the beginning. Giving actors new ways of expression and interaction while transforming the stage will be the topic of this talk.

Lecture: Marcel Karnapke (CyberRäuber)
Tuesday, 2nd April 2019 at 7 pm
Location: TU Berlin, studio 484, Masterstudiengang Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum, Ackerstrasse 76, 13355 Berlin
Lecture is held in english, free entry
Link Facebook Event 

Today’s virtual and augmented reality technologies are prone to reshape the future of many different areas and trades first and foremost the entertainment industry. In this talk we are going to look at the lessons learned within the last two years of working on concept and examining ideas that have the potential to enhance and transform the theatre stage by utilizing these novel technologies in unconventional ways. Theatre has in a sense always been about creating artificial worlds through the usage of narrative and visions in the form of varying stage sets to give the audience a notion of presence within the play. Building upon these notions we are going to ask what virtual and augmented reality can bring to the table especially when combined with established stage departments like lights, audio or video projection.

Furthermore we are going to talk about ideas that merge the built physical stage set and transform it with the help of these technologies into a shapeshifting plane of possibilities. Lastly we will look at the implications for the actors as well as the directors. We will ask the question, is it possible to bridge the gap between the complexities of the technology to establish an interface for the non-tech-savvy crowd?

Marcel Karnapke lives in Berlin and is developer, lecturer and co-founder of the artist collective “CyberRäuber”, which realizes new formats and applications for Virtual Reality in a theatre context. For Cambridge University (UK) he has developed virtual museums for the dissemination of archaeological research results. This has also resulted in interactive and narrative 3D formats, such as films and virtual reality applications, through which the viewer can experience a virtual 360° experience. In 2017, in collaboration with Schauspiel Dortmund and directed by Kay Voges, the VR play “Memories of Borderline” was created, which was shown both at the Theatertreffen Berliner Festspiele and at Ars Electronica. His work focuses on 3D reality reconstruction in the field of architecture as well as the digitization of complete stage sets of classical theater. New is the full-body recording of performers from the field of dance and the performing arts in the form of VR holography for VR and AR applications. Marcel is the winner of the 3D Guild Award of the International 3D Summit in Liege, Belgium and in 2017 he won the Halo Award in Gold of the VR Days in the category Best 3D VR Animation Film with “Pitoti Prometheus”.

This lecture is part of the workshop “Im/material theatre spaces” by DTHG e.V. (Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft) within the framework of the project “Theatre Landscape”, supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media – in the European “Sharing Heritage” Year.

(c) Photo: CyberRäuber

Apr
8
Mo
Symposium 4: Thementag: KulturArbeit – ArbeitsRäume – ArbeitsPlätze @ Hamburgische Staatsoper, Parkettfoyer
Apr 8 um 10:00 – 15:30

Thementag: KulturArbeit – ArbeitsRäume – ArbeitsPlätze
Anforderungen an Arbeitsplätze vs. denkmalgeschützte Kulturbauten

Begrüßung

“Mehr Theater wagen!”
Wesko Rohde, Vorsitzender der Deutschen Theatertechnischen Gesellschaft

Die Hamburger Staatsoper und ihre Modernisierung
Theater und Arbeitsplätze- eingerichtet für die Zukunft
Peter Boecker, TD a.D. Hamburgische Staatsoper
und Stefanie Braun, Werkstattleiterin Hamburgische Staatsoper

Die Hyparschale in Magdeburg –
ein modernes Denkmal nutzergerecht aufbereitet
Christian Hellmund, GMP Architekten

TGA: Innovatives Gebäudemanagement im Wertewandel
Raimond Krüger, IWB Planung

Mittagspause

Wasser marsch?
Hocheffiziente Löschanlagen – Schutz von Menschen und Werten im Kulturbau.
Daniel Buchda, Spruhflutnebellöschanlagen Hi-Fog, Marrioff

BIM: Modernes Projektmanagement im Kulturbau
Stefan Preuhsler, Staatstheater Hannover

Podiumsdiskussion
Werkstätten- und Logistikbauten in der Staatsoper Hamburg, langfristige Lösungen
Stefanie Braun, Hans Peter Boecker, Christian Voß, Wesko Rohde

Apr
10
Mi
DTHG-Regionaltagung der Gruppe West: RLT Neuss 10. April 2019 @ Rheinische Landestheater Neuss
Apr 10 um 9:30 – 17:00

Einladung zur Regionaltagung der Gruppe West

Mittwoch, 10. April 2019
RLT
Rheinische Landestheater Neuss
Oberstraße 95
41460 Neuss

Thema: Tag des Dekobaus

ab 9:30 Uhr: Frühstück

10:30 Uhr:
Beginn & Begrüßung durch Martin Högg und Volker Rhein
Begrüßung durch Reinar Ortmann, Intendant Rheinisches Landestheater Neuss und David Kreuzberg, Technischer Leiter
Vorstellung des Gebäudes vom Kaufhaus zum Kulturhaus

11:00 Uhr
Tragender Holzbau im Theater von der Theorie in die Praxis – Christoph Hoppermann, Produktionsleiter Bühnen Köln

12:00 Uhr:
DTHG Aktiv

12:30 Uhr
Firmen stellen sich vor
Räder Vogel  – Oliver Matula
Late Night Concepts, Vorstellung Produkt Cargo Cart – Ingo Kaiser

13:00 Uhr Mittagessen

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13:45 Gastspielprüfbuch – David Kreuzberg
14:00 Technische und organisatorische Anforderungen im Dekorationsbau  – Prof. Stephan Rolfes

15:30 Kaffee und Führung durch das Theater
16:30 Gespräch mit den Kollegen beim Feierabendbier  im Brauhaus „im Dom“

Anfahrt mit der Deutschen Bahn
Bis Neuss Hauptbahnhof, von dort weiter mit Bus oder Straßenbahn oder
zu Fuß durch die Fußgängerzone immer geradeaus bis zur Kreuzung Oberstraße/Zollstraße (ca. 15 Minuten Fußweg

Anfahrt mit dem PKW:
Oberstr. 95, 41460 Neuss
von der A 57 (Ausfahrt Neuss Hafen)
von Düsseldorf (Südbrücke)
von der A 52 (Ausfahrt Neuss)
von der A 46 (bis Autobahnende) Richtung Neuss, Zentrum
Parkhaus Tranktor
Europadamm / Hessenstrasse, 41460 Neuss

Apr
25
Do
Stammtisch der DTHG-Regionalgruppe Süd, Nürnberg @ Loft im Gostner-Hoftheater
Apr 25 um 19:00 – 22:30

Wir laden herzlich zum April-Stammtisch der Regionalgruppe Süd in Nürnberg ein.

 

Dort besteht die Gelegenheit, Kolleginnen und Kollegen aus der Region zu treffen, sich in lockerer Atmosphäre auszutauschen und Ideen oder Vorschläge für die Verbandsarbeit zu besprechen.

Die Location bietet, neben regionalen Bieren, auch eine kleine Auswahl kalter Speisen.

 

Wir treffen uns am Donnerstag, den 25. April 2019, ab 19 Uhr.

 

Veranstaltungsort: 

Loft im Gostner-Hoftheater, Austr. 70, 90429 Nürnberg 

(Unten in der Kneipe, wir wechseln dann, bei gutem Wetter, in den kleinen Biergarten oben vor der Kneipe).

(Anfahrt: U1, Station, Bärenschanze.)

 

Gäste, die noch keine Mitgliedschaft haben, sind ebenfalls willkommen.

 

 

Auf Euer/Ihr zahlreiches Kommen freuen sich die Regionalleiter der Regionalgruppe Süd,

 

Ernst Schießl mit Klaus Haarer

Apr
30
Di
DTHG Mitgliederversammlung @ Kranz Parkhotel Siegburg
Apr 30 um 10:00 – 16:00

Mitgliederversammlung der DTHG

Alle Mitglieder erhalten eine schriftliche Einladung via Mail mit Tagesordnung und Geschäftsbereicht spätestens vier Wochen vor der Versammlung entsprechend der Satzung zugesandt

Mai
8
Mi
Regionaltagung NordOst & Ost am 8. Mai 2019 @ neue Bühne Senftenberg
Mai 8 um 9:00 – 17:00
“Weiterbildungsveranstaltung der DTHG”
Einladung zur Regionaltagung der Gruppe Nordost & Ost
Mittwoch, 08. Mai 2019
neue Bühne Senftenberg
Theaterpassage 1
01968 Senftenberg
Bahnanreise: Bahnhof Senftenberg – 5 Minuten Fußweg zum Theater
Parken: Parkplatz am Theater
Thema:
Grenzgang NORDOST-OST
Programm
ab 9:00 Uhr
Anreise, Empfang und Frühstück
10:00 Uhr
Begrüßung
Manuel Soubeyrand, Intendant neue Bühne Senftenberg
Axel Tonn TD neue Bühne Senftenberg
David Klamroth / Olaf Frindt, DTHG RG NordOst
Frank Schreiter / Martin Suschke, DTHG RG Ost
10:10 Uhr
neue Bühne Senftenberg, Geschichte und Geschichten
Axel Tonn TD
10:30 Uhr
Vorführung Nebelmaschinen von MDG
Stefan Rosenkranz, Fa. CAST
10:45 Uhr
3D im Theater Senftenberg – Vermessung von Innenräumen
Dipl.- Ing. Uwe Knispel
Öffentlich bestellter Vermessungsingenieur Senftenberg
11:30 Uhr
Pause
11:45 Uhr
Bustransfer zum Amphitheater Großkoschen
12:00 Uhr
Besichtigung Amphitheater Großkoschen
Axel Tonn TD
12:20 Uhr
Vorführung Nebelmaschinen von MDG
Stefan Rosenkranz, Fa. CAST
12:40 Uhr
DTHG Informationen
Peter Meißner, Vorstand DTHG
Karl-Heinz Mittelstädt, Vorstand DTHG
13:00 Uhr
Bustransfer zum Geierswalder See
13:15 Uhr
Mittagspause
im Restaurant “Der Leuchtturm” – Geierswalde
14:15 Uhr
Bustransfer zum “Rostigen Nagel” – ein regionaler ÜBERBlick
15:00 Uhr
Rückfahrt zur neuen Bühne Senftenberg
15:15 Uhr
Kaffeepause
15:30 Uhr
Der Kalklicht-Scheinwerfer
Klaus Wichmann
Büro für Bühnentechnik und ihre Geschichte Berlin
15:45 Uhr
IM BAUHAUSJAHR
– Bauhaus in Senftenberg –
Walter Rathenau Grundschule Senftenberg von Bruno Taut
Hendrik Just, Architekt, BDA
zinnober architektur.senftenberg
16:15 Uhr
Führung durch das Theater
Axel Tonn TD
17:00 Uhr
Ende
Wir danken für die freundliche Unterstützung von:
neue Bühne Senftenberg
C A S T
ArtThea
Mai
9
Do
Regionaltagung Süd in Bayreuth @ Festspielhaus Bayreuth
Mai 9 um 9:30 – 15:15

“Weiterbildungsveranstaltung der DTHG”

Einladung zur Regionaltagung der Gruppe Süd

Donnerstag, 9. Mai 2019
Bayreuther Festspielhaus
Festspielhügel 1-2
95445 Bayreuth

Begrüßung und DTHG News ab 9:30 Uhr
mit
Frühstück

Klaus Haarer, Ernst Schießl (DTHG Regionalleiter Süd)
&
Wesko Rohde (DTHG-Vorstand)

Grußworte OB, Kulturreferent & Festspielleitung 10:00 – 10:15 Uhr

Kurzvorträge (je 15 min) 10:15 – 12:00 Uhr
Kulturstätten in Bayreuth (BWKI, Andreas von Graffenried)
Markgräfliches Opernhaus (BWKI, Stephanie Kalus-Wolinski)
Markgräfliches Opernhaus Mediensteuerung (SALZBRENNER, Daniel Schreiber)
Installation von Bühnentechnik im Bestand (DEKRA, Felix Malkowski)
Hydraulische Maschinensteuerung Festspielhaus (REXROTH, Volker Kirsch)

Führung Festspielhaus 12:00 – 12:45 Uhr
Technik: Christoph Bauch (TD)
Beleuchtung & Videoanlage: Dirk Andree (Leiter der Beleuchtung)
Haus, Sanierung: Bernhard Klettner (Mitarbeiter TL)

Mittagessen 13:00 – 13:45 Uhr
Restaurant Weihenstephan

Spaziergang zum UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe
“Markgräfliches Opernhaus Bayreuth”
13:45 – 14:00 Uhr

Führung durch das Markgräfliche Opernhaus 14:15 – 15:00 Uhr

Ende der Regionaltagung 15:15 Uhr

Mai
28
Di
Regionaltagung Südwest in Baden-Baden @ Theater Baden-Baden
Mai 28 um 9:00 – 17:00
“Weiterbildungsveranstaltung der DTHG”
Die Regionalgruppe Südwest zu Gast bei den
24. Baden-Württembergischen
Theatertagen
Dienstag, 28. Mai 2019
Theater Baden-Baden
Goetheplatz 1
76530 Baden-Baden
im
Spiegelfoyer
ab 9 Uhr
Eintreffen der Gäste im Spiegelfoyer
9.30 Uhr
Begrüßung und kurze Führung durch das Theater
                  Annelie Mattheis – Festivalleiterin Ba-Wü Theatertage
                  Walter Fäßler – TL Theater Baden-Baden
                  Alexander Roy & Hannes Gerriets – Regionalleiter DTHG
10.45 Uhr
Bustransfer zum SWR
11 Uhr  
Führungen durch die Werkstätten und Fernsehstudios des SWR
              Peter Förderer – Projektmanager SWR
13.30 Uhr
Mittagessen in der Kantine des SWR
14.30 Uhr
Behördenanforderungen an Sicherheits- und Evakuierungskonzepte
am
Beispiel vom Weihnachtsmarkt und anderen Open Air Veranstaltungen in Baden-Baden
             Referent: Walter Mäcken
15.30 Uhr
DTHG Intern  
Wesko Rhode, Karl-Heinz Mittelstädt, Peter Meißner
16.00 Uhr
gemeinsamer Spaziergang zum Theater
Am Abend Möglichkeit zum Besuch einer Vorstellung im Rahmen der 24. Baden-Württembergischen Theatertage
www.theatertage-bw.de
Steuerkartenwünsche für die Vorstellungen können direkt an die Disponentin Anne Liebtrau geschickt werden:
anne.liebtrau@baden-baden.de
„Lehman Brothers“ hat durch seine besondere Spielsituation, bei der das Publikum mit auf der Bühne sitzt, nur 120 Plätze.
„Mitleid. Die Geschichte des Maschinengewehrs“ nur 50 Plätze.
„Wir sind die Guten“ vom Theater Freiburg im SWR Studio 5 fast 300 Plätze.
Allesamt hervorragende Produktionen, aber Karten gibt es nur solange der Vorrat reicht.
Parkmöglichkeiten
Parkgarage unter dem Kurhaus
Parkgarage unter dem Kongresshaus
Wir danken den
Baden-Württembergischen Theatertagen
&
der Firma Gerriets
Jun
16
So
Bustransfer Prag -> Berlin Stage|Set|Scenery
Jun 16 um 11:00 – 16:30

Come to BERLIN – where creativity meets technology!

