Termine und Veranstaltungen

Jun
18
Di
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,

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

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,

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

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,

Jun
19
Mi
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)

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,

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,

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

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,

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,

Jun
20
Do
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

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,

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

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,