Category Archives: NORTH AMERICA


11 Feb 2019

Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation, Brandeis University

Brandeis University Associate Professor of the Practice or Assistant/Associate Professor (outside the tenure structure) in Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation APPLY Deadline March 1st, 2019. Position Description The minor in Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation (CAST) and Brandeis...

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7 Jan 2019

TWB Digest #360

Dear esteemed reader, To use the words of Italo Calvino, take all the time you need or be swift. May you achieve utmost constructive concentration in this year. May your endless artistic labors bear fruit. Open applications Apply now to...

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11 Dec 2018

Theatre in the Age of Climate Change Convening Info Page | HowlRound Theatre Commons

The Theatre in the Age of Climate Change convening took place 8-10 June 2018 and was hosted by HowlRound in partnership with Chantal Bilodeau (The Arctic Cycle), Elizabeth Doud (Climakaze Miami/Fundarte), and Roberta Levitow (Theatre Without Borders) in Boston, Massachusetts...

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14 Jun 2018

TWB Digest #349

Greetings!from the Introduction to From Obote to Obote   by Akena Adoko "The past must be known and studied Not for the purpose of comparing And contrasting it to the present But because it led to the present." The British Council...

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19 Apr 2018

TWB #343

Introducing: The Julie Taymor World Theatre Fellowship The founding principal of The Julie Taymor World Theater Fellowship is to provide travel opportunities for enterprising young theater directors to immerse themselves in artistic experiences beyond our borders; thereby, expanding their creative horizons...

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1 Apr 2018

TWB Digest #342

TWB Digest #342 March 27th,  was International Theatre Day. Our own Roberta Levitow, together with her friends Julie Hébert & Jill Klein created a series of short videos where women talk about women who have inspired them. They called the videos...

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1 Apr 2018

TWB Digest #341

Quote of the week Old man "And the truth will set you free  Even if the master don't." Father Comes Home From the Wars. (Parts 1,2 & 3) by Susan-Lori Parks  Dear friends, first, take a look at Artists at Risk Connection. An organization committed...

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17 Jan 2018

TWB Digest #234 January 17, 2018 Issue.

TWB Digest #234 January 17, 2018 Issue. Quote of the week "To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong." -- Joseph Chilton PearceHappy 2018 Theatre Folk, We’re back at the start of a promising New...

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1 Jan 2018

Theater & Resistance Symposium

Please be aware of the upcoming Theater & Resistance Symposium co-organized by Jessica Litwak & David Diamond of TWB, Matthew Covey of Tamizdat and Frank Hentschker of The Segal Center. This will certainly be a rewarding community conversation and I...

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14 Dec 2017

TWB e-letter

Dear reader, as we near the end of 2017, here's a list of events confirmed to take place in 2018. Apply, submit projects for consideration; good luck! * Alsawari International Youth Theatrical Festival is a biennial theatre festival will be held in the Kingdom...

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14 Nov 2017

TWB e-letter

In this issue check out for call for applications from: Brown University, Women in the Arts and Media coalition, Performers without Borders, Intercultural Leadership Institute, CECArts Link, Company of Wolves. And a Polish Theatre Festival at Lamama E.T.C and Bethlehem International Performing Arts Festival...

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2 Nov 2017

Announcement about the HowlRound Theatre Map

Dear Theatre Without Borders network members, I have some great news to share! Now you can “put yourself on the map” on the Theatre Without Borders Map and on the HowlRound World Theatre Map!   HowlRound is an online “knowledge...

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30 Oct 2017

TWB e-letter

Dear reader, The Africa Centre is now accepting applications for its 2017 Artist In Residency (AIR) Programmes. We are offering residencies in Australia, Brazil, Spain, Italy and the United States. Mid – Late Career Artists interested in the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center residency in Italy can read...

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9 May 2017

Digest #223

Dear reader, 1. Theatre of the Oppressed presents (NYC) Legislative Theatre brings citizens, legislators and policymakers together into creative dialogue about the policies and laws that affect communities facing oppression. At TONYC’s annual Legislative Theatre Festival, you will watch original plays...

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26 Apr 2017

Digest #222

Dear reader, At Sundance Institute’s Playwrights Residency in Germany,New Work by Syrian Theatre-Makers. Berlin and Neuklostersee, Germany — Six Europe-based Syrian playwrights will create new work in Arabic as part of Sundance Institute’s Playwrights Residency in Berlin and Neuklostersee, continuing the Theatre Program’s...

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22 Jan 2017

The International Human Rights Art Festival

The International Human Rights Art Festival, presented by Dixon Place & the Institute of Prophetic Activist Art seeks volunteers for its inaugural weekend festival at Dixon Place. The Festival will take place in NYC. March 3-5 2017. More information about...

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11 Dec 2016

CEC Arts Link: Residency Opportunity for Artists and Curators (Dec.15)

Application and Guidelines Deadline: December 15, 2016 Residencies will take place April 1 - July 31 and September 1 - December 31, 2017. Duration of the residency: 1 month for artists, 7-10 days for curators.

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16 Sep 2016

Arts & Social Practice Fellowship (US & UK)

The Arts and Social Practice Fellowship is a reciprocal exchange program with our US partners offering fellowship grants to socially-engaged artists in the US and UK. Fellows are offered residencies of 2-3 weeks with host organizations in the US and...

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6 Apr 2016

A Night Without a Blanket 

  two Stories by Ghassan Kanafani The Slope and A Present for the Holiday performed by Margo Lee Sherman directed by Juanita Lara Theater for the New City 155 First Avenue @10th St. 212-254-1109 Thursdays - Sundays April 7 - 24, 2016 Thurs. – Sat. at...

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6 Apr 2016

White Rabbit Red Rabbit

by Nassim Soleimanpour ‘I was born on Azar 19th, 1360 in Tehran. That’s Tehran, December 10th, 1981 in Christian years ... ’ Imagine being 29 and forbidden to leave your country. Nassim Soleimanpour dissects the experience of a whole generation...

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