The Prague Quadrennial (Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space) and Stage|Set|Scenery,
the international trade show and conference for theatre, film and event technology are joint venture partners. Supported by the creative input of PQ, in Berlin you can find out all about the technology needed to put your ideas into practice.

FREE BUS-SHUTTLE PRAGUE – BERLIN on Sunday, 16 Juni 2019 – 11am

Place will be announced after registration.

No entitlement to this travel arrangement exists. If there is insufficient interest, Messe Berlin reserves the right to cancel it. Anyone who has registered will be informed in good time.

Jun
17
Mo
THEATER THEATRE TEATRO – EIN LEITFADEN FÜR KULTURGEBÄUDE IN DER URBANEN CITY @ Palais am Funkturm
Jun 17 um 11:00 – 17:00

Premiumplätze für die Theaterkunst
Theater im Herz der Städte

Architektur-, Theater- und Technikgeschichte neu erschließen.

Leitfaden und Orientierungshilfe für den Bau, den Erhalt und die Sanierung von Theatern und Kulturbauten

Begrüßung

Dr. Günter Winands,
Ministerialdirektor und Amtschef bei der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien

Mehr Theater wagen!
Wesko Rohde, Vorsitzender des Vorstandes der Deutschen Theatertechnischen Gesellschaft

Die Bedeutung des Stadttheaters für die Baukultur
Prof. Reiner Nagel, Vorstandsvorsitzender der Bundesstiftung Baukultur

12:40 Uhr Mittagspause

13:30 Ein Leitfaden für Veranstaltungsorte

13:50 Forschungsprojekt der TH Köln zum Energieverbrauch und Raumkomfort in Theaterspielstätten
Prof. Eva-Maria Pape/Carolin Kley

14:30 IM/Material Theatre Spaces
Vermittlungsstrategien für historische und zukünftige Theaterarchitekturen
sowie deren digitale Umsetzung in physischen, augmentierten und virtuellen Räumen

Franziska Ritter, Prof. Bri Newesely, Pablo Dornhege

14:50 Uhr: Das Architekturmuseum Frankfurt
Frau Dr. Jürges*

15:10 Uhr
Akademie für Theater und Digitalität Dortmund
Neue Wege für Kultur und Forschung
Sebastian Franssen, Michael Eickhoff, Wesko Rohde

15:30 Uhr
Chancen der Sanierung: Mitarbeiterzentrierte Arbeitsplatzgestaltung im laufenden Betrieb.
Ein erstes Resümee.
Andreas Mohnke (Riedel Communications)

16:00 Uhr
Podiumsdiskussion:
Die besondere Bedeutung des Theaters für die Stadtentwicklung 4.0
Prof. Oliver Scheytt, Prof. Nagel, Marc Grandmontagne, Wesko Rohde, Hans Joachim Rau, Reinhold Daberto + Gäste

Premium seats for the theatre arts
Theatre in the heart of the cities

A new approach to the history of architecture, theatre and technology.

Guideline and orientation aid for the construction, maintenance and renovation of theatres and cultural buildings

Welcoming
Dr. Günter Winands
Ministerial Director and Head of Office at the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media

More Theatres dare!
Wesko Rohde, Chairman of the Board of the Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft

The significance of the municipal theatre for building culture
Prof. Reiner Nagel, Chairman of the Board of the Bundesstiftung Baukultur

12:40 Lunch break

1:30 pm
A guide for venues

1:50 pm
A study by the University of Cologne on ventilation analysis
Prof. Eva-Maria Pape/Caroline Kley

2:30 pm
IM/Material Theatre Spaces
Mediation strategies for historical and future theatre architectures and their digital implementation in physical, augmented and virtual spaces
Franziska Ritter, Pablo Dornhege,

2:50 pm
The Architecture Museum Frankfurt
Dr. Jürges

3:10 pm
Academy for Theatre and Digitality Dortmund
New ways for culture and research
Sebastian Franssen, Michael Eickhoff, Wesko Rohde

3:30 pm.

Opportunities for renovation: employee-centred workplace design during ongoing operations.
Andreas Mohnke (Riedel Communications)

4 pm
Podium discussion:
The special importance of theatre for urban development 4.0
Prof. Oliver Scheytt, Prof. Nagel, Marc Grandmontagne, Wesko Rohde, Hans Joachim Rau, Reinhold Daberto + guests

 

Simultanübersetzung Deutsch/Englisch

Jun
18
Di
RIEDEL ATMOSPHERE MEDIA CLOUD ONE PLATFORM, MANY POSSIBILITIES @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 18 um 10:15 – 10:45

Riedel Communications, founded in 1987 in Wuppertal, is a leading provider of real-time media networks for video, audio and data communication.
With the Atmosphere Media Cloud, Riedel offers a digital OTT platform for archiving and providing video and audio content.
Atmosphere Media Cloud software converts, multiplies, archives and distributes live streams in all popular video and audio formats.
Easy operation and worldwide availability form the basis for economically attractive and synergetic forms of production.
The Riedel Atmosphere, a cloud with many possibilities.

Speaker: Pit Vogler (RIEDEL Communications),

International Cooperation of Professional Associations and OISTAT Centers @ RoundTable 22
Jun 18 um 10:30 – 11:15

What possibilities are there for professional associations to work together internationally? Sweden, the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany have created an example by working on a further training model (ETTE). What other possibilities are there? A discussion round…

Exchange of information between international professional associations and OISTAT centres.

Joint projects, goals, ideas:

– creation of an international knowledge platform on qualifications, seminars, workshops
– international recognition of degrees, examinations and certificates
– new projects of the world organisation OISTAT to promote young talent

Participants: Bert Determann, President of OISTAT;

Moderation: Hubert Eckart, DTHG

English language

Peter and the Wolf for Wind Quintet and Vivace – 3D Audio in Practice @ SoundLab
Jun 18 um 10:30 – 11:15

Sergeij Prokofjews Peter and the Wolf as alive as you have never heard it before. Experience the premiere of the production with the wind quintet Odeon Winds and VIVACE.
The combination of 3D audio and room acoustics in VIVACE provides both Peter and the Wolf with unexpected and entertaining possibilities! We are looking forward to your visit at the Soundlab!

 

burn down the curtain | Die IGVW Flammprobe @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 18 um 10:45 – 11:45

The IGVW Flmam Sample results from the SQP7 Dekobau and is aimed at manufacturers and users of decorations and describes the procedure for testing materials in the field of decorative construction. The tests according to this procedure serve to determine the behaviour of flammable materials when flamed with a hand burner under defined test conditions.
The test method is suitable for assessing the flammability of materials and material combinations in event technology (e.g. in decorative construction) by typical ignition sources such as those found in event technology (e.g. spotlights, pyrotechnics).
Furthermore, the test result can be used to assess the fire behaviour (contribution to the fire) of the materials.

The test procedure is presented live and addresses technical directors, workshop managers and stage craftsmen.

Speaker: Stefan Kluge (ZDF),

3D printing for costume production @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 18 um 11:00 – 11:45
Kostüm und Maske – Guided Tour
Jun 18 um 11:00 – 13:30

Treffpunkt: Eingang Palais (Geldautomat).

Ein geführter Messerundgang führt das interessierte Fachpublikum am 18. Juni zu ausgewählten Ständen der Aussteller der Halle 22. Fachbesucher können so Hersteller direkt vor Ort kennenlernen und Produkte ausprobieren.

 

Meeting point: Entrance Palais (cashpoint).

A guided tour will guide trade visitors on 18 June to selected exhibitor stands in hall 22, where they will meet manufacturers and distributors to get to know their latest products and services.

 

Let’s talk about LED light – Theatre goes LED @ LightLab
Jun 18 um 11:00 – 12:00
Let's talk about LED light – Theatre goes LED @ LightLab

The theme talk: “Let’s talk about LED light – Theater goes LED” deals with the current status of LED lighting and integrates the actors of the Light Lab. If the conventional lighting a la Thomas Alva Edison from 1880 has become obsolete after over 140 years, how can LED luminaires ensure the spectral distribution where the journey will go in the next few years? These and other questions will be discussed and presented in this talk by Ollie Olma and his interlocutor.

Speaker: Manfred – Ollie Olma (mo2), Gerhard Feiner (Feiner Lichttechnik), (Lightpower), (LMP), Marcus Reisinger (Bühnenplanung Walter Kottke Ing. GmbH), (cast C.Adolph & RST Distribution GmbH), Anke Schierenbeck (VISION TWO),

Licht und Lichtdesign – Guided Tour
Jun 18 um 11:00 – 12:30

Treffpunkt: Produktionsbüro Halle 20|Stand 112.

geführter Messerundgang führt das interessierte Fachpublikum 1 x pro Messetag zu ausgewählten Ständen der Aussteller der Halle 20. Fachbesucher können so Hersteller direkt vor Ort kennenlernen und Produkte ausprobieren.

Meeting point: Production Office Hall 20|Stand 112.

A guided tour will guide trade visitors 1 x per day to selected exhibitor stands in hall 20, where they will meet manufacturers and distributors to get to know their latest products and services.

 

RoundTable stage manager network @ RoundTable 23
Jun 18 um 11:00 – 12:30

Presentation of the stage manager network
Review 2018/19
Exchange of experience and specialist information
Discussion on the current state of vocational qualification for stage managers in connection with the IGVW project group (Interessengemeinschaft der Veranstaltungswirtschaft)

Speaker: Katrin Reichardt, Ralph Hönle

Show “Heritage Theatre Technology in Contemporary Scenography” @ DTHG booth hall 22
Jun 18 um 11:00 – 11:30

From classic Baroque technology and scene changes to contemporary use of this versatile machinery. First historic use is explained and how this heritage technology can serve contemporary scenography. An imaginative scenographer can surprise you with the most unexpected use of the miscellaneous opportunities of this neglected technology in contemporary stage design for present-day productions.

Contemporary theatre machinery accommodation consists of bars going up and down, be it with counterweight system or be it by computer commanded motors. The “Baroque” theatre machinery in the understage adds horizontal moves with a wing chariot system and brings scenic elements up from the understage with a cassette system. With restoration/modernisation of historic theatres, this understage with machinery is sacrificed to use mostly as extra storage space.

With real scale material, we demonstrate alternatives for heritage theatre technology, building an “understage” of 28mm on top of each available performance floor to be able to do the same movements as produced by a heritage wing chariot system. Also different flying movements based on heritage technology will be demonstrated. And what to think about a revolve platform moving on and off stage? All those alternatives are very budget-friendly and of course very sustainable, working on human power and counterweighted where needed: an alternative elevator system can prove that.

 

Speaker: Jerome Maeckelbergh,

Theatre as a barrier-free workplace? @ RoundTable 21
Jun 18 um 11:00 – 11:45

It is not only in the course of demographic change that the barrier-free design of cultural buildings is of more concern than ever to those responsible; the social discourse on equal rights on the labour market is also ensuring a steadily growing presence of this topic.

Theatre stages in particular pose increasingly detailed challenges due to their spatial individuality and their demands on the technical infrastructure.

This lecture is dedicated to accessibility from the point of view of event technology and the design of the necessary workplace. Can the confrontation with barriers modest new efficiencies? What means can be used in synergy to achieve performative and receptive quality?

Speaker: Alexander von Graffenried (BWKI)

From Technology to Application, a practical introduction to beam steering technology and directed sound   @ SoundLab
Jun 18 um 11:30 – 12:15

Based on Kling & Freitag’s project of providing the ideal acoustic equipment for the Elbphilharmonie, we’ll present the technical use of beam steering and the advantages of targeted sound emission, from the idea to concept and realization. Thereby, a focus will be on the acoustic analyses and the application of the VIDA L/C system in the Elbphilharmonie, which will uncover how beam steering technology is advantageous over conventional loudspeaker technologies e.g. line arrays and point sources.

Speaker: Andreas Bauer (Sales and application support , Kling & Freitag,), Christoph Wöhler (Senior Consultant, Kling & Freitag.)

OISTAT Meeting Education Comission @ Palais Conference Room
Jun 18 um 11:30 – 13:30

 

Meeting der Bildungskommission der OISTAT (für delegierte Mitglieder und Gäste)

Meeting of the Education Commission of OISTAT (for delegated members and guests)

 

Air acrobatics | Fall protection on the swing trapeze @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 18 um 12:00 – 13:00

With the Staatliche Ballettschule Berlin and the Schule für Artistik, a long-standing partner will again be present on the Safety in Action stage. This year the focus of Jens Becker’s presentation will be the fall protection on the Schwungtrapez. This live presentation will be complemented by a specialist lecture on the physiotherapeutic treatment of artists by Andreas Stommel, board member of tamed Tanzmedizin Deutschland e.V..

