I prefer not to ... share! – is the leitmotif of steirischer herbst 2014.

What's on

» The festival opening approaches, it takes place on 26/09: With All tomorrow's Parties, Belgium based Needcompany creates  for us a festival opening as a tightrope walk with no safety net which blurs the boundaries between art and entertainment.

» On 09/09 rehearsals start: 20 Graz based people will take part in Rashaad Newsome's Shade Graz, 2014.

» What is there going on in Wildon? machina eX is currently exploring the small village in the south of Graz for their project machina excursion: Kingdom.

» The traditional opening parcours of the festival exhibitions on the first festival weekend is taking place on two days this year – Sat 27 & Sun 28/09.

» Boris Charmatz new work „manger“, a co-production with Ruhtriennale explores our ambivalent relationship to the subject of “food”.

» Hungary in focus in Bad Gleichenberg: Árpád Schilling's „A Párt – Die Partei – The Party“.


steirischer herbst is setting out and pulsates not only in Graz. This year also in Bad Gleichenberg, Stainz, Bad Radkersburg, Laafeld, Kornberg & Wildon.


Festival centre

At Palais Wildenstein, Paulustorgasse: Fortress of Backyards


» 27/09: Maria Hassabi: Premiere
» 02/10: Nature Theater of Oklahoma: Life and Times
» 04/10: Christine Gaigg: Maybe the way you made love ...
» 09/10 - 12/10: musikprotokoll 2014 ... feading the future
» 10/10: Young Jean Lee: Straight White Men
» 11/10: Georg Nussbaumer: Ein weststeirischer Wasserfall
» 16/10: Ann Liv Young: Elektra
» 17/10: andcompany&Co.: Orpheus in der Oberwelt ...

Program booklet

Order it free of charge here ...


Representative Politics and the
Politics of Representation – Forms of Distancing
General sponsor
Legero / con-tempus.eu

Festival sponsor
Steiermärkische Sparkasse

Thanks to our supporters and partners!

Randnotizen 2014

Stewart Home, Boris Nikitin, Cordula Simon & Robert Steijn führen für den steirischen herbst ein Tagebuch im Netz.

11/09/2014 Thomas Ebermann – Der eindimensionale Mensch wird 50 by Thomas Ebermann