Trans Europe Halles (TEH) is a grass-roots network of 135 cultural organizations from 39 European countries.

TEH is in solidarity with Ukraine and would like to express our support to our members, partners, peers and friends in the country.

We are deeply troubled by the news from Ukraine and are concerned for the well-being and safety of the staff of our member centres there: IZOLYATSIA, ReZavod, Jam Factory Art Center and Dnipro Center for Contemporary Culture. We condemn Putin’s regime for bringing despair, tragedy and pain to a peaceful nation. At TEH we believe that Ukraine is an independent country with its own cultural heritage, language, mentality, history and territory. Nothing can justify Russian occupation and aggression against this nation.

It pains us to see our Ukrainian colleagues forced to flee with their families, abandon their work and homes, being scared for the well-being of their loved ones and having to leave their peaceful lives to join the army. This cannot be happening and we urge the wider European community, our colleagues, partners and peers to SPEAK UP, PROTEST and DEMAND their local MPs to take action!

We, as a community of grass-roots cultural and creative professionals, do not justify violence of any form and see human life as the greatest value. We cannot stand aside while our colleagues in Ukraine are being thrown out of their homes and have to fight for their lives. That is why we commit to come with an action plan to support our peers in need and help them go through this crisis.

What can you do now?

We are starting to look into possible resources and opportunities within our network. For the time being, we have made a list of suggestions that can be done now to support Ukraine.


1. Donate money to humanitarian organisations/ initiatives 

We prepared a list of initiatives and funds where you can donate money to support Ukrainian civilian society. If you know of any other relatable campaigns, please let us know at events@teh.net:

  1. https://www.gofundme.com/f/kyivindependent-launch – an independent media from Ukrain covering the events needs financial support to continue working
  2. https://redcross.org.ua/donateRed Cross Office in Ukraine / a world-known organisation that does a lot of humanitarian work, from helping refugees to training doctors.
  3. https://novaukraine.org – a non-profit organisation that provides citizens with everything they need in the time of crisis, from baby food and hygiene products to clothing and household items.
  4. https://vostok-sos.org/en/ – a non-governmental organisation that provides humantarian, psychological help and shelter for internally displaced persons (IDPs).
  5. https://voices.org.ua/en – a charity organisation that helps children to recover from psychological traumas of war.
  6. https://www.care.org – a global charity organisation that supports most vulnerable groups. They have launched a campaign for Ukraine.

2. TEH Solidarity Fund

TEH has launched now its own TEH Solidarity Fund. We will use this fund to collect money to help our members and their families in need. We will share what the money is being used to with the network on regular basis and make sure there is full transparency about it.

You can donate to our fund if you want to support our members-in-need and the effort we are doing to show solidarity with artist under threat.

Call For Proposals – La MaMa Residency

C.U.R.A – Centro Umbro Residenze Artistiche
New Performance Development Incubator

Applications now OPEN! DEADLINE: MARCH 8, 2019
An intensive residential retreat for young theatre and dance creators, designed to give time and support to projects that are still in their initial phase of conception and development.
Next Generation is a special program open to individual artists, companies and informal groups during which the artists will have the opportunity to begin experimenting with ideas for new performances (theatre, dance, performance, etc.) The artists will have the opportunity to work individually or in groups on their own projects, while immersed in the natural inspiring environment of the Umbria Region.
This project will involve 3 different spaces of the Centre of Artistic Residency C.U.R.A.

  • –  La MaMa Umbria International in Spoleto 
  • –  Spazio ZUT in Foligno 
    This Program is meant as an incubator for new performance projects in an embryonic stage and will not be open to projects that are already in an advanced phase of development, which require a more production oriented residency. Its purpose is to discover new talents and nurture the emergence of promising new performative ideas. Some of the artists may be invited to apply for a further residency period inside C.U.R.A. in order to advance the development of a project.
    The artists will have the opportunity to work in the 3 different spaces of C.U.R.A. for a total of 15 days. During the periods of residence, exchanges and dialogue between artists/companies will be facilitated. There will be moments where all the artists will have the opportunity to live and work together C.U.R.A will organized a final moment during which the artists will be asked to present (choosing the most appropriate
    form) the work elaborated in the days of residence.
    An international group of C.U.R.A. artists and producers will be invited to follow the retreat as mentors, offering an optional series of workshops and activities aimed at stimulating the creative process, and encouraging the exchange and dialogue among the various participants. They may offer assistance to any of the artists present or collaborate on projects that are compatible, if desired.
    Periodically the selected artists will be asked to share their processes with other participants and to provide constructive feedback. At the conclusion of the retreat, the artists will showcase their work (choosing the most appropriate form) for an invited public composed mainly of artists, theatre and dance presenters. 