 

Blue light hazard – What is this? @ LightLab
Jun 18 um 12:00 – 13:00
Blue light hazard - What is this? @ LightLab

Actually, the police are your friend and helper. So what’s the blue light exposure on Light LAB now? The increased blue component is often regarded as a health problem with LEDS. Because blue light can cause injuries to the eye – microscopically small damage to the retina. In addition, Sven Kubin from the Stages and Studios section of the Verwaltungs-Berufsgenossenschaft gives an overview.

Speaker: Manfred – Ollie Olma (mo2), Sven Kubin (VBG – Sachgebiet Bühnen und Studios)

Safety wire rope holder made in Germany @ RoundTable 21
Jun 18 um 12:00 – 12:45

Safety wire rope holders made in Germany: whether for stage or event technology, our safety wire rope part holders have been developed in consultation with leading industry specialists and certified by TÜV(GS) in accordance with the requirements of DGUV regulation 17 and BGI 810-3. Visit us at the Round Table and learn more about our wire rope suspensions with several safety levels.

Speaker: Burghard Busch (Räder Busch), Marinos Papaqsaqul (Räder Busch)

Variable acoustics at the example of the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg @ SoundLab
Jun 18 um 12:00 – 12:45

Variable acoustic measures in the form of curtains have been used for decades. In the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, innovative roll banner systems were used to make the large hall acoustically variable. But why do variable acoustic elements have to be installed in a new concert hall that has also gone down in history as one of the most expensive in the world? Shouldn’t a concert hall be acoustically optimally designed on its own? These and other exciting questions on the subject of variable room acoustics will be answered in this lecture.

Speaker: Jonas Schira (Gerriets GmbH),

2D hologram and real 3D projections. @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 18 um 12:15 – 12:45

New projection screens from Gerriets for use as “Visual Effects”.

Speaker: Andreas Gause (Gerriets GmbH),

Liability issues and solutions in the event sector @ EventManufaktur
Jun 18 um 12:21 – 12:37

In the realisation of events, a high degree of professionalism, the right contract design and the right insurance cover are essential.

Referent: Hans-Peter Schwandt (schwandt. Versicherungsmakler e.K.),

Crew United – Also a network for the event industry?  @ RoundTable 22
Jun 18 um 13:00 – 13:45

We would like to introduce Crew United as a network of the film and television industry and find out in dialogue what people who work in the event and theatre industry need for their own presentation and professional networking.

Vincent Lutz, Crew United GbR, Geschäftsführer
Christian Dosch, Crew United GbR, Projektentwicklung und Kooperationen

IM/MATERIAL THEATRE SPACES! 
Connecting archival theatre objects to a future audience @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 18 um 13:00 – 13:45

Virtual and augmented realities (VR and AR) change our media landscape sustainably. On the occasion of the European cultural heritage year “Sharing Heritage”, we are devoting ourselves to the question of how the accessibility of material “theatre objects” in archives and museums can be improved and which potentials VR and AR can generate in this context. At the centre of our investigations is one of the most important theatrical buildings of the last century – the no longer existing Große Schauspielhaus Berlin (director Max Reinhardt, architect Hans Poelzig, realised in 1919 as a conversion of a market hall, demolished in 1985). Design sketches, architectural drawings, documents, sound documents and other artefacts from the theatre archives are testimony to an eventful past that had to be made visible. In the lecture, three mediation concepts and their prototypical applications will be presented, which open up this pool in different ways and for a broad audience.

How can AR and VR be used to create narrative spaces and make theatre history an experience?

The project ideas were developed within the framework of the international workshop “IM/MATERIAL THEATRE SPACES” under the direction of Prof. Dr. Bri Newesely, Hubert Eckart, Franziska Ritter and Pablo Dornhege, under the patronage of the DTHG (Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft e.V.) within the framework of the project “Theatre Landscape”, sponsored by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media – in the European Cultural Heritage Year “Sharing Heritage”.

Presented projects:
“Sketching Heritage by Mercedes Lozano, Anan Yoon Lee.
“One Show – Ten Perspectives” by Rebecca Eisele, Elena Kunau, Dominique Lauvernier, Lea Schorling
“Dream on” by Jana Rohrsen, Sandra Fox

All projects can be tested live in the Immersive Showroom, Hall 20.

Speaker: Franziska Ritter, Pablo Dornhege

 

Live Time Talk with Ralph-Jörg Wezorke @ LightLab
Jun 18 um 13:00 – 13:15
Live Time Talk with Ralph-Jörg Wezorke @ LightLab

Since 1978 the name Lightpower has stood for professional stage lighting. Since then, the company has developed into an international trading company offering a unique range of products from A to Z. In the Live Time Talk with Ralph-Jörg Wezorke, Ollie Olma takes this development into account and introduces the head behind Lightpower.

RoundTable for workiung group technical directors @ RoundTable 23
Jun 18 um 13:00 – 14:30

Exchange of experience for technical directors, stage directors and workshop managers.

Speaker: Wesko Rohde (DTHG Vorstand), Peter Meiß0ner (DTHG Vorstand),

Safety First – Basic safety requirement for mechanical equipment using a 2D point hoist system @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 18 um 13:00 – 14:00

The stage as a workplace is characterised by the fact that it is necessary and scenically intended to work under suspended and moving loads. In order not to endanger the health of the actors and employees, various safety functions have proven themselves over time. It is particularly important for all drives to be stopped when several mechanical devices are involved in a movement at the same time. SBS uses a compact 2D airframe to show basic safety functions, their components and mode of operation.

Speaker: Sebastian Weber (SBS),

SERAPID system for hall transformation @ RoundTable 21
Jun 18 um 13:00 – 13:45

SERAPID system for the hall transformation of large event venues, the advantages of curved rows of seats and SERAPID freight elevator systems for logistics support

Speaker: Klaus Würkner (Serapid)

 

5 new ideas on how event apps can make life easier @ EventManufactory
Jun 18 um 13:21 – 13:35
5 new ideas on how event apps can make life easier @ EventManufactory

5 new ideas on how event apps can make life easier

Speaker: Sophie Jungbauer (Event mobi GmbH),

VALtec – Variable Acoustic Lens – Perfect beam steering also in the high frequency range @ SoundLab
Jun 18 um 13:30 – 14:15

Theatre stages and auditoriums are used variably almost everywhere. For sound technology, this means complex conversions or lower transmission quality. In the last few years, sound lines have gained acceptance in sound reinforcement technology whose vertical dispersion behaviour can be changed with the aid of integrated electronics. Beam steering offers optical, acoustic and handling advantages. For speech reproduction, an arrangement of high-quality broadband chassis with appropriate equalization is sufficient. When reproducing high frequencies, however, the dimensions of the transducers used are in the order of magnitude of the wavelengths to be radiated, which leads to various problems.

Speaker: Dieter Klein (KS Audio),

DIN NVBF – News from national and European standardization @ RoundTable 22
Jun 18 um 14:00 – 14:45

Representatives and experts from DIN NVBF, the standards committee for event technology, image and film, and delegates in CEN/TC 433 Entertainment Technology will provide information on the status of current standardization projects and look forward to discussing questions and requirements from the industry.

Speaker: Andreas Bickel (DTHG-Beauftragter),

High Speed Performer Flying by Waagner-Biro @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 18 um 14:00 – 15:00

Demonstration of motorized tension sheave used for high speed performer fly winches and related safety relevant developments in CAT-control.

Speaker: Ivo Guterres (Waagner Biro),

Progress Report for the Multipurpose Auditorium at the STCC (SwissTech Convention Center) @ RoundTable 21
Jun 18 um 14:00 – 14:45

To appeal to producers and patrons, auditoriums in multipurpose halls must now find ways to host many different types of events over the duration of an entire year to remain efficient and sustainable. Space modularity is becoming widely recognized as a practical solution to deal with this issue. The SwissTech Convention Center (STCC) which capitalized on such built-in flexibility to create efficient and dynamic spaces is a prime example of a facility able to both enhance users’ experience and respond to today’s entertainment and meeting industry requirements. The STCC was made modular and scalable through a Gala Venue® automated Flooring and Seating System as well as movable walls provided by Skyfold. As one of the most flexible facilities in the world, it can rapidly configure halls with capacities ranging from 330 to 3000 seats, separate into 3 different auditoriums and can adapt layouts to suit a broad variety of entertainment and business events. Almost completely booked in its first year of operation and in subsequent years, the STCC is rightly considered the benchmark for future automated multipurpose auditoriums. This presentation will give a comprehensive progress report for the STCC including events and use of this exciting modular building.

Speaker: Robert Heimbach (V.P. Gala Systems),

Switch on the Light | LED light presented by GLP @ LightLab
Jun 18 um 14:00 – 14:20
Switch on the Light | LED light presented by GLP @ LightLab

GLP will present the GLP HIGHLANDER Wash together with Ollie Olma.

The ETTE Practice Test @ DTHGStand Halle 22
Jun 18 um 14:00 – 14:45

The ETTE project describes a minimum qualification for safe working on stage. This is not a traditional training programme but an attempt to enable lifelong learning of competences. Thus safety becomes a question of personal attitude competence. In a presentation, we show the practical examination that is necessary to obtain the ETTE certificate and is to be offered with international validity from the end of 2019.
The presentations will be held in English and German.

Referent: Chris van Goethem

Switch on the Light | LED light presented by LMP @ LightLab
Jun 18 um 14:20 – 14:40
Switch on the Light | LED light presented by LMP @ LightLab

LMP will present the ELATION Artiste Picasso and Monet ELATION Proteus Maximus together with Ollie Olma.

Switch on the Light | LED light presented by Robe @ LightLab
Jun 18 um 14:20 – 14:40
Switch on the Light | LED light presented by Robe @ LightLab

Robe will present the T1 Profile™ together with Ollie Olma.

Sustainability as a competitive advantage @ EventManufactory
Jun 18 um 14:21 – 14:35
Sustainability as a competitive advantage @ EventManufactory

Speaker: Heinz Michael Stober (Landgut Stober Kontor),

Designed to Deliver – SHURE TwinPlex & Axient Digital @ SoundLab
Jun 18 um 14:30 – 15:15

In our presentation we will present the new subminiature lavalier and headset microphone series TwinPlex as well as the innovative wireless system Axient Digital. In particular, we will discuss how the two high-quality series complement each other perfectly and offer an optimal solution for use in theatres.

Speaker: Marius Creutznacher (Shure),

Meeting OISTAT Publication and Communication Commission @ Palais Conference Room
Jun 18 um 14:30 – 17:00

Meeting der Publikations und Kommunikationskommission der OISTAT (für delegierte Mitglieder und Gäste)

Meeting of the OISTAT Publication and Communications Commission (for delegated members and guests)

Right in the middle instead of above it @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 18 um 14:45 – 15:15

Surtitles used to be over the stage and have now made their way into the spectators’ field of vision. Be it integrated into the stage design or by means of innovative technologies such as Smart Glasses. Thus, linguistic mediation can be tailored to individual needs, also and especially in the area of accessibility! David Maß, CEO of the German-French surtitling company Panthea, presents an overview of the current possibilities in the field of software and hardware.

Crew United – new digital tools for the event industry? @ RoundTable 22
Jun 18 um 15:00 – 15:45

We would like to introduce Crew United as a network of the film and television industry and find out in dialogue what people and companies working in the event and theatre industry will need in the future for digital tools, e.g. in recruiting, team communication or event planning and calculation.

Vincent Lutz, Crew United GbR, Geschäftsführer
Christian Dosch, Crew United GbR, Projektentwicklung und Kooperationen

Let’s talk about projection – does production need new servers? @ LightLab
Jun 18 um 15:00 – 15:30
Let's talk about projection – does production need new servers? @ LightLab

The theme talk: “Let’s talk about projection – does the production need new servers?” deals with the current status of the projection and server and integrates the actors of the Light Lab. How are media servers used in fixed and mobile event and production facilities, as well as scenic productions, and projectors going to continue in the coming years? These and other questions will be discussed and presented in this talk by Ollie Olma and his interlocutor.

Measure the dynamics of the fall @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 18 um 15:00 – 16:00

The DGUV 17 formulates in §9 load-bearing and slinging equipment the requirements for these in such a way that they have to be appropriate to the particular hazards during operation and the loads occurring during operation and adequately dimensioned. What actually happens if something goes wrong and the machinery of a technical stage equipment has to be brought to a standstill in different stop categories?

Then dynamic forces act, which are explained in this presentation and measured on a model. In addition, possibilities for safe handling of these loads are presented.

Speaker: Volker Kirsch (Bosch Rexroth)

RT Authorized experts @ RoundTable 23
Jun 18 um 15:00 – 16:30

The round table is intended to offer an exchange of experience on current topics of expert activity and the possibility of discussing special questions with colleagues.
Within this framework, information will be provided on current innovations in the rules and regulations, for example:
DGUV Information 215-320 “Work equipment for the scenic movement of persons” and
TRBS 1203 “Persons qualified for testing” .

For participation in the RoundTable, the authorised experts are awarded a further training point.

Stephan Rolfes, Wolfgang Heuer and Johannes Heinz are available as moderators and speakers.

Show “Heritage Theatre Technology in Contemporary Scenography” @ DTHG booth hall 22
Jun 18 um 15:00 – 15:30

From classic Baroque technology and scene changes to contemporary use of this versatile machinery. First historic use is explained and how this heritage technology can serve contemporary scenography. An imaginative scenographer can surprise you with the most unexpected use of the miscellaneous opportunities of this neglected technology in contemporary stage design for present-day productions.

