Bas Böttcher "Find ideas! Choose words! Grab the audience!"

7/12/24 in Ribnitz-Damgarten

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Seminars, Courses & Workshops

Fri | 12.07. | 10.00 a.m. | Richard-Wossidlo-Gymnasium Damgarten

Bas Böttcher is a slam poet of the first hour! The language and stage artist has been giving workshops at schools and universities for over 10 years. He supports young talents in writing their own stage texts and in dealing with the microphone and audience. How does a quadruple rhyme machine work? What is an association chain reaction? What do meter and beats have in common? As editor of the standard work "Die Poetry-Slam-Fibel - 20 Jahre Werkstatt der Sprache", Bas Böttcher has surprising examples of all styles of stage literature to listen to, watch or read. In this way, linguistic means are not only explained in theory, but can also be experienced live.

An event organized by the Ribnitz-Damgarten City Library in cooperation with the Literaturhaus Rostock.

➢ Info:

Ribnitz-Damgarten City Library, Im Kloster 4, 18311 Ribnitz-Damgarten

Tel.: 0 38 21 - 89 34 52 0

bibliothek@ribnitz-damgarten.de

www.bibliothek.ribnitz-damgarten.de

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Event dates
  • Friday, Jul 12, 2024 10:00 o'clock
Event Location

Richard Wossidlo High School

Schulstraße 10
18311 Ribnitz-Damgarten


Contact the organiser

Library Ribnitz

Im Kloster 4
18311 Ribnitz-Damgarten


bibliothek@ribnitz-damgarten.de
03821 2418
bibliothek.ribnitz-damgarten.de

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