Next Generation is open to a maximum of 6 single artists and/or companies, however for a
maximum of 18 people/artists total.
The Program is supported by the The Ministry of Cultural and the Umbria Region, thus it will be free of charge. The residency will be in June 2019 (proposed dates 11-24 June 2019.)
Participants will be responsible to cover the costs of their own travel.
C.U.R.A. will give access to all the spaces, facilities and equipment. Food and lodging will be offered by each centre C.U.R.A and will vary depending upon the residency location. Lodging will be like an apartment (no single rooms).
Participants will have the opportunity to interact with professional mentors about specific needs and requirements.
The program will be conducted mainly in English.
The program is open to a maximum of 18 people. A selection will therefore be made between applications received by 8 Mach 2019.
All selected participants will receive communication by 22 March 2019
Interested candidates must submit the Application Form, and the following:

  • description of the project idea to explore during the residency; 
  • motivational letter expressing how this opportunity will serve the artistic development of
    the project; 
  • name, biography and role of each participant; 
  • online samples (video, audio, images, reviews, etc.) of past work of the candidates; 
  • technical requirements and other special needs.
    After receiving the applications, the selection committee might require an interview with the applicants, to take place in-person when possible or through Skype. From all the applications received, only the ones that are considered most in accordance with the goals of the residency will be invited to take part in the Program.
    La MaMa Umbria
    Spoleto: http://www.lamamaumbria.org/?page_id=33
    ZUT Foligno: http://spaziozut.tumblr.com/residenzeartistiche CAOS-INDISCIPLINARTE Terni: http://www.indisciplinarte.it http://caos.museum
    The application must be sent by email to: nextgeneration.cura@gmail.com Deadline: 8 March 2019
    Time of Residency: June 2019 (proposed dates: 11-24 June 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 participate in American Arts Incubator 2020
Access PDF version of request for qualifications
American Arts Incubator (AAI) is a creative exchange program that utilizes community-driven digital and new media art projects to instigate dialogue, build communities, bolster local economies, and further social innovation. Each incubator addresses a relevant social or environmental challenge such as economic equity, youth empowerment, gender equality, and environmental health.
American Arts Incubator is an initiative of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs developed in partnership with ZERO1.
The countries selected for AAI 2020 will be announced in early 2019 before finalists are invited to submit a full application. For more information about the program, visit www.americanartsincubator.org.
Deadline and Fees
Sunday, January 13, 2019, 11:59 PM Pacific Standard Time.
International Culture Lab is calling for proposals from performance artists, actors, musicians, dancers, performers from the variety arts, and beyond… to present an original performance between 5 and 15 minutes in length.

For questions, please contact us at info@intlculturelab.org
Deadline: Sunday February 3, 2019
What’s happening: The conference, Creative Encounters: Reimagining Residencies, will be hosted by Kyoto City and Kyoto Art Center in cooperation with the Agency of Cultural Affairs from February 6-8, 2019.
This 3-day meeting will address the evolution of arts residency models and rapid expansion of the field. We will compare traditional ‘time and space’ models with new residency typologies that reflect our changing social economy. Nomadic, start-up, virtual and Airbnb residencies will all be explored. The meeting will pose questions about the progression of the field using examples in Japan and internationally. How can we evaluate these new models? How can artists residencies remain socially engaged and respond to artists’ needs? How are these innovative new models funded?
Registration closes January 11.
Secure your spot and sign up for the meeting now!
Music Theatre NOW Meeting, will be held in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) as part of the international festival Operadagen May 18th-20th 2019:
Trans Europe Halles

  • TEH Conference 87 ”pARTicipation through cultural reflexions”: 16-19 May 2019, Dresden Germany. Find out more.
  • TEH Balkan Hub Meeting: 7-9 March 2019, Timisoara Romania. We are having a meeting to keep working on regional cooperation. Read all about it.
  • Creative Lenses Final Conference: ”Culture and Business Models in Challenging Times”: 24-25 April 2019, Helsinki, Finland.
    More info here.
  • 14 Workshops on Business Models for Arts and Cultural Professionals: March 2019, All across Europe. Find the locations and dates near you.