Contemporary theatre machinery accommodation consists of bars going up and down, be it with counterweight system or be it by computer commanded motors. The “Baroque” theatre machinery in the understage adds horizontal moves with a wing chariot system and brings scenic elements up from the understage with a cassette system. With restoration/modernisation of historic theatres, this understage with machinery is sacrificed to use mostly as extra storage space.

With real scale material, we demonstrate alternatives for heritage theatre technology, building an “understage” of 28mm on top of each available performance floor to be able to do the same movements as produced by a heritage wing chariot system. Also different flying movements based on heritage technology will be demonstrated. And what to think about a revolve platform moving on and off stage? All those alternatives are very budget-friendly and of course very sustainable, working on human power and counterweighted where needed: an alternative elevator system can prove that.

 

Speaker: Jerome Maeckelbergh,

Event planners love cultural property @ EventManufactory
Jun 18 um 15:21 – 15:35

The boom in events, conferences and congresses has led to a sharp rise in the number of event enquiries for cultural property. This is connected, among other things, with the increasingly important storytelling of an event.

Speaker: Bernd Fritzges (VDVO e.V.),

Studio sound quality on the live stage with DPA microphones. @ SoundLab
Jun 18 um 15:30 – 16:15

Join us in a hands-on microphone workshop with vocal, instrument and bodyworn microphones. We will demonstrate the d:facto™ Handheld Microphone, 4099 CORE Instrument Microphone, the brand new 6060 Subminiature Lavalier Microphone and the 6066 Subminiature Headset with Singer-Songwriter Rosey Cale.

 

The workshop will be held in English by Global Education and Application Manager, Bo Brinck (DPA Microphones )

 

 

IM/MATERIAL THEATRE SPACES! 
Future visions of theatre architecture @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 18 um 15:45 – 16:30

The growing need to communicate abstract concepts and complex visions of the future makes the use of virtual and augmented reality as part of communication strategies interesting. As a medium, technology can facilitate access to content and stimulate public discourse. It can be used as a tool to promote the development of new ideas and concepts.

On the occasion of the European cultural heritage year “Sharing Heritage”, we are devoting ourselves to the question of what potentials VR and AR can generate in the theatre context and how this technology can make visions of the future tangible in the course of renovation and reconstruction, and accompany planning and design processes. This was investigated using the example of the Komische Oper, which, like many theatres, will undergo a comprehensive renovation process over the next few years. Three mediation concepts and their prototypical applications were developed, which are presented in the lecture and provide an outlook on future developments.

The project ideas were developed within the framework of the international workshop “Im/material Theatre Spaces” led by Prof. Dr. Bri Newesely, Hubert Eckart, Franziska Ritter and Pablo Dornhege, under the patronage of the DTHG (Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft e.V.) within the framework of the project “Theatre Landscape”, sponsored by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media – in the European Cultural Heritage Year “Sharing Heritage”.

All projects can be tested live in the Immersive Showroom, Hall 20.

Presented projects:
“Future of … La Boheme” Takayoshi Goto, Maria Kobylenko, Maria Emilie Bürger
“Comic Forum” Alexander Walmsley, Johanna Rummel, Lotus Lien, Janik Albrecht
“preSTAGE” Oliver Burkhardt, Jan Müller, Claus-Peter Gabriel, Magdalena Dimanski

Speakers: Franziska Ritter, Pablo Dornhege

 

 

D8 Plus electric chain hoist | an all-rounder of a special case @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 18 um 16:00 – 17:00

Although the designations for the rules and regulations of the trade association have changed in recent years, the designation D8 Plus electric chain hoist has been able to assert itself on the market. This is an indicator for the manifold use of these electric chain hoists equipped with an additional brake, which in daily use may only be loaded with half the original specified load capacity.

With the exception of the brakes, the D8 Plus electric chain hoist is thus dimensioned according to the principle of intrinsic safety and the use of the second brake fulfils the requirements of the single fault safety principle. The D8 Plus electric chain hoist can therefore be used to hold loads above persons without secondary securing and is an indispensable component of the daily work above the heads of visitors and employees.

The various application possibilities of the D8 Plus electric chain hoists will be presented live and in colour with a truss joint and the motor control required for the application.

Speaker: Torsten Simsch (cast C.Adolph & RST Distribution GmbH),

How to Spin Your Stage – About Energy and Data Transmission Solutions for Revolving Stages @ RoundTable 21
Jun 18 um 16:00 – 16:45

This presentation by Conductix-Wampfler will provide an introduction about the latest state-of-the-art technologies regarding the electrification and data communication for rotary stage applications. You will learn about contactless energy supply systems such as inductive power supply and conductive solutions, as well as data transmission systems which can be wireless or fiber optic based. The presentation is specifically targeted for stage builders and theater operators who want to push the boundaries of stage design, but it also serves as a perfect overview for everyone who has to do with this application.

Speaker: Dominik Kübler (Conductix Wampfler),

The ETTE Practice Test @ DTHGStand Halle 22
Jun 18 um 16:00 – 16:45

The ETTE project describes a minimum qualification for safe working on stage. This is not a traditional training programme but an attempt to enable lifelong learning of competences. Thus safety becomes a question of personal attitude competence. In a presentation, we show the practical examination that is necessary to obtain the ETTE certificate and is to be offered with international validity from the end of 2019.
The presentations will be held in English and German.

Referent: Chris van Goethem, Sacha Ritter

With DIN SPEC to the standardized Iron Curtain @ RoundTable 22
Jun 18 um 16:00 – 17:30

Hardly any other technical facility in the theatre world has been more discussed and questioned than the Iron Curtain.
In April 2016, the NVBF 5 Standards Committee therefore finally decided to draw up a set of rules for safety equipment in places of assembly. The DIN SPEC (technical specification) serves as a quick means for the establishment of a technical standard on the market or as a possible preparation for a European standardization project.
The working group, consisting of users, manufacturers, planners and accident insurance companies, makes the draft available for inspection and hopes to receive the necessary comments from the industry.

Speaker: Felix Malkowski (DEKRA),

The Hit Formel – be inspired by musik @ EventManufactory
Jun 18 um 16:21 – 16:37

Creativity is the basis of goal-oriented communication.
Music as a metaphor, as a source of inspiration is the perfect anchor. In an interactive keynote talk, listeners learn how to be inspired by their favourite song and band in order to optimise their own creativity and the creativity and joy of communication of others.

Speaker: René Rennefeld (vuenv media gmbh),

Journey into Parallel Worlds – Virtual Reality in Art Museum and Theatre @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 18 um 16:30 – 17:00

After the initial hype about virtual reality has calmed down, the partly unrealistic expectations have given way to a certain sobriety – which can be assessed positively – that allows an objective view of the future of technology and reveals the forms in which virtual reality will be integrated into our media landscape in the future.

Unlike the smartphone or perhaps augmented reality in the future, virtual reality will not necessarily become an integral technology of our everyday lives, but much more relevant when we want to step out of the usual and everyday into another world. Art, cinema and theatre in their current manifestations offer the possibility of leaving the familiar, and museums and exhibitions are – for the majority of their visitors – not part of everyday life but form artificial spaces of experience, parallel worlds that can be experienced spatially. Through the use of virtual reality, the immersion in these parallel worlds can be increased to an almost complete simulation.

While technology is in its infancy, more and more artists and designers* are making their content and works tangible in Virtual Reality. The technology is not only used as a media design tool, but also becomes an independent artistic medium in its own right. More and more museums are also exploring the possible uses of VR in exhibitions or as supplementary offerings. Each project is still prototypical and each actor is still a pioneer.

Speaker: Pablo Dornhege

Professional Beam Steering for Theater, Musical & Concert Sound @ SoundLab
Jun 18 um 16:30 – 17:15

Case studies are used to explain the various application areas of modern beam steering systems.

Speaker: Chris BBollinger (Fohhn),

Gerriets TECHNIC @ RoundTable 21
Jun 18 um 17:00 – 17:45

Current developments in the field of rail, projection and acoustic systems – Gerriets

Speaker: Andreas Bickel (Gerriets GmbH)

 

RT for occupational safety specialists – The FASI in the orchestra pit @ RoundTable 23
Jun 18 um 17:00 – 18:00

Noise using the example of the Bavarian State Orchestra’s noise level load

Speaker: Klaus Haarer (DTHG),

Show “Heritage Theatre Technology in Contemporary Scenography” @ DTHG booth hall 22
Jun 18 um 17:00 – 17:30

From classic Baroque technology and scene changes to contemporary use of this versatile machinery. First historic use is explained and how this heritage technology can serve contemporary scenography. An imaginative scenographer can surprise you with the most unexpected use of the miscellaneous opportunities of this neglected technology in contemporary stage design for present-day productions.

Contemporary theatre machinery accommodation consists of bars going up and down, be it with counterweight system or be it by computer commanded motors. The “Baroque” theatre machinery in the understage adds horizontal moves with a wing chariot system and brings scenic elements up from the understage with a cassette system. With restoration/modernisation of historic theatres, this understage with machinery is sacrificed to use mostly as extra storage space.

With real scale material, we demonstrate alternatives for heritage theatre technology, building an “understage” of 28mm on top of each available performance floor to be able to do the same movements as produced by a heritage wing chariot system. Also different flying movements based on heritage technology will be demonstrated. And what to think about a revolve platform moving on and off stage? All those alternatives are very budget-friendly and of course very sustainable, working on human power and counterweighted where needed: an alternative elevator system can prove that.

 

Speaker: Jerome Maeckelbergh,

SIL 3 Dialog | Keep and verify requirements @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 18 um 17:00 – 18:00
SIL 3 Dialog | Keep and verify requirements @ Safety in action on stage

The objective of this dialogue is to present the ´Safety Integrity Levl 3 (SIL3)` as well as the standard underlying this level with its focal points, possibilities and limits to a broad audience outside the professional world and the standardization committees. The 60-minute round of talks, led by Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Stephan Rolfes, will address the various aspects of IEC 61508 / SIL3.

The SIL3 Dialog 2019 examines how the requirements can be met and demonstrated.

Speaker: Stephan Rolfes (Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin), Stephan Hückinghaus (Fülling + Partner
Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH), Dr. Markus Schneider (SBS), Günter Greil (TÜV Süd), Oliver Brück (Waagner-Biro ), Volker Kirsch (Bosch Rexroth), David Klamroth (Theater Engineering Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH ),

Switch on the Projection | Projection Screens and visual effects presented by Gerriets @ LightLab
Jun 18 um 17:00 – 17:30
Switch on the Projection | Projection Screens and visual effects presented by Gerriets @ LightLab

Gerriets will present Projection Screens and and visual effects together with Ollie Olma.

Tranforming the Stage – Using VR/AR in classical theatre to create the hyperstage @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 18 um 17:00 – 17:45

Over the past two years, the artist Marcel Karnapke has succeeded in transforming theatre experiences, stages and actors into virtual reality with CyberRauber. VR, however, has far wider implications that can help change the theater stage and expand the play as we know it today. Building impossible stage sets and merging the physical world with virtual objects and spaces is only the beginning. The lecture will explain how actors use new possibilities of expression and interaction through VR and simultaneously change the stage. Today’s virtual and augmented reality technologies tend to change the future of many different areas and industries, especially the entertainment industry. In this lecture we deal with concepts, ideas and experiences that have the potential to improve and transform the theatre stage in an unconventional way through the use of these new technologies. In a way, theatre has always been about creating artificial worlds through the use of narratives and visions in the form of different sets to give the audience an idea of presence within the play. Building on these ideas, we will ask ourselves what virtual and augmented reality can contribute, especially in combination with established stage departments such as light, audio or video projection. We will talk about ideas that bring together the built physical stage set and transform it into an open space level of possibilities. Finally, we will look at the impact on actors and directors – is it possible to close the gap between the complexity of the technology to create an interface for the non-technical target audience?

Speaker: Marcel Karnapke (Cyberräuber),

Music for your event @ EventManufactory
Jun 18 um 17:21 – 17:35
Music for your event @ EventManufactory

Diana Maria Krüger (Sängerin),

Switch on the Projection | Projectors presented by Christie @ LightLab
Jun 18 um 17:30 – 18:00
Switch on the Projection | Projectors presented by Christie @ LightLab

Christie will present projectors together with Ollie Olma.

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Light made of waste glass @ EventManufactory
Jun 19 um 10:21 – 10:35
Light made of waste glass @ EventManufactory

New products from disposable glass bottles

Speaker: Luna Jäckel (Lichterloh Potsdam),

International Observatory of Scenic Spaces @ DTHG booth hall 22
Jun 19 um 10:30 – 11:15

Presentation and relaunch of the website http://www.espaciosescenicos.org, an investigation project on theatre architecture, public space and city. The University of Architecture Barcelona (ETSAB) and the Beuth Hochschule Berlin research on mapping historic and actual scenic spaces in the urban context. (Prof. Dr. Toni Ramon, Guillem Aloy, Prof. Dr. Bri Newesely)

Peter and the Wolf for Wind Quintet and Vivace – 3D Audio in Practice @ SoundLab
Jun 19 um 10:30 – 11:15

Sergeij Prokofjews Peter and the Wolf as alive as you have never heard it before. Experience the premiere of the production with the wind quintet Odeon Winds and VIVACE.
The combination of 3D audio and room acoustics in VIVACE provides both Peter and the Wolf with unexpected and entertaining possibilities! We are looking forward to your visit at the Soundlab!

 

2D hologram and real 3D projections. @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 19 um 10:45 – 11:15

New projection screens from Gerriets for use as “Visual Effects”.

