In the THEATRE COURSE FOR LEARNING GERMAN, participants play theater and learn to express themselves in the German language. The course is aimed at all those who still speak little German (from A2). Previous knowledge of theater is not required.
The course will take place from September 6, 2021 to February 11, 2022. It always takes place on Mondays from 16.30-18.45. Cost: Fr. 170.- per semester for 20 afternoons and 2 full-day workshops for people living in the city of Zurich (100% refund possible with Kultur Legi); for all others Fr.340.00.
The course is led by theater pedagogue Daniel Koller and German teacher (DaZ) Franziska Gugger.
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