This issue of Words without Borders, features International Humor, Translating the Tao, and Contemporary Oulipian Writing
Women in the Arts and Media Coalition
Project Submissions
Script Submissions
Other Resources
 Check out the Funding Resources pages!

TWB Digest

Call for Articles and EssaysTheatre in an Aging WorldEditors: Manabu Noda and Yun Cheol KimAccording to the UN, population aged 60 or over is growing faster than all younger age groups. The extremely rapid aging around the world requires us to adopt new perspectives at our political, social, cultural, and artistic life.
To home in on this urgent issue, Critical Stages/Scènes critiques invites essays for its upcoming special issue focusing on the problematics and challenges of Theatre in an Aging World, as well as theatre reviews concerning stage productions on, of, for or by the elderly. We are also interested in papers on theatre in the aging world with a demographical, sociological, or psychological perspective.
Length: Maximum 3,000 words
Language: English or French
Deadline: September 1, 2019
Publication Date: Dec. 2019
Submission guidelines
The African Dream
Selected among 287 other projects.
It is now the turn of the web-users to vote in order to sort out the 3 projects which will integrate our network in 2017 to develop themselves internationally. VOTES ARE OPEN FROM OCTOBER 20, UNTIL NOVEMBER 20, 2018.
– Discover: Click on the link of each artistic projects,
– Vote: Click on the “mail” icon to support your favorite project: 1 email address = 1 vote,
– Share: Inform the Internet users of the finalists!  Share the projects on your networks, by email…
International Community of Arts Festival
From 25 through 29 March 2020 the next International Community Arts Festival will be held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The theme of ICAF-8 is ‘vision’.
This time we were inspired by the number 20/20 and its association with sharpness of eyesight, but also with a vision for the future of community arts and change of perspective. CONTACT US!
So if you have ideas, tips, or concrete proposals (preferably with audiovisual documentation and contextual information), please do not hesitate to contact us at info@icafrotterdam.com.
We would like to receive your suggestions as soon as possible,
but no later than 30 November 2018.
On the Move
cultural mobility funding guide for Latin America and the Caribbean region
SOYA – Mobility Guide Asia-Europe #1
networks in Asia in the field of performing arts 
UNESCO > Global Survey on Status of the Artist 
Online course for cultural managers 
 Directors Lab Mediterraneanis an initiative of a group of alumnae of the Lincoln Centre Directors Lab, aiming at creating a space of skills-sharing and exchange among international directors, in the Mediterranean region. Endorsed by the founder of Lincoln Center Theatre Directors LabAnne Cattaneo, Directors Lab Mediterranean will be launched in July 2019 at the American University of Beirut, hosted by the Theater Initiative and the Department of Fine Arts and Art History. The Lab aims to rotate around the Mediterranean cities in the future years. Applications to the Lab are now open until December 3rd, 2018. Read the Press Release.
Apply to DLM 2019
The Aftermath Project
The Aftermath Project will resume granting in 2019, and that thanks to a generous donor, they are increasing the grant to $25,000.
The application will be online October 1st, and applications will be due by Nov 30th, at midnight PST.
 Questions about the grant and application process should be sent to aftermathprojectinfo@gmail.com
Women in the Arts and Media Coalition 
Words without Borders: Writing from Mongoliaand Vietnam

Digest #350

Translation Projects
Translation Projects enable recipients to translate work from other languages into English. Non-matching grants are for $12,500 or $25,000, depending upon the artistic excellence and merit of the project.
Deadline: August 2018
Application Fee: Free
Eligibility: Through fellowships to published translators, the National Endowment for the Arts supports projects for the translation of specific works of prose, poetry, or drama from other languages into English.
Address: N/A
Contact: LitFellowships@arts.gov
Application Information

Kenya’s ‘Tinga Tinga Tales’ the Musical Heads to Broadway, New York!

New Works of Merit Playwriting Contest is accepting scripts
through July 31, 2018 (Email Submission Date)
For Submitting Guidelines and Application Form go to:
$300 + a professional reading and Q&A valued at $1,000.