Speaker: Andreas Gause (Gerriets GmbH),

Changeover Of Architectural House Lighting To LED-Technology – Practical Experience @ RoundTable 21
Jun 19 um 11:00 – 11:45

– Needs assessment
– Up to 90% reduction of energy consumtion
– Which poits are to consider at changeover?
– Color temperature and necessary light intensity – Lighting control and building automation

Speaker: Gerhard Feiner (Feiner Lichttechnik),

IGVW quality standard SQP7 deco construction @ RoundTable 22
Jun 19 um 11:00 – 12:30

The European Union has issued guidelines with safety requirements for the free movement of goods for the manufacture and placing on the market of products, which are reflected in the regulations and rules on occupational health and safety. Building law is also characterised by clear regulations and technical standards. These regulations and standards are not always transferable to decorative construction.

The industry standard considers all life phases of decorations as well as the special use and the resulting requirements, e.g. short and limited use, tests during each installation, monitoring during use / operation, etc.

Speaker: Prof Stephan Rolfes, Sacha Ritter (IGVW),

Let’s talk about control, networks and now follow spots too @ LightLab
Jun 19 um 11:00 – 12:00
Let's talk about control, networks and now follow spots too @ LightLab

The topic talk: “Let’s talk about control, network & tracker” deals with the current status of the control and network structures (which have now arrived at the tracker) and includes the actors of the Light Lab. Without the DMX512 protocol developed by the United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT), no production is conceivable. The network structures used today were not predictable during the development of the digital control protocol. The fact that the protocol has gained worldwide acceptance speaks for itself. How will the head-moving tracking systems be integrated and where will this topic area develop in the coming years? These and other questions will be discussed and presented in this talk by Ollie Olma and his interlocutor.

Licht und Lichtdesign – Guided Tour
Jun 19 um 11:00 – 12:30

Treffpunkt: Produktionsbüro Halle 20|Stand 112.

geführter Messerundgang führt das interessierte Fachpublikum 1 x pro Messetag zu ausgewählten Ständen der Aussteller der Halle 20. Fachbesucher können so Hersteller direkt vor Ort kennenlernen und Produkte ausprobieren.

Meeting point: Production Office Hall 20|Stand 112.

A guided tour will guide trade visitors 1 x per day to selected exhibitor stands in hall 20, where they will meet manufacturers and distributors to get to know their latest products and services.

 

Museums- und Ausstellungstechnik – Guided Tour
Jun 19 um 11:00 – 13:30
Museums- und Ausstellungstechnik – Guided Tour

Treffpunkt: Eingang Halle 21 (Infocounter).

Ein geführter Messerundgang führt das interessierte Fachpublikum am 19. Juni zu ausgewählten Ständen der Aussteller der Halle 21. Fachbesucher können so Hersteller direkt vor Ort kennenlernen und Produkte ausprobieren.

Meeting point: Entrance Hall 21 (Infocounter).

A guided tour will guide trade visitors on 19 June to selected exhibitor stands in hall 21, where they will meet manufacturers and distributors to get to know their latest products and services.

RT Network Career starters @ RoundTable 23
Jun 19 um 11:00 – 12:30

The Network for Career Starters serves as an exchange platform with the aim of facilitating career entry. Accordingly, it is aimed both at people entering the job in the future and at employees in the first few years of their career.
The roundtable begins with a brief introduction to the network. This will be followed by a presentation on the current state of work on guidelines. These aim to provide information on career entry for employers and employees and also deal with the drafting of contracts (focus on the NV stage).

Speaker: Christoph Hoppermann (DTHG), N. N.

Show “Heritage Theatre Technology in Contemporary Scenography” @ DTHG booth hall 22
Jun 19 um 11:00 – 11:30

From classic Baroque technology and scene changes to contemporary use of this versatile machinery. First historic use is explained and how this heritage technology can serve contemporary scenography. An imaginative scenographer can surprise you with the most unexpected use of the miscellaneous opportunities of this neglected technology in contemporary stage design for present-day productions.

Contemporary theatre machinery accommodation consists of bars going up and down, be it with counterweight system or be it by computer commanded motors. The “Baroque” theatre machinery in the understage adds horizontal moves with a wing chariot system and brings scenic elements up from the understage with a cassette system. With restoration/modernisation of historic theatres, this understage with machinery is sacrificed to use mostly as extra storage space.

With real scale material, we demonstrate alternatives for heritage theatre technology, building an “understage” of 28mm on top of each available performance floor to be able to do the same movements as produced by a heritage wing chariot system. Also different flying movements based on heritage technology will be demonstrated. And what to think about a revolve platform moving on and off stage? All those alternatives are very budget-friendly and of course very sustainable, working on human power and counterweighted where needed: an alternative elevator system can prove that.

 

Speaker: Jerome Maeckelbergh,

When students start businesses‚ @ EventManufactory
Jun 19 um 11:21 – 11:37

“Woodnote”

Speaker: Phöbe Kionke (Woodnote),

D8 Plus electric chain hoist | an all-rounder of a special case @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 19 um 11:30 – 12:00

Although the designations for the rules and regulations of the trade association have changed in recent years, the designation D8 Plus electric chain hoist has been able to assert itself on the market. This is an indicator for the manifold use of these electric chain hoists equipped with an additional brake, which in daily use may only be loaded with half the original specified load capacity.

With the exception of the brakes, the D8 Plus electric chain hoist is thus dimensioned according to the principle of intrinsic safety and the use of the second brake fulfils the requirements of the single fault safety principle. The D8 Plus electric chain hoist can therefore be used to hold loads above persons without secondary securing and is an indispensable component of the daily work above the heads of visitors and employees.

The various application possibilities of the D8 Plus electric chain hoists will be presented live and in colour with a truss joint and the motor control required for the application.

Speaker: Torsten Simsch (cast C.Adolph & RST Distribution GmbH),

From Technology to Application, a practical introduction to beam steering technology and directed sound   @ SoundLab
Jun 19 um 11:30 – 12:15

Based on Kling & Freitag’s project of providing the ideal acoustic equipment for the Elbphilharmonie, we’ll present the technical use of beam steering and the advantages of targeted sound emission, from the idea to concept and realization. Thereby, a focus will be on the acoustic analyses and the application of the VIDA L/C system in the Elbphilharmonie, which will uncover how beam steering technology is advantageous over conventional loudspeaker technologies e.g. line arrays and point sources.

Speaker: Andreas Bauer (Sales and application support , Kling & Freitag,), Christoph Wöhler (Senior Consultant, Kling & Freitag.)

High Speed Performer Flying by Waagner-Biro @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 19 um 12:00 – 13:00

Demonstration of motorized tension sheave used for high speed performer fly winches and related safety relevant developments in CAT-control.

Speaker: Ivo Guterres (Waagner Biro),

IM/MATERIAL THEATRE SPACES! 
Connecting archival theatre objects to a future audience @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 19 um 12:00 – 12:45

Virtual and augmented realities (VR and AR) change our media landscape sustainably. On the occasion of the European cultural heritage year “Sharing Heritage”, we are devoting ourselves to the question of how the accessibility of material “theatre objects” in archives and museums can be improved and which potentials VR and AR can generate in this context. At the centre of our investigations is one of the most important theatrical buildings of the last century – the no longer existing Große Schauspielhaus Berlin (director Max Reinhardt, architect Hans Poelzig, realised in 1919 as a conversion of a market hall, demolished in 1985). Design sketches, architectural drawings, documents, sound documents and other artefacts from the theatre archives are testimony to an eventful past that had to be made visible. In the lecture, three mediation concepts and their prototypical applications will be presented, which open up this pool in different ways and for a broad audience.

How can AR and VR be used to create narrative spaces and make theatre history an experience?

The project ideas were developed within the framework of the international workshop “IM/MATERIAL THEATRE SPACES” under the direction of Prof. Dr. Bri Newesely, Hubert Eckart, Franziska Ritter and Pablo Dornhege, under the patronage of the DTHG (Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft e.V.) within the framework of the project “Theatre Landscape”, sponsored by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media – in the European Cultural Heritage Year “Sharing Heritage”.

Presented projects:
“Sketching Heritage by Mercedes Lozano, Anan Yoon Lee.
“One Show – Ten Perspectives” by Rebecca Eisele, Elena Kunau, Dominique Lauvernier, Lea Schorling
“Dream on” by Jana Rohrsen, Sandra Fox

All projects can be tested live in the Immersive Showroom, Hall 20.

Speaker: Franziska Ritter, Pablo Dornhege

 

Sustainability at the German Film Award. SUSTAINEVENT – the management system for sustainable events @ EventManufactory
Jun 19 um 12:21 – 12:37

Sustainability, social and societal responsibility are no longer foreign words in the German film industry. So there is nothing more obvious than that the German Film Academy, with its largest annual event, wants to live up to the expectations of its approximately 2,000 members. To ensure that the awards of the German Film Award can be implemented in a sustainable manner in the future, a system is used that is tailored to events.

Speaker: Jürgen May,

Variable acoustics at the example of the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg @ SoundLab
Jun 19 um 12:30 – 13:15

Variable acoustic measures in the form of curtains have been used for decades. In the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, innovative roll banner systems were used to make the large hall acoustically variable. But why do variable acoustic elements have to be installed in a new concert hall that has also gone down in history as one of the most expensive in the world? Shouldn’t a concert hall be acoustically optimally designed on its own? These and other exciting questions on the subject of variable room acoustics will be answered in this lecture.

Speaker: Jonas Schira (Gerriets GmbH),

Interim buildings for theatres – technical solutions and implementation @ RoundTable 21
Jun 19 um 12:45 – 13:45

In the lecture technical solutions for an interim theatre as well as for a multifunctional event construction will be presented.
In the first part the forms of execution and possibilities for an interim construction will be presented. A different useful life/rental period will also be discussed.
In the second part a multifunctional event construction will be presented, which can be realized within a few months (based on the practical example “Hafen 1” in Wolfsburg).

Speaker: Michael Kelm, Bernd Helmstadt (NÜSSLI (Deutschland) GmbH ),

GREENPACK – Sharing renewable energy for mobile devices in theatre – Going Green with battery driven stage equipment @ RoundTable 21
Jun 19 um 13:00 – 13:45

Using the example of mobile battery-operated stage technology from HOAC®, the use of energy from renewable sources with the help of innovative battery exchange stations is explained. These maintenance-free “Sharing Points” deliver energy to standardized open source battery modules and can be used in theatres for a wide variety of electro mobile applications. This is a contribution to the EU Directive 2009/28/EC.

Speaker: Dr. Gabriele Högg (HOAC),

Measure the dynamics of the fall @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 19 um 13:00 – 14:00

The DGUV 17 formulates in §9 load-bearing and slinging equipment the requirements for these in such a way that they have to be appropriate to the particular hazards during operation and the loads occurring during operation and adequately dimensioned. What actually happens if something goes wrong and the machinery of a technical stage equipment has to be brought to a standstill in different stop categories?

Then dynamic forces act, which are explained in this presentation and measured on a model. In addition, possibilities for safe handling of these loads are presented.

Speaker: Volker Kirsch (Bosch Rexroth)

Right in the middle instead of above it @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 19 um 13:00 – 13:30

Surtitles used to be over the stage and have now made their way into the spectators’ field of vision. Be it integrated into the stage design or by means of innovative technologies such as Smart Glasses. Thus, linguistic mediation can be tailored to individual needs, also and especially in the area of accessibility! Ilja Fontaine of the German-French surtitling company Panthea, presents an overview of the current possibilities in the field of software and hardware.

RT Workshop Manager @ RoundTable 23
Jun 19 um 13:00 – 14:30

Topics:
1) Hamburg State Opera – Summary of the new workshop – Report from practice after moving in
2) Production planning – various tools and processes
Concept -> Specification/ Calculation -> Design and Planning -> Budgeting / Order / Invoicing -> Risk Assessment/ Declaration of Conformity

Speaker: Stefanie Braun (Hamburgische Staatsoper), Martin Högg (HOAC), Paul Lehner (Schauspielhaus Zürich), Kerscher Jakob (Staatstheater Karlsruhe), Nils Hojer (Staatsheater Hannover),

Show “Heritage Theatre Technology in Contemporary Scenography” @ DTHG booth hall 22
Jun 19 um 13:00 – 13:30

From classic Baroque technology and scene changes to contemporary use of this versatile machinery. First historic use is explained and how this heritage technology can serve contemporary scenography. An imaginative scenographer can surprise you with the most unexpected use of the miscellaneous opportunities of this neglected technology in contemporary stage design for present-day productions.

Contemporary theatre machinery accommodation consists of bars going up and down, be it with counterweight system or be it by computer commanded motors. The “Baroque” theatre machinery in the understage adds horizontal moves with a wing chariot system and brings scenic elements up from the understage with a cassette system. With restoration/modernisation of historic theatres, this understage with machinery is sacrificed to use mostly as extra storage space.

With real scale material, we demonstrate alternatives for heritage theatre technology, building an “understage” of 28mm on top of each available performance floor to be able to do the same movements as produced by a heritage wing chariot system. Also different flying movements based on heritage technology will be demonstrated. And what to think about a revolve platform moving on and off stage? All those alternatives are very budget-friendly and of course very sustainable, working on human power and counterweighted where needed: an alternative elevator system can prove that.

 

Speaker: Jerome Maeckelbergh,

Switch on the Network | network solutions presented by Christie @ LightLab
Jun 19 um 13:20 – 13:40
Switch on the Network | network solutions presented by Christie @ LightLab

Christie will present the network solutions for the Light LAB together with Ollie Olma.

