InnSæi at the Scharlatan Theater für Veränderung

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InnSæi screened at the fabulous Scharlatan Theater für Veränderung in Hamburg, Germany
“Normally, it is our job to inspire others, to give impulses, to make changes and new thinking. Last night we were inspired: Hrund Gunnsteinsdóttir visited us and gave a presentation of her documentary »InnSaei – The Power of Intuition« with a lecture and decided on a questionnaire. 100 people went on a journey of discovery of intuition.” (from the Scharlatan website)

On February 16, the Scharlatan Theater für Veränderung in Hamburg screened our documentary film InnSæi – the Sea Within (or The Power of Intuition). A great crowd of people gathered for drinks before the screening, and afterwards I participated in a Q&A that was fun and people had some really thought-provoking questions.

I was inspired by the very concept that has driven this entrepreneurial theater for over 30 years, which brings together the human essence of diversity and ability to change and adjust to changes occurring at work, at home and in society in general.

“When theatrical professionals, creative, musicians, consultants, coaches and coaches get together and bring the theater to places where no one expects theatrics, something extraordinary is emerging. Something that makes people laugh, touches and moves, opening doors that seemed to be closed or undetected.”

“For the last 30 years, we have been shaping the corporate theater in Germany with our approximately 100-strong team, and we are dedicated to the diversity of the theater for and in companies. We are also well-known for events and events, which we make at moments with a high memorial value.”

Normally, it is our job to inspire others, to give impulses, to make changes and new thinking. Last night we were inspired: Hrund Gunnsteinsdóttir visited us.

It was a true inspiration to meet some of the brains behind the theater, the guy with the green hat: Ali Wichmann, Founder, managing director and impetus,  Ata Anat, the project assistant who so generously welcomed me and made sure I got safely back and forth from the venue, the producers and directors, and Sybill Petermann, at tema-The Communcation Company, who showed me around Hamburg and gave me a glimpse into her work, the buzzing culture and life in the city.

Here’s a link to the theater and the news about the screening.

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