Call for Papers
Sept. 27th & 28th, 2018
Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, GC CUNY
The PH.D. Program in Theatre at The Graduate Center &
The Theatre Initiative at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon
@ GC CUNY, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York
Submission open for July 16th– 2018
Arabic Dramaturgies and Contemporary Theatre in the Arab World – September 27th & 28th, 2018
Contemporary theatre and performance in the Arabic world is a diverse and contested set of practices that are unfolding in a fast-changing political and culturally complex region.  In this situation, the performing arts are under pressure to independently produce new work, uphold traditions— and simultaneously to speak about contemporary lives, nationalism, class, race, religion, gender and new forms of theatre. In this symposium, we ask how theatre can continue to grow, develop artistically and continue to be a voice in the future of the Arabic world.  How can the theatre in the region thrive?
Submission deadline: July 23, 2018
Acceptance Notification: Within 10-15 days from the date of submission
For more information and submission, please mail to:

Newsletters & News
On the Move
Peace One Day
Words without Borders
The Magdalena Project
Women in the Arts and Media coalition 
The European Parliament unveils KEA Study on the Future of Creative Europe
Center Stage Cultural Diplomacy Exchange Brings Egypt and Ukraine to America

TWB Digest #347

We did nothing wrong.
SAM.A jury just said your behavior was unbecoming of a Marine. What does that mean?
DAWSON.You’re are the lawyer.
SAM.You’re the marine.
A Few Good Men Aaron Sorkin

International Community Arts Festival

Pre-registration of the ICAF Summer School is now open! Hereyou can read our reasons why. Before you pre-register you can read the full programme in EnglishSpanishor Catalan and check out the curriculum, the three modules, and selection criteria for each module and indicate which one you wish to attend. You can pre-register by filling in this form and uploading your CV and letter of motivation. The deadline for the pre-registration is May 18th. Together with our facilitators we will select a group of 60 participants. By June 5th we will let everyone know whether they are selected. (Please note that since space is limited for each of the three modules, we ask you to indicate a first and second preference).
We look forward to receiving your application and hopefully seeing you in Barcelona in July!


Ettijahat Launches the fifth edition of the Laboratory of Arts programme and raises the grant value
Ettijahat launched the fifth edition of the Laboratory of Arts programme. The program will return to its usual course after a special edition in 2017 under the fifth anniversary of Ettijahat. It will cover the usual artistic and literary categories: Animation, Theater, Dance and Performing Arts, Creative Writing, Visual Arts (including Plastic Arts, Installation, Visual and Graphic Design Projects), and Music.
In this edition the grant value has been raised, reaching 10.000 $ for the categories of theater and cinema, and 6000 $ for the rest of categories.
The Laboratory of Arts is a program for supporting Syrian artists. It is aimed at Syrian artists and cultural entities, providing them with the support they need to carry out their creative practices and be responsive to the new places they work in. The program enhances forms of artistic expression to provide opportunities for independent creators to present their artistic works.
The deadline for submitting applications is 30th June 2018.
The application form and the FAQ’s are available by clicking here.


14th International Festival of Making Theater 
Theater of Changes invites, actors, directors, drama/acting school students, dancers, choreographers, singers, acting, voice and movement teachers and finally all those with a vivid interest in performing arts to attend the workshops of the 14th International Festival of Making Theater (In.F.o.Ma.T.), which will be held July 2nd – 7th 2018 at the Theater of Changes, 19a, Tritis Septemvriou str, 104 32, Athens, Greece.
Early registration (till May 31st 2018)
140 Euros.
120 Euros for ToC students.
80 Euros for acting schools student groups(5+) and for previous In.F.o.Ma.T’s participants.
40 Euros for auditors (for those who wish to attend the workshops without participating)
Form more information on the festival see the link below
For more information on the program see the link below

Imkan workshop for cultural leaders in the Arab region
Imkan workshop is still receiving applications for the Imkan training workshop for cultural leaders in the Arab region till Friday, 1 June 2018, at 5:00 p.m. Beirut time. The workshop will take place from 2 till 9 September 2018 in Beirut.

TWB Digest #346


Want a fan? Compliments of Maley’s Funeral Home—thirty-five cents!
I’d die first.
Inherit the Wind by Jereome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee

Call for proposal for Mobility First! ASEF Cultural Mobility Initiative is now open! Don’t miss the first deadline by end of May.
To commemorate its 20th anniversary in 2017, the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) builds upon its support to cultural mobility over the past 2 decades by launching Mobility First! – ASEF Cultural Mobility Initiative, a new fund that supports the movement of Asian and European artists and cultural professionals in Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) partner countries.