The “Jedermann in Potsdam” introduces himself – Live Event @ EventManufactory
Jun 19 um 13:21 – 13:35
The "Jedermann in Potsdam" introduces himself - Live Event @ EventManufactory

Since 2018 Potsdam has had its Everyman, who will come back every year in a new production. 
In the St. Nikolaikirche Potsdam this year’s premiere will take place on 17.10.2019 in a new guise – the production will last until 30.10.2019 – more information at www.jedermann-potsdam.de

Guests: 
Christian A. Schnell (director and production), Nicolai Tegeler (co-director and production), Timothy Peach (Jedermann – main actor), Ralph Morgenstern (Mammon; actor) and Daniel Bandke (video mapping)

Tranforming the Stage – Using VR/AR in classical theatre to create the hyperstage @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 19 um 13:30 – 14:00

Since the beginning of 2016 Marcel Karnapke and Björn Lengers have been working under the label CyberRäuber on combining theatre and virtual reality. Started as an artistic experiment out of curiosity and a desire to discover, they now realize projects between stage and digital for renowned theatres and are pioneers of the performing arts in virtual space. In the lecture with following discussion Cyber robber Björn Lengers presents some of the past work, talks about errors, dead ends, solutions, successes and gives an insight, which could mean this all for the theatre of the near future. www.vtheater.net

Speaker: Björn Lengers (Cyberräuber),

VALtec – Variable Acoustic Lens – Perfect beam steering also in the high frequency range @ SoundLab
Jun 19 um 13:30 – 14:15

Theatre stages and auditoriums are used variably almost everywhere. For sound technology, this means complex conversions or lower transmission quality. In the last few years, sound lines have gained acceptance in sound reinforcement technology whose vertical dispersion behaviour can be changed with the aid of integrated electronics. Beam steering offers optical, acoustic and handling advantages. For speech reproduction, an arrangement of high-quality broadband chassis with appropriate equalization is sufficient. When reproducing high frequencies, however, the dimensions of the transducers used are in the order of magnitude of the wavelengths to be radiated, which leads to various problems.

Speaker: Dieter Klein (KS Audio),

IGVW Quality standard SQO6 Event manager @ RoundTable 22
Jun 19 um 14:00 – 14:45

The planned IGVW document: “Selection, tasks and assignment of an event manager according to the specifications of the MVStättVO §38” specifies and describes the function, tasks, requirements and assignment of the event manager in the sense of the Muster Versammlungstättenverordnung. It also describes the interfaces to other areas of responsibility when business events are held in meeting places. The current work status can be presented to the interested public for the first time and offers the opportunity for exchange and coordination.

Speaker: Dietmar Bläs (IGVW), Olaf Grambow (DTHG), Christian Buschhoff (DTHG), Sacha Ritter (IGVW),

Let’s talk about light // Moving Light – move or not to move, that’s the question @ LightLab
Jun 19 um 14:00 – 15:00

The topic talk: “Let’s talk about light // Moving Light – move or not to move, that’s the question” deals with the current status of moving lights and involves the actors of the Light Lab. Without the multi-functional headlights, production in TV, theatre, event or concert is hardly imaginable. Where are the manufacturers of moving lights at the moment, what developments are going on and where are they heading in the coming years? These and other questions will be discussed and presented in this talk by Ollie Olma and his interlocutor.

Safety First – Basic safety requirement for mechanical equipment using a 2D point hoist system @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 19 um 14:00 – 15:00

The stage as a workplace is characterised by the fact that it is necessary and scenically intended to work under suspended and moving loads. In order not to endanger the health of the actors and employees, various safety functions have proven themselves over time. It is particularly important for all drives to be stopped when several mechanical devices are involved in a movement at the same time. SBS uses a compact 2D airframe to show basic safety functions, their components and mode of operation.

Speaker: Sebastian Weber (SBS),

The ETTE Practice Test @ DTHGStand Halle 22
Jun 19 um 14:00 – 14:45

The ETTE project describes a minimum qualification for safe working on stage. This is not a traditional training programme but an attempt to enable lifelong learning of competences. Thus safety becomes a question of personal attitude competence. In a presentation, we show the practical examination that is necessary to obtain the ETTE certificate and is to be offered with international validity from the end of 2019.
The presentations will be held in English and German.

Referent: Wesko Rohde, Hubert Eckart

Legally secure tendering vs. pseudo-self-employment @ EventManufactory
Jun 19 um 14:21 – 14:35

How can you nowadays comply with the laws and still work regularly with freelancers while maintaining a high standard of quality? What added value can modern tools like Lupax provide?

Speaker: Tobias Grebing (Lupax),

Designed to Deliver – SHURE TwinPlex & Axient Digital @ SoundLab
Jun 19 um 14:30 – 15:15

In our presentation we will present the new subminiature lavalier and headset microphone series TwinPlex as well as the innovative wireless system Axient Digital. In particular, we will discuss how the two high-quality series complement each other perfectly and offer an optimal solution for use in theatres.

Speaker: Marius Creutznacher (Shure),

Air acrobatics | Fall protection on the swing trapeze @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 19 um 15:00 – 16:00

With the Staatliche Ballettschule Berlin and the Schule für Artistik, a long-standing partner will again be present on the Safety in Action stage. This year the focus of Jens Becker’s presentation will be the fall protection on the Schwungtrapez. This live presentation will be complemented by a specialist lecture on the physiotherapeutic treatment of artists by Andreas Stommel, board member of tamed Tanzmedizin Deutschland e.V..

 

Gender equality in theatre and event technology………  Best practise @ RoundTable 23
Jun 19 um 15:00 – 16:30

Women out of theatre and event technology talking about their working practice. How is gender equality working in other european countries?
Carrier opportunities? How ist he work life balance for in a leading position?

Speaker: Martina Meyer, Anja Dansberg, Daphne Tepper (Projekt gender equality, UNIMEI), Elonka SorosIlka Licht (National Theatret Oslo), Simone Krüger (Messe Berlin),

Networks in communication and lighting technology @ RoundTable 21
Jun 19 um 15:00 – 15:45

Network technology in the theatre – possibilities and developments for the optimisation of communication and lighting technology. An overview of techniques and protocols, possible applications and possible solutions.

Speaker: Timo Toups (cast),

Show “Heritage Theatre Technology in Contemporary Scenography” @ DTHG booth hall 22
Jun 19 um 15:00 – 15:30

From classic Baroque technology and scene changes to contemporary use of this versatile machinery. First historic use is explained and how this heritage technology can serve contemporary scenography. An imaginative scenographer can surprise you with the most unexpected use of the miscellaneous opportunities of this neglected technology in contemporary stage design for present-day productions.

Contemporary theatre machinery accommodation consists of bars going up and down, be it with counterweight system or be it by computer commanded motors. The “Baroque” theatre machinery in the understage adds horizontal moves with a wing chariot system and brings scenic elements up from the understage with a cassette system. With restoration/modernisation of historic theatres, this understage with machinery is sacrificed to use mostly as extra storage space.

With real scale material, we demonstrate alternatives for heritage theatre technology, building an “understage” of 28mm on top of each available performance floor to be able to do the same movements as produced by a heritage wing chariot system. Also different flying movements based on heritage technology will be demonstrated. And what to think about a revolve platform moving on and off stage? All those alternatives are very budget-friendly and of course very sustainable, working on human power and counterweighted where needed: an alternative elevator system can prove that.

 

Speaker: Jerome Maeckelbergh,

Switch on the Light | Moving Light presented by Robe @ LightLab
Jun 19 um 15:00 – 15:20
Switch on the Light | Moving Light presented by Robe @ LightLab

Robe will present the RoboSpot System together with Ollie Olma.

Switch on the Light | Moving Light presented by LMP @ LightLab
Jun 19 um 15:20 – 15:40
Switch on the Light | Moving Light presented by LMP @ LightLab

LMP will present the Follow-Me System together with Ollie Olma.

MICE – online sales: Welcome to the Jungle @ EventManufactory
Jun 19 um 15:21 – 15:35

The current uncertainty is great! Distribution-oriented natives of the hotel and location scene now have to defend direct sales because external distribution costs like hyenas eat up large parts of the profit margins. The next vultures are already appearing in the sky. While in the course of the evolution an almost harmonious living together with already established on-line portals developed, the emergence of new investor-driven kind comrades provides for an apparently ever more threatening situation in the MICE jungle. But does it help if Tarzan and Jane climb from liana to liana and warn the inhabitants of the jungle with yodelled “digitalization bashing”? Certainly not!
This lecture is an inventory of the portal world and its users and provides information about the changes and dynamics of recent developments.

Speaker: Bernd Fritzges (VDVO e.V.),

IM/MATERIAL THEATRE SPACES! 
Future visions of theatre architecture @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 19 um 15:30 – 16:15

The growing need to communicate abstract concepts and complex visions of the future makes the use of virtual and augmented reality as part of communication strategies interesting. As a medium, technology can facilitate access to content and stimulate public discourse. It can be used as a tool to promote the development of new ideas and concepts.

On the occasion of the European cultural heritage year “Sharing Heritage”, we are devoting ourselves to the question of what potentials VR and AR can generate in the theatre context and how this technology can make visions of the future tangible in the course of renovation and reconstruction, and accompany planning and design processes. This was investigated using the example of the Komische Oper, which, like many theatres, will undergo a comprehensive renovation process over the next few years. Three mediation concepts and their prototypical applications were developed, which are presented in the lecture and provide an outlook on future developments.

The project ideas were developed within the framework of the international workshop “Im/material Theatre Spaces” led by Prof. Dr. Bri Newesely, Hubert Eckart, Franziska Ritter and Pablo Dornhege, under the patronage of the DTHG (Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft e.V.) within the framework of the project “Theatre Landscape”, sponsored by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media – in the European Cultural Heritage Year “Sharing Heritage”.

All projects can be tested live in the Immersive Showroom, Hall 20.

Presented projects:
“Future of … La Boheme” Takayoshi Goto, Maria Kobylenko, Maria Emilie Bürger
“Comic Forum” Alexander Walmsley, Johanna Rummel, Lotus Lien, Janik Albrecht
“preSTAGE” Oliver Burkhardt, Jan Müller, Claus-Peter Gabriel, Magdalena Dimanski

Speakers: Franziska Ritter, Pablo Dornhege

 

 

Studio sound quality on the live stage with DPA microphones. @ SoundLab
Jun 19 um 15:30 – 16:15

Join us in a hands-on microphone workshop with vocal, instrument and bodyworn microphones. We will demonstrate the d:facto™ Handheld Microphone, 4099 CORE Instrument Microphone, the brand new 6060 Subminiature Lavalier Microphone and the 6066 Subminiature Headset with Singer-Songwriter Rosey Cale.

The workshop will be held in English by Global Education and Application Manager, Bo Brinck (DPA Microphones )

 

 

Switch on the Light | Moving Light presented by JB lighting @ LightLab
Jun 19 um 15:40 – 16:00
Switch on the Light | Moving Light presented by JB lighting @ LightLab

JB lighting will present the P18 Profile, the P18 Wash and the P12 together with Ollie Olma.

Acoustic emission of stage machinery – Which requirements are appropriate? @ RoundTable 21
Jun 19 um 16:00 – 16:45

If the stage machinery in theatres and opera houses is to be renewed, the customer draws up extensive specifications. Very often, requirements for maximum noise emissions are also defined here. But which requirements are appropriate for this? How should these requirements be formulated in a meaningful way?

The starting point for answering these questions is the real background sound level during a performance, which is caused by a variety of different sound sources. As long as these sound sources are of a continuous nature, they are normally not perceived as disturbing by the audience. This criterion generally does not apply to the sound source “stage machinery”, since sound is emitted here only during the active phases of movement. To ensure that the sound source “stage machinery” is not disturbed by the audience, this sound source must not exceed the continuous background sound level.

A detailed study on this topic will be presented. To this end, extensive series of measurements were carried out during live events in several theatres. On the basis of these measurement series, the background noise levels were extracted using statistical analysis methods, so that the result was a precise list of spectral noise emission requirements for the stage machinery.
Speaker: Michael Langgemach (SBS Bühnentechnik),

LifeTime Talk with Hannes Gerriets @ LightLab
Jun 19 um 16:00 – 16:45
LifeTime Talk with Hannes Gerriets @ LightLab

The company Gerriets is a specialist for stage equipment and event projects and in 2016 Gerriets looked back on the 70 year history of the family business. Since the company was founded in 1946, Gerriets has developed into a specialist for stage equipment and event projects in demand worldwide. In the Live Time Talk with Hannes Gerriets Ollie Olma goes into this development and introduces the head behind Gerriets.

Live Time Talk in Erinnerung an einen Guten Freund mit Sarah Clausen @ LightLab
Jun 19 um 16:00 – 17:00

Fred Foster, the ETC co-founder and CEO, was a visionary, an innovator, a role model, and a true leader to many. His contributions to the entertainment industry are countless and range from product innovations to student mentorship programs. Unfortunately Fred Foster passed away on February 8, 2019 at the age of 61. Sarah Clausen ETC will talk with Ollie Olma about Fred Foster, ETC and his vision for the entertainment industrie.

RoundTable: international standards in the field of theatre and event technology @ RoundTable 22
Jun 19 um 16:00 – 18:00

– the social dialogue in Europe as a means of shaping the future
– How are standards developed outside the EU, example Russia
– Standards, laws, norms – where do the differences lie?
– Discussion of methods for solving similar problems in an international context

(english/german/russian Translation)

Speaker: Genadij Galitzki (APTK), Sacha Ritter (IGVW), Hubert Eckart (OISTAT), Chris van Goethem (STEPP),

Theatre for guest performers as event locations @ EventManufactory
Jun 19 um 16:21 – 16:37

Not every municipality in Germany has its own theatre. This applies in particular to the small and medium-sized centres, which on the one hand have different types of venues (theatres, town halls, cultural centres, congress centres, etc.), but on the other hand do not operate theatres as “multi-specialty houses” with permanent artistic staff. Theatre guest performances are an alternative in this case.

Speaker: Bernward Tuchmann (INTHEGA e.V.),

Professional Beam Steering for Theater, Musical & Concert Sound @ SoundLab
Jun 19 um 16:30 – 17:15

Case studies are used to explain the various application areas of modern beam steering systems.

