Name Zentrum Bundesrepublik Deutschland des Internationalen Theaterinstituts e.V.
Address Mariannenplatz 2, D-10997 Berlin
Year of foundation 1955, in Bonn
The ITI is a competence centre for international theatre work and acts as mediator in cultural policy matters for performing artists. It relies upon the international commitment of its members as well as of the cooperating institutions. Its activities are based on the objectives of UNESCO, the charter of the ITI world-wide network and the charter of the German centre. The ITI aims to strengthen the performing arts, to give a voice to the performing artists and to enhance the artistic exchange in the fields of theatre and dance – across all cultural, political, geographical and religious boundaries.
Date of the most recent tax notification 21.06.2017
Name and function of the essential decision-makers
President: Joachim Lux
Vice presidents: Dr. Bettina Sluzalek, Kay Wuschek
Board members: Martine Dennewald, Matthias Gehrt, Barbara Kastner, Jan Linders, Barbara Mundel, Holger Schultze, Tobias Veit, Jörg Vorhaben, Karen Witthuhn.
Managing director: Dr. Thomas Engel
Annual report 2017
Project manager: Michael Freundt
Secretariat: Annette Doffin
Project manager contemporary theatre, “Change of Scene”: Andrea Zagorski
Finances: Kerstin Hefenbrock, Ingrid Beese (until 12/31 2018)
Project coordinator “Change of Scene”: Sigrid Hilmer
Press and public relations: Stefan Woll
Project coordinator Touring Artists, mobility, networks: Jana Grünewald
Manager Mime Centrum Berlin: Christine Henninger, Thilo Wittenbecher (until 12/31 2018)
Video studio: Maxim Wittenbecher
Studio 2, room management: Emanuela Pilloli
Web-development/IT administration: Martin Eisenbeiß
Assistance events and public relations, video studio:
Two employees in the context of internships or civil work
Source and use of funds
The public support for the German centre of the ITI exceeds 90% of the annual income and originates from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, Cultural Foundation of the German Federal States and the Senate Department for Culture and Europe, Berlin.
Partner: ITI - world organization in co-operation with a multitude of partners