Sibylle Berg



  1. December 3rd, 2022

    2022 Sound and Fury Play Reading Festival- "And Now: The World!"

    We are more similar than we think. China- There was a fine talk with theater professionals on the occasion of the premiere of "And now the world" in Beijing directed by Siån Chen.

    "And now the world" is a winning project of our "Folding the Axis" open call in 2021.

    The Sound and Fury Play Reading Festival is initiated by a group of emerging independent playwrights in China who commit themselves to new writing, celebrating diversity and freedom of expression in writing and In 2022, the Sound and Fury Play Reading Festival will present four iconic Swiss plays. These four works, by some of Switzerland's most active and renowned contemporary playwrights, deal with a wide range of contemporary issues such as philosophical reflections on life and death, female utopias, aging and fertility. Through the presentation of these four plays, it is hoped that they will provide audiences and theater creators with some new insights into what theater is meant to be about at the present time.

    From 12 to 14 August 2022, four productions of this year's festival will be presented in the Live Gallery at 02 Art Museum in Beijing.

    The world of the past is fading away, what voice will you make in the face of the new world?

  2. November 30th, 2022

    Tender Talk No. 1: Sibylle Berg & Dr. Ruth Westheimer

  3. May 10th, 2016

    The Frieze Project

    The daunting news that global unemployment might reach 200 million people by the end of next year may be the last thing on anyone’s mind as they explore Frieze London. But one of the most recognized writers of the German-speaking world, Sibylle Berg, has put the problem center-stage.

    The Frieze Project (2016) is an experimental play premiering at Frieze London as part of the fair’s Projects series. The punchy, 20-minute production speculates about what will happen to all the unemployed and unwanted refugees after a fourth industrial revolution. In Berg’s first collaboration with Cologne-based artist Claus Richter—who is best known for his playful sculptures and installations that mimic fictional childhood settings—the duo has created a dystopian scenario in which robots run our lives.

    Wonderland Avenue in the Frieze

    Play Trailer