Speaker: Chris BBollinger (Fohhn),

extraordinary – linked – performing @ RoundTable 21
Jun 19 um 17:00 – 17:45

Using examples, we show solutions that are outstanding in our day-to-day business. (Recent developments in show theatres in China, timing and synchronization of roboters on cruise liners, customized overall solutions for “immersive environment” etc.)
Control is all about the interaction with the “flow” of the production, other subsystems, light and projection or the actor or spectator.
Performing is the business of our customers, for Waagner Biro it’s the performance of our systems and people.

Speaker: Alexander Amon, Oliver Brück (Waagner-Biro),

fire protection dialogue @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 19 um 17:00 – 18:00

Fire protection at events is one of the major tasks for every safety officer. At the Fire Protection Dialogue 2019, the planned IGVW testing of materials in the field of decorative construction will be the focus of the dialogue. The tests according to this procedure serve to determine the behaviour of flammable materials when flamed with a hand burner under defined test conditions. The test method is suitable for assessing the flammability of materials and material combinations in event technology (e.g. in decorative construction) through typical ignition sources such as those found in event technology (e.g. headlights, pyrotechnics). Furthermore, the test result can be used to assess the fire behaviour (contribution to the fire) of the materials.

This test method will therefore also be presented live and in colour on all three days on the Safety in Action stage with real flammability tests.

The considerations are presented professionally and evaluated in the context of the valid building regulations.

Speaker: Stefan Kluge, Erhard Arnhold, Wesko Rohde

Let’s talk about LED light – DMG Mix Serie @ LightLab
Jun 19 um 17:00 – 17:20
Let's talk about LED light – DMG Mix Serie @ LightLab

Lightpower will present LED Light solutions with the DMG Mix Serie together with Ollie Olma.

Roundtable Women’s Network @ RoundTable 23
Jun 19 um 17:00 – 18:00

Assistance for the practice
Demands for equal treatment, what can theatres do?
Code of Conduct for the Stage Association using the Volksbühne Berlin as an example
Mentoring, self-marketing, do you need special coaching for women?
Contract negotiations / self-marketing – what am I worth?

Speaker: Martina Meyer, Anja Dansberg

Show “Heritage Theatre Technology in Contemporary Scenography” @ DTHG booth hall 22
Jun 19 um 17:00 – 17:30

From classic Baroque technology and scene changes to contemporary use of this versatile machinery. First historic use is explained and how this heritage technology can serve contemporary scenography. An imaginative scenographer can surprise you with the most unexpected use of the miscellaneous opportunities of this neglected technology in contemporary stage design for present-day productions.

Contemporary theatre machinery accommodation consists of bars going up and down, be it with counterweight system or be it by computer commanded motors. The “Baroque” theatre machinery in the understage adds horizontal moves with a wing chariot system and brings scenic elements up from the understage with a cassette system. With restoration/modernisation of historic theatres, this understage with machinery is sacrificed to use mostly as extra storage space.

With real scale material, we demonstrate alternatives for heritage theatre technology, building an “understage” of 28mm on top of each available performance floor to be able to do the same movements as produced by a heritage wing chariot system. Also different flying movements based on heritage technology will be demonstrated. And what to think about a revolve platform moving on and off stage? All those alternatives are very budget-friendly and of course very sustainable, working on human power and counterweighted where needed: an alternative elevator system can prove that.

 

Speaker: Jerome Maeckelbergh,

Switch on the Light | Moving Light presented by Martin @ LightLab
Jun 19 um 17:20 – 17:40
Switch on the Light | Moving Light presented by Martin @ LightLab

Lightpower will present the Martin Mac Allure together with Ollie Olma.

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Training and job description of TV Cameramen @ EventManufactory
Jun 20 um 10:21 – 10:35
Training and job description of TV Cameramen @ EventManufactory

Job description, description of training and additional qualifications, BVFK-Certification
Job description, rights and duties
Forms of employment, fees

 

Speaker: Frank Trautmann (Chairman of the BVFK)

burn down the curtain | Die IGVW Flammprobe @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 20 um 10:30 – 11:15

The IGVW Flmam Sample results from the SQP7 Dekobau and is aimed at manufacturers and users of decorations and describes the procedure for testing materials in the field of decorative construction. The tests according to this procedure serve to determine the behaviour of flammable materials when flamed with a hand burner under defined test conditions.
The test method is suitable for assessing the flammability of materials and material combinations in event technology (e.g. in decorative construction) by typical ignition sources such as those found in event technology (e.g. spotlights, pyrotechnics).
Furthermore, the test result can be used to assess the fire behaviour (contribution to the fire) of the materials.

The test procedure is presented live and addresses technical directors, workshop managers and stage craftsmen.

Speaker: Stefan Kluge (ZDF),

Impulses about Experience Technology in Museums – INTRODUCTION @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 20 um 10:30 – 11:30
Impulses about Experience Technology in Museums - INTRODUCTION @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20

Would You like to Be Immersed?
Short introduction and overview of the 14 exciting impulses.
Robert Eysoldt, Creative Consultant, ZEROOVERHEAD CONSULTING

Where Is the Imagination in a Total Immersion?
A brief insight into the immersive techniques of the past and present, as well as an outlook on the future of the imaginary.
Thomas Bremer, Professor of Game Design, DE:HIVE Institut, HTW Berlin-University of Applied Sciences

How to Use Digital Tools to Enhance Visitor Experience in Museums?
About the search for new ways to enter into an long-lasting exchange with museums from which all other museums can participate – the example museum4punkt0.
Monika Hagedorn-Saupe, Joint Project Lead and Coordinator, museum4punkt0, Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz

Peter and the Wolf for Wind Quintet and Vivace – 3D Audio in Practice @ SoundLab
Jun 20 um 10:30 – 11:15

Sergeij Prokofjews Peter and the Wolf as alive as you have never heard it before. Experience the premiere of the production with the wind quintet Odeon Winds and VIVACE.
The combination of 3D audio and room acoustics in VIVACE provides both Peter and the Wolf with unexpected and entertaining possibilities! We are looking forward to your visit at the Soundlab!

 

The Fair is dead, long live the Fair! @ RoundTable 22
Jun 20 um 10:30 – 11:15

New definition of trade fair experience. Presentation of a concept exhibition stand live on the Stage.

Speaker: Georg Winkel (SWOOFLE),

Licht und Lichtdesign – Guided Tour
Jun 20 um 11:00 – 12:30

Treffpunkt: Produktionsbüro Halle 20|Stand 112.

geführter Messerundgang führt das interessierte Fachpublikum 1 x pro Messetag zu ausgewählten Ständen der Aussteller der Halle 20. Fachbesucher können so Hersteller direkt vor Ort kennenlernen und Produkte ausprobieren.

Meeting point: Production Office Hall 20|Stand 112.

A guided tour will guide trade visitors 1 x per day to selected exhibitor stands in hall 20, where they will meet manufacturers and distributors to get to know their latest products and services.

 

The ETTE Practice Test @ DTHGStand Halle 22
Jun 20 um 11:00 – 11:45

The ETTE project describes a minimum qualification for safe working on stage. This is not a traditional training programme but an attempt to enable lifelong learning of competences. Thus safety becomes a question of personal attitude competence. In a presentation, we show the practical examination that is necessary to obtain the ETTE certificate and is to be offered with international validity from the end of 2019.
The presentations will be held in English and German.

Referent: Wesko Rohde, Hubert Eckart

The morning after @ LightLab
Jun 20 um 11:00 – 15:00
The morning after @ LightLab

In the Light, the third day of the fair will be dedicated to bilateral coordination, exchange and communication between exhibitors and visitors. Visit the Light Lab for open discussions and constructive coordination with all exhibitors (LMP, GLP, Cast, JB-Lighting, ROBE, Lightpower, ETC, VisionTwo, Gerriets, Christie, PRG, ADB Stagelight, TopVision, Studio Berlin, Nüssli, GAHRENS + BATTERMANN).

zactrack® Auto Follow System From the small theatre stage to the Rock ‘n Roll concert in the open-air stadium. A 3D tracking system for all applications. @ RoundTable 21
Jun 20 um 11:00 – 11:45

Digitalisation has long since found its way into everyday stage life. Hardly any effect device is still operated manually. All have network interfaces and are operated from any control console. Automation is progressing in giant steps. Processes and movements are stored in 3D coordinates and called up according to time code.

3D tracking in stage space will be another great “game changer” in our industry. It’s the logical next step if all elements in the show “know” where they are and can tell the controller where they are. Intelligent effect machines such as moving lights, video projections or sound panning systems deliver the dynamic effect exactly where the actor is.

zactrack® is a 3D radio tracking system for all applications in show business. Whether for the individual actor on the cabaret stage, the Prima Ballerina at the opera or the rock ‘n’ roll star at the open air in front of thousands of fans, the zactrack® system provides precise position data for all of them and controls hundreds of moving lights, dynamic video projections and 3D sound. And all this at the same time!

In this lecture:
– Meet the developers of the successful zactrack® system.
– Testimonials and examples from theatre, opera, musical and rock ‘n’ roll
– Experience the live use of the zactrack system during the lecture.

Speaker: Werner Petricek (zacktrack GmbH),

 

The long road to sustainability. @ EventManufactory
Jun 20 um 11:21 – 11:37

Every step counts…
The new certification from Berlin Convention Office to Sustainable Partner.

Speaker: Juliane Radig (Forum Factory Berlin),

Air acrobatics | Fall protection on the swing trapeze @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 20 um 11:30 – 12:00

With the Staatliche Ballettschule Berlin and the Schule für Artistik, a long-standing partner will again be present on the Safety in Action stage. This year the focus of Jens Becker’s presentation will be the fall protection on the Schwungtrapez. This live presentation will be complemented by a specialist lecture on the physiotherapeutic treatment of artists by Andreas Stommel, board member of tamed Tanzmedizin Deutschland e.V..

 

From Technology to Application, a practical introduction to beam steering technology and directed sound   @ SoundLab
Jun 20 um 11:30 – 12:15

Based on Kling & Freitag’s project of providing the ideal acoustic equipment for the Elbphilharmonie, we’ll present the technical use of beam steering and the advantages of targeted sound emission, from the idea to concept and realization. Thereby, a focus will be on the acoustic analyses and the application of the VIDA L/C system in the Elbphilharmonie, which will uncover how beam steering technology is advantageous over conventional loudspeaker technologies e.g. line arrays and point sources.

Speaker: Andreas Bauer (Sales and application support , Kling & Freitag,), Christoph Wöhler (Senior Consultant, Kling & Freitag.)

Impulses about Experience Technology in Museums – VR EXPERIENCE @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 20 um 11:30 – 12:30
Impulses about Experience Technology in Museums - VR EXPERIENCE @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20

How Do You Live in a Story?
History and Strategy of telling stories in immersive media.
Philipp Wenning, VR-Director, Co-Founder, INVR.SPACE

What Happens When You Shrink Visitors to the Size of a Woodlouse?
How to use VR as a tool to unknown experience perspectives.
Lutz Westermann, Managing Partner, hapto GmbH

How to Create Vast Virtual Worlds for a Musealogic Dialogue?
Utilizing VR and AR for exhibitions.
Patrik de Jong, Creative Director, Artificial Rome

Leadership in the 21st century: Self-organization as an opportunity for teams in art and technology? @ RoundTable 22
Jun 20 um 11:30 – 12:15

In an increasingly networked, flexible, fast-moving world, the traditional hierarchically rigid structures with their inertia no longer function in theatre companies. In addition to the theatre-typical difficult working hours and poor pay, there are unnecessary organisational problems, friction losses and decision-making backlogs. In this way, even willing employees* are demotivated and leave the theatre or do not even accept the position.
In order to master these new challenges, different leadership concepts and a new corporate culture are needed, away from the omniscient lonely leader towards networked teams whose members assume the extensive leadership responsibility according to their competence.
The core of this new organisational development is self-organisation – at management and team level.
The purpose of this RoundTable is to get to know the basics of agile work, to clear up myths about self-organisation and to stimulate discussion about new, more flexible structures in cooperation.

Speaker: Christina Barandun,

Resource Equalization in the Event Industry @ RoundTable 21
Jun 20 um 12:00 – 12:45

Actors of the night plant rainforest
For every event many resources of our world are consumed. It has long been necessary to compensate for this. Rainforest protection and reforestation helps the world! Initiated and supported by the actors of the night, a special project is presented.

Speaker: Tina Kitzing (Beuth Hochschule), Katja Wiese (Naturefund),

 

Safety First – Safety requirement for mechanical equipment using a 2D point hoist system @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 20 um 12:00 – 12:30

The stage as a workplace is characterised by the fact that it is necessary and scenically intended to work under suspended and moving loads. In order not to endanger the health of the actors and employees, various safety functions have proven themselves over time. It is particularly important for all drives to be stopped when several mechanical devices are involved in a movement at the same time. SBS uses a compact 2D airframe to show basic safety functions, their components and mode of operation.

Speaker: Sebastian Weber (SBS),

Guests on stage @ EventManufactory
Jun 20 um 12:21 – 12:37

Traveling companies and productions require a special degree of hospitality.
This does not begin with the reception or delivery. This topic is dealt with in greater depth in the guidelines developed within the DTHG symposium. This lecture would like to roll out the red carpet for theatre and event enthusiasts of all kinds.

