Stages without Courtain

Adolphe Appia had been an iconoclast. With his many reforms he pushed down the classical stage from the dais. His aim was to develop a holistic theater in which actor, space and auditorium become a unified and collaborative artistic entity. According to his ideas, the Festspielhaus Hellerau was built, which is now part of Dresden. There a century ago the first theater opened to the public without having a stage, backdrops or curtains. Lighting created mood and atmosphere and replaced scenery.

During a few summers in between 1912 and 1914 artists from all over Europe and the United States visited the Hellerau festivals and saw a show, that they remembered for their lifetime: Paul Claudel, George Bernard Shaw, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Oskar Kokoschka, Franz Kafka, Rainer Maria Rilke and Walter Gropius. The empty hall in Hellerau was revolutionary! The confluence of new ideas about lighting and new technological opportunities in combination with progressive event concepts can today be used to design a truly memorable experience.

Our Event Toolkit

ostmodern Events, Ideenfindung - Die Geometrie des Wunders

The geometry of Miracles

ostmodern Events, Planung - Der Ausflug ins Wunderland

Adventures in Wonderland

ostmodern Events, Steuerung - Der unsichtbare Zauberstab

The magic Baton

ostmodern Events, Ort - Der unvergessliche Rahmen

Framing the Event

ostmodern Events, Catering - Im Sinn der Sinne

The Triumph of the Senses

ostmodern Events, Ausstatung - Bühne ohne Vorhang

Stages without Curtains

ostmodern Events, Künstler - Große Emotionen

Great Emotions

ostmodern Events, Führungen - Schlendern ohne Baedeker
Guided Tours

Roaming without Baedeker

ostmodern Events, Service - Der perfekte Kuppler

The perfect Matchmaker

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