10.11.2018 to 10.11.2018 - Kunsthalle Wien
The European Balcony Project
LITERATURE & DISCOURSE, ART, DANCE/PERFORMANCE/MUSIC
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At a time when Europe is struggling to find new ways of shaping its transnational democracy and where European citizens request new forms of political participation, the European balcony project wants to produce a citizens' manifesto on the future of Europe. From balconies all over Europe, artists and citizens will proclaim the European republic and read the manifesto, written by Ulrike Guérot, Robert Menasse and Milo Rau, and pave the way for the emanzipatory claim of citizens' beyond the nation state.
On November 10, 2018 at 4 pm, German actor Markus Meyer, who is part of the Burgtheater ensemble, will read the manifesto from the terrace of Kunsthalle Wien at Museumsquartier.
Markus Meyer, born in Cloppenburg.
Studies in biochemistry at the University of Hannover, graduation as Diplom biochemist 1996; Studied acting at the HFS "Ernst Busch", Berlin 1996-2000; Berliner Ensemble, permanent member of the ensemble from 1999-2004, guest until 2017; Burgtheater Wien, permanent member of the ensemble since 2004; Other guest engagements: Salzburg Festival, Volksbühne Berlin, Schauspielhaus Zürich, Bavarian State Opera Munich, Volksoper Vienna, Gärtnerplatztheater Munich; Numerous TV film / series roles; Teaching assignments at the HFS "Ernst Busch", Berlin, Mozarteum Salzburg, Max Reinhardt Seminar, MUK Vienna; Since 2014 professor at the MUK Vienna in the field of drama.