Speaker: Johannes Böhner (BWKI – Bühnenplanung Walter Kottke Ingenieure GmbH),

Impulses about Experience Technology in Museums – AR EXPERIENCE @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 20 um 12:30 – 14:00
Impulses about Experience Technology in Museums - AR EXPERIENCE @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20

AR Is the Answer, but What Is the Question?
What cultural institutions can teach us about digitalization.
Raphaël de Courville, Co-founder, NEEEU Spaces GmbH

How Can AR Enhance Storytelling in Museums Today?
What new ways of interactions we discovered while creating an
exhibition with Microsoft Hololens for teenagers.
Kai Wegner, Senior Consultant, Exozet Berlin GmbH

Is Your Smart Device the Key to Location Based Information?
We don’t know! But AR will be the door opener to wherever you want to go!
Sebastian Winkler, CEO, shoutr labs

All by Myself or Can We Move from Single to Group Experiences for the Masses?
About the advantages of interaction with large groups in VR and AR.
Axel Steinkuhle, CEO, Evrbit

Measure the dynamics of the fall @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 20 um 12:30 – 13:00

The DGUV 17 formulates in §9 load-bearing and slinging equipment the requirements for these in such a way that they have to be appropriate to the particular hazards during operation and the loads occurring during operation and adequately dimensioned. What actually happens if something goes wrong and the machinery of a technical stage equipment has to be brought to a standstill in different stop categories?

Then dynamic forces act, which are explained in this presentation and measured on a model. In addition, possibilities for safe handling of these loads are presented.

Speaker: Volker Kirsch (Bosch Rexroth)

Variable acoustics at the example of the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg @ SoundLab
Jun 20 um 12:30 – 13:15

Variable acoustic measures in the form of curtains have been used for decades. In the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, innovative roll banner systems were used to make the large hall acoustically variable. But why do variable acoustic elements have to be installed in a new concert hall that has also gone down in history as one of the most expensive in the world? Shouldn’t a concert hall be acoustically optimally designed on its own? These and other exciting questions on the subject of variable room acoustics will be answered in this lecture.

Speaker: Jonas Schira (Gerriets GmbH),

Clear the stage: active oxygen – the new player in show business Chemical-free cleaning for dance and drama  @ RoundTable 21
Jun 20 um 13:00 – 13:45

Clear the stage: active oxygen – the new player in show business
Chemical-free cleaning for dance and drama

Speaker: Roland Krüger (1st Selection),

Closer networking of guest performance houses and guest performance theatres @ RoundTable 23
Jun 20 um 13:00 – 13:45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rehabilitation of guest houses, standardisation of stage instructions and the INTHEGA database of guest houses, these are the topics of the RoundTable organised jointly by INTHEGA and DTHG.

Speaker: Martin Fuchs (DTHG), Bernwart Tuchmann (INTHEGA),

D8 Plus electric chain hoist | an all-rounder of a special case @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 20 um 13:00 – 13:30

Although the designations for the rules and regulations of the trade association have changed in recent years, the designation D8 Plus electric chain hoist has been able to assert itself on the market. This is an indicator for the manifold use of these electric chain hoists equipped with an additional brake, which in daily use may only be loaded with half the original specified load capacity.

With the exception of the brakes, the D8 Plus electric chain hoist is thus dimensioned according to the principle of intrinsic safety and the use of the second brake fulfils the requirements of the single fault safety principle. The D8 Plus electric chain hoist can therefore be used to hold loads above persons without secondary securing and is an indispensable component of the daily work above the heads of visitors and employees.

The various application possibilities of the D8 Plus electric chain hoists will be presented live and in colour with a truss joint and the motor control required for the application.

Speaker: Torsten Simsch (cast C.Adolph & RST Distribution GmbH),

Product launch EloTwin @ RoundTable 22
Jun 20 um 13:00 – 13:45

The hybrid floor that changes from a stage floor to a ballet floor at the push of a button.
– finally rehearse the opera exactly as it will be performed
– additional use of rehearsal stages for ballet without modification
Discuss with us the potential of this innovation for studio stages and above all for trial operation.

Speaker: Kai-Uwe Patz (Bühnenbau Wertheim),

Show “Heritage Theatre Technology in Contemporary Scenography” @ DTHG booth hall 22
Jun 20 um 13:00 – 13:30

From classic Baroque technology and scene changes to contemporary use of this versatile machinery. First historic use is explained and how this heritage technology can serve contemporary scenography. An imaginative scenographer can surprise you with the most unexpected use of the miscellaneous opportunities of this neglected technology in contemporary stage design for present-day productions.

Contemporary theatre machinery accommodation consists of bars going up and down, be it with counterweight system or be it by computer commanded motors. The “Baroque” theatre machinery in the understage adds horizontal moves with a wing chariot system and brings scenic elements up from the understage with a cassette system. With restoration/modernisation of historic theatres, this understage with machinery is sacrificed to use mostly as extra storage space.

With real scale material, we demonstrate alternatives for heritage theatre technology, building an “understage” of 28mm on top of each available performance floor to be able to do the same movements as produced by a heritage wing chariot system. Also different flying movements based on heritage technology will be demonstrated. And what to think about a revolve platform moving on and off stage? All those alternatives are very budget-friendly and of course very sustainable, working on human power and counterweighted where needed: an alternative elevator system can prove that.

 

Speaker: Jerome Maeckelbergh,

Show “Heritage Theatre Technology in Contemporary Scenography” @ DTHG booth hall 22
Jun 20 um 13:00 – 13:30

From classic Baroque technology and scene changes to contemporary use of this versatile machinery. First historic use is explained and how this heritage technology can serve contemporary scenography. An imaginative scenographer can surprise you with the most unexpected use of the miscellaneous opportunities of this neglected technology in contemporary stage design for present-day productions.

Contemporary theatre machinery accommodation consists of bars going up and down, be it with counterweight system or be it by computer commanded motors. The “Baroque” theatre machinery in the understage adds horizontal moves with a wing chariot system and brings scenic elements up from the understage with a cassette system. With restoration/modernisation of historic theatres, this understage with machinery is sacrificed to use mostly as extra storage space.

With real scale material, we demonstrate alternatives for heritage theatre technology, building an “understage” of 28mm on top of each available performance floor to be able to do the same movements as produced by a heritage wing chariot system. Also different flying movements based on heritage technology will be demonstrated. And what to think about a revolve platform moving on and off stage? All those alternatives are very budget-friendly and of course very sustainable, working on human power and counterweighted where needed: an alternative elevator system can prove that.

 

Speaker: Jerome Maeckelbergh,

Networking of the future @ EventManufactory
Jun 20 um 13:21 – 13:35
Networking of the future @ EventManufactory

Speaker: Tanja Schramm (meet Germany),

High Speed Performer Flying by Waagner-Biro @ Safety in action on stage
Jun 20 um 13:30 – 14:00

Demonstration of motorized tension sheave used for high speed performer fly winches and related safety relevant developments in CAT-control.

Speaker: Ivo Guterres (Waagner Biro)

VALtec – Variable Acoustic Lens – Perfect beam steering also in the high frequency range @ SoundLab
Jun 20 um 13:30 – 14:15

Theatre stages and auditoriums are used variably almost everywhere. For sound technology, this means complex conversions or lower transmission quality. In the last few years, sound lines have gained acceptance in sound reinforcement technology whose vertical dispersion behaviour can be changed with the aid of integrated electronics. Beam steering offers optical, acoustic and handling advantages. For speech reproduction, an arrangement of high-quality broadband chassis with appropriate equalization is sufficient. When reproducing high frequencies, however, the dimensions of the transducers used are in the order of magnitude of the wavelengths to be radiated, which leads to various problems.

Speaker: Dieter Klein (KS Audio),

Impulses about Experience Technology in Museums – EXPERIENCE FOR ALL @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 20 um 14:00 – 14:30
Impulses about Experience Technology in Museums - EXPERIENCE FOR ALL @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20

How Can You Create Experiences for All Visitors?
Providing inclusive and enjoyable experiences for visitors with and without disabilities in cultural places.
Alexandra Verdeil, General Manager Germany & Austria, Tactile Studio

Shure Axient Digital – Increased Reliability through Digital Wireless Systems @ RoundTable 22
Jun 20 um 14:00 – 14:45

In the professional audio industry, including live performances, corporate events, theatres or broadcast, a non-interrupted and reliable operation is mandatory. To guarantee the correct choice of a wireless system, the differences between analogue and digital transmission will be explained. We pay particular attention to the increased reliability through digital wireless systems. This is underlined through the presentation of specific features of the Axient Digital AD and ADX series, as well as the ULX-D wireless system.

Speaker: Ursula Helmstädt (Shure Distribution GmbH),

The ETTE Practice Test @ DTHGStand Halle 22
Jun 20 um 14:00 – 14:45

The ETTE project describes a minimum qualification for safe working on stage. This is not a traditional training programme but an attempt to enable lifelong learning of competences. Thus safety becomes a question of personal attitude competence. In a presentation, we show the practical examination that is necessary to obtain the ETTE certificate and is to be offered with international validity from the end of 2019.
The presentations will be held in English and German.

Referent: Wesko Rohde, Hubert Eckart

The way to the interim – the Landestheater Altenburg moves into the theatre tent. @ RoundTable 21
Jun 20 um 14:00 – 14:45

The experience report of a very current move to the substitute venue, which will become the main venue of a four-section theatre for 2 years. Moving in in July of 2019, right after the Stage Set Senery. Experience of a very short planning phase and dealing with a very tight financial framework.

Speaker: Thomas Lüdicke (theapro),

Corporate identity fashion @ EventManufactory
Jun 20 um 14:21 – 14:35
Corporate identity fashion @ EventManufactory

What is corporate identity fashion? 
From product launches to trade fairs or events, from major brands to promising newcomers – our partners value corporate ID. Fashion for entrepreneurial spirit, our creativity and the quality of our work: high-quality event fashion, messenger fashion and corporate identity fashion.

Our creations are more than just average trade fair clothing or standardised event fashion, because the appearance of your employees, who represent your product and its individuality, is also important in the upmarket segment. A high-quality presentation made of noble and high-quality materials, according to the desired target group.

 

Speaker: Daniel Westrick (Rodan Design),

Designed to Deliver – SHURE TwinPlex & Axient Digital @ SoundLab
Jun 20 um 14:30 – 15:15

In our presentation we will present the new subminiature lavalier and headset microphone series TwinPlex as well as the innovative wireless system Axient Digital. In particular, we will discuss how the two high-quality series complement each other perfectly and offer an optimal solution for use in theatres.

Speaker: Marius Creutznacher (Shure),

Impulses about Experience Technology in Museums – AUDIO EXPERIENCE @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 20 um 14:30 – 15:00
Impulses about Experience Technology in Museums - AUDIO EXPERIENCE @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20

The Good, the Sound and the Bad — Are You Well Immersed?
Sound immission makes people leave — ways to create inspiring aural realities.
Max Kullmann, STILLE ALS LUXUS

Impulses about Experience Technology in Museums – AI IN MUSEUMS @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 20 um 15:00 – 16:15
Impulses about Experience Technology in Museums - AI IN MUSEUMS @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20

How to Support Knowledge Workers in Exhibition Design?
From digital curation tools to smart exhibits.
Joachim Quantz, Head of Research, ART+COM Studios

Can AI Explain Itself?
Ideas for showcasing AI in exhibitions and museums.
Andreas Daniel Matt, Managing Director, IMAGINARY
Sebastián Uribe, Senior Technology Consultant, IMAGINARY

Do Algorithms Change the Exhibition Presentation?
About AI as an interface between humans and museums.
Michael Fuchs, Museum Director, Fasnachtsmuseum Schloss Langenstein

Closing words.
Robert Eysoldt, Creative Consultant, ZEROOVERHEAD CONSULTING

Show “Heritage Theatre Technology in Contemporary Scenography” @ DTHG booth hall 22
Jun 20 um 15:00 – 15:30

From classic Baroque technology and scene changes to contemporary use of this versatile machinery. First historic use is explained and how this heritage technology can serve contemporary scenography. An imaginative scenographer can surprise you with the most unexpected use of the miscellaneous opportunities of this neglected technology in contemporary stage design for present-day productions.

Contemporary theatre machinery accommodation consists of bars going up and down, be it with counterweight system or be it by computer commanded motors. The “Baroque” theatre machinery in the understage adds horizontal moves with a wing chariot system and brings scenic elements up from the understage with a cassette system. With restoration/modernisation of historic theatres, this understage with machinery is sacrificed to use mostly as extra storage space.

With real scale material, we demonstrate alternatives for heritage theatre technology, building an “understage” of 28mm on top of each available performance floor to be able to do the same movements as produced by a heritage wing chariot system. Also different flying movements based on heritage technology will be demonstrated. And what to think about a revolve platform moving on and off stage? All those alternatives are very budget-friendly and of course very sustainable, working on human power and counterweighted where needed: an alternative elevator system can prove that.

 

Speaker: Jerome Maeckelbergh,

Speech Intelligibility: A theoretical seminar about speech intelligibility and its importance for all performances. @ RoundTable 22
Jun 20 um 15:00 – 15:45

A theoretical seminar about speech intelligibility and its importance for all performances.
– Importance of consonants
– Dynamic range of voice
– Microphone technology
– Placement of microphone

The seminar will be held in English by Global Education and Application Manager, Bo Brinck (DPA Microphones )

Renewable Energies @ EventManufactory
Jun 20 um 15:21 – 15:35
Renewable Energies @ EventManufactory

Speaker: Ken Richards (F6S),

Studio sound quality on the live stage with DPA microphones. @ SoundLab
Jun 20 um 15:30 – 16:15

Join us in a hands-on microphone workshop with vocal, instrument and bodyworn microphones. We will demonstrate the d:facto™ Handheld Microphone, 4099 CORE Instrument Microphone, the brand new 6060 Subminiature Lavalier Microphone and the 6066 Subminiature Headset with Singer-Songwriter Rosey Cale.

 

The workshop will be held in German by Business Development Manager, Florian Kresse (DPA Microphones GmbH)

Professional Beam Steering for Theater, Musical & Concert Sound @ SoundLab
Jun 20 um 16:30 – 17:00

Case studies are used to explain the various application areas of modern beam steering systems.

Speaker: Chris BBollinger (Fohhn),