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April 13   -   ArtsJournal: music

Refugees Form A Theatre Company On One Of Berlin's Fabled Stages

The Exil Ensemble is "a group of seven performers from Syria, the Palestinian territories and Afghanistan who can't pursue their art in their home countries and who are now in residency at the Maxim Gorki Theater" (whose house director, incidentally, is Israeli). "But how do you turn your own arrival into art so soon? How do you face the trauma? And express yourself in a new language?"

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