Introducing the new website http://engagementarts.be/
This website is an initiative to tackle sexism and misuse of power in the Belgian arts scene by informing procedures against and in the event of sexism or discrimination. It asks people to “engage” by firstly signing a statement to end violence, harassment and inappropriate behaviour in our schools, studios and institutions.
Please visit the website, consider contributing with your signature and pass on this information to whomever you see fit
Thank you.
Gala and the Engagement team

Helping Foreign Artists Cut Through the Red Tape, Pro Bono

Matthew Covey’s work as an immigration fixer has assumed greater urgency in the Trump era.
Adversity can inspire great art, but it can also be a time suck. For more than twenty years, Matthew Covey has been helping musicians and other artists deal with government paperwork. He’s an immigration fixer; his firm, CoveyLaw, handles some twenty-five hundred visas every year, in affiliation with Tamizdat, a nonprofit whose mission is to promote cultural exchange. The name is a variant of “samizdat” (“self-published”), the Soviet term for clandestinely distributed dissident literature. “ ‘Tam’ means ‘over there,’ ” Covey explained the other day. “The stuff that’s taken across the border.”  Read more

On the Move
Arterial Network 
TEH 85 Conference 
American Dance Abroad
Women in the Media and Arts Coalition

TWB Digest #345

The Pan-African Creative Exchange (PACE) is a new arts market and performance showcase. If you are based in Africa and are a musician, choreographer, theatre-maker, dancer, writer, playwright or poet, or, have a creative company, this unique opportunity is for you. 
What is PACE?
PACE is a 3-day biannual business to business arts market and showcase, developed in partnership with the Vrystaat Arts Festival, for African artists to network and share work with national and international arts presenters and producers.
PACE aims to:

  • raise international awareness of African artists and their work
  • increase national and international arts networks
  • increase business opportunities for African artists to take their work to high profile international arts events
  • Support opportunities for critical debate on existing and new art

Where is it
University of Free State Campus, Bloemfontein, South Africa.
1. Do you have a performance that is nearly finished?  APPLY HERE
2. Is your work ready to tour? APPLY HERE
3. Do you have a big creative idea that needs a partner? Then join us for Pitch sessions. APPLY HERE
Learn more by visiting their website 

Silent Voices Uganda:
Call for Theatre Creative Directors from Across Africa.
APPLY NOW. For more click HERE 



Cultural policy designers unite in new European network
Independent cultural policy designers, known in the field for their policy work across Europe and beyond, have launched a new network.
The eight founders of the Cultural Policy Designers Network (CPDN) have joined forces to provide alternative and independent partnerships that draw on international expertise for advice, strategic planning and project implementation in the arts, culture and the creative economy.
Find out more here

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 “LOOK WHAT SHE DID.” https://lookwhatshedid.causevox.com
Roberta talks about a resilient theatre practitioner from Uganda,  the Late Rose Mbowa. Rose Mbowa’s artistry persevered under precarious political circumstances. 

Quote for the week 
“My dream is that The Freedom Theatre will be the major force, cooperating with others in generating cultural resistance, carrying on it’s shoulders universal values of freedom and justice.” Juliano Mer Khamis.
Cultural Resistance Festical of Palestinian Theatre starts this week April 4- 7.

