This has been quite a cold and wet April, don’t you think? Let’s hope spring will finally find us here in Stuttgart in May! Here comes my post about what’s up this May in Stuttgart. It is still a “Corona edition” which means I only point out virtuell events.
- The New English American Theater will perform the one-act play True Dylan which is based on a interview with the musician on youtube on May 3.
- Join the virtuell lecture “Irony and Outrage: The Polarized Landscape of Rage, Fear, and Laughter in the U.S”, organized by DAZ on May 4.
- The beloved Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film can only take place online this year from May 4 to 9. Next to films and games one additional offer is the ITFS VR Hub, which will bring the Festival feeling to a digital Schlossplatz.
- On May 7 you can join a multimedia exploration of popular literature and film with d.a.i.-teacher Scott Stelle. This month’s topic: the thin borderline between the law through works of fiction, true crime and film.
- On May 11 you can join an online presentation and discussion about guns and gun control in the US.
- Calling all book lovers: On May 14 you can participate in the virtuell book discussion about Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell, a fictionalized story of William Shakespeare and his wife Agnes and the death of their son Hamnet.
- d.a.i. Tübingen organizes a virtuell boardgame night on May 20.
- The DAZ book club meets virtually on May 20 to discuss “The Undocumented Americans” by Karla Cornejo Villavicencio.
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