Directors Iman Aoun (ASHTAR Theatre, Palestine) and Shauna Kanter (VOICETheatre, NYC) will create with them a performance of these texts in all their different languages.
A public performance is hosted by La MaMa E.T.C on Sunday 28th at 8PM in The Club.
Two performances will take place in the United Nations for the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, November 29th at 12:30PM in Conference Hall 2 right after the Special Meeting, and in the evening at 6.30PM in the public lobby around the opening exhibition of UNRWA, Summer Games in Gaza.
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The Delta Ensemble's European Project is looking for partnersThe Delta Ensemble's European Project is looking both for cultural organisations and for performers and creative artists, in order to form an international artistic team that would be able to appropriate and to increase the Delta Ensemble's creative know-how and make up a network of operators – co-organisers and associated partners – that would like to build together with the EU this project of cultural cooperation.
Moving Arts: managing the carbon impacts of our touring by Julie´s BicycleMoving Arts asseses the carbon impacts of Bands, Orchestras and Theatres touring the UK and internationally. The research, in three volumes, is led by a detailed set of recommendations and a new online tool for measuring carbon emissions before and after a tour. The author is Julie’s Bicycle, a broad coalition of music, theatre and scientific experts committed to delivering a concerted response to climate change.Artists Mov
ing & Learning national reportsThe “Artists Moving & learning” two year research project analysed the impact of mobility of artists in Europe from an educational and lifelong learning perspective. The first outcomes have been published: ten national monographs with interviews of artists from the performing and visual arts in 10 EU member states.
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Emergency Playback Theatre Europa
A training seminar taught by Jonathan Fox in Máriahalom, Hungary from
September 14-17, 2007
When disaster strikes, people desperately need a forum to share their
stories, and playback theatre can be a wonderful resource. The purpose of
this workshop is to acquire tools for delivering playback theatre to
communities suffering from a natural or civil emergency.
It will help you know what needs to be done practically, ethically, and
artistically to fulfill playback theatre’s potential to serve a people in
crisis. Jonathan’s teaching will be informed by learning from the recent
Playback Theatre Katrina Relief Project in New Orleans.
For more information, email the Centre for Playback Theatre: email@example.com or visit web site: www.playbackcentre.org.
Jonathan Fox, Director
Centre for Playback Theatre
School of Playback Theatre
PO Box 714, New Paltz, NY 12561 USA
Tel: 1845 255-8163 Fax:1845 255-1281 www.playbackcentre.org