La MaMa Umbria International
Summer, 2018 – Spoleto, Italy
Symposium for Directors: Experiments in Performance Creation
(July 16 – 30, 2018)
Playwright Retreat: Migdalia Cruz
(August 2-12, 2018
This year, we explore cutting-edge experimental theatre that crosses boundaries and intersects with other disciplines. During the 2-week session, you will engage in participatory workshops with all of the following artists.
Semion Aleksanderovskiy (Russia)
This workshop will be devoted to analyze and experience the technology of building relationships between artist and text in the post-dramatic theater. The text loses its status as a subject and turns to be an object. How do we create a character in this circumstances?
Semion Aleksanderovskiy studeied with Lev Dodin at St. Petersburg Theatre Arts Academy, one of the most rooted schools in the tradition of Stanislavsky. His search is also a dispute with the academic school and an attempt to find new ways for development and searching for one’s own system.
Stefanie Batten Bland (USA)
This workshop will explore and increase creativity for makers looking to frame and support alternative productions. This workshop enables action and reaction to learnt and improvised material. Participants will leave with concrete scenic tools and articulate theories to address social and communal issues within work and explore their skills and limits.
Stefanie Batten Bland is a Jerome Robbins Award honoree. Her interdisciplinary creative practice is embedded in human relationships, the communicative choices we make, and how we fit into space and place.
The Talking Band (USA)
In this workshop, Artistic Director Paul Zimet and Founding Member Ellen Maddow will share exercises and techniques -integrating text, image, music, and movement- that Talking Band has developed for creating its distinctive form of music-theater.  The goal is to discover ways to illuminate the extraordinary dimensions of ordinary life, and to find theatrical frames that enable our audiences to see them anew.
Talking Band: Art functions to break our habitual ways of experiencing and perceiving. Talking Band’s original interdisciplinary performance work has been a cornerstone of New York City’s avant-garde theater community for 44 years.
Krzysztof Garbaczewski (Poland)
In our workshop we we will engage in a process of how to work with actors when developing productions that incorporate Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR). We will discuss our process in a context of political and ecological paradigms present in the critical writings of Jerzy Grotowski.
Krzysztof Garbaczewski is a Polish theatre director and set designer known for his elaborate sets and innovative adaptations that cross the boundaries between theatre, film, dance, visual arts, and music. His upcoming project will be presented at The Wooster Group in New York City.
MIGDALIA CRUZ is a Bronx-born, award-winning playwright, lyricist, translator, and librettist of more than 60 works including: Miriam’s FlowersEl Grito Del BronxSaltFrida, Satyricoño,  & FUR, produced in venues—across the U.S. and abroad—including INTAR, Latino Chicago, BAM, Mabou Mines, National Theater of Greece, Houston Grand Opera, & Ateneo Puertorriqueño, An alumna of New Dramatists, she was named the 2013 Helen Merrill Distinguished Playwright, and was awarded a 2016 NYFA grant.  Current commissions: OSF’s PlayON! & Princeton University. In June 2018, Migdalia will teach her third Fornés Playwriting Workshop at University of Notre Dame (Chicago campus).

The Magdalena Project
Read the 5 short pieces about culture and Theatre by Culture 360. ASEF
Funding Arts and Sustainability 
Public Art in Urban Spaces
Culture and Migrations
Cities and Cultures

Kampala Public Art Festival (call for applications)
International Community Arts Festival(Look out for a detailed call for applications.)

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 of BAHRAIN 1-11 sep 2018. All submitted projects must have received a showcase by March, 2018.  To register 
for more information:
Arcola Theatre Call for Submissions: Arcola Theatre wants to discover and share how queer lives are depicted and lived – and how queer stories are told – in theatre around the world.  If you have a play that you would like to share a play  please send it to  nick@arcolatheatre.com by December 25th 2017, along with a short synopsis and a 100 words stating why the play would be a great fit for this mini-festival.
TEH Network: Startup Support Programme. Boosting Non-governmental Cultural centers in their startup development. CALL FOR APPLICATIONS OPEN UNTIL 28 JANUARY 2018 | APPLY NOW! 
Performing the World. APPLY NOW. Deadline February 18, 2018.  Application form The tenth Performing the World (PTW) conference will be held in New York City, Friday, September 21 through Sunday, September 23, 2018.
On the Contemporary Performance Network website you can find numerous performance, grants, residencies opportunities around the world. Also, they’ll post your event, call for submission et cetera to their blog. Here’s the online form for you to fill out.
Al Kamandjâti non-profit organization has the pleasure to invite you to celebrate spring and join a very special musical and spiritual journey in Palestine travelling through cities and villages. info@diwanvoyage.net / Website: www.diwanvoyage.net/
In print: Forward, the second play of the Arctic Cycle, is now available in printForward presents a poetic and humorous history of Norway, from the initial passion that drove explorer Fridtjof Nansen to the North Pole to our present-day anxiety over the rapidly changing climate. Woven through this history is the passionate love affair between Nansen and the character Ice. A blend of theatre, opera, and electropop music, the play progresses backwards from 2013 to 1893 and zeroes in on 40+ characters whose choices have unintended consequences that ripple through the generations.
Forward was developed over the last four years, both in the U.S. and in Norway.
The Trojan Women Project
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