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The Grand ITI 70th Anniversary Celebration
We hope everything is going fine with you, and we hope you have received the invitation letters or/and hotel confirmation for the Grand ITI 70th Anniversary Celebration in Hainan which we sent to you last month (IF YOU HAVEN’T, PLEASE CONTACT US IMMEDIATLEY: info(at)iti-worldwide.org)
“Since the date of the event is approaching, please start with your visa process as soon as possible. You cannot do your visa on arrival or before your departure at the airport. You need to do it beforehand in your country. According to the previous experiences of the visa application for the international guests, guests who apply for the visa in different embassies/consulates/visa centres may be required for different documents. If you are asked to provide additional documents not provided by ITI (e.g. special visa letter from local authority, etc.), please inform us right away and we will try our best to help.
Also, we are now working on airport pickup and drop off arrangements: it would be appreciated if you can share with us your confirmed flight information (including the terminals), so we can make the arrangements accordingly. Please send us the info before 25 October 2018. After that, we will not be able to arrange it anymore.
Call for videos / pictures of the 70th Anniversary Celebrations
In order to publicise the anniversary of ITI and showcase the fine work its members do, we are hoping to make a commemorative video. One special facet of the video will be a summary of the events the ITI Centres and Members organized this year as part of the 70th Anniversary, as we feel it would bring the video to life. For that, we simply ask the Centres and Members to send us a video - no more than 25-30 seconds long – or pictures about their activities for the 70th Anniversary of the International Theatre Institute.
53th Maribor Theatre Festival
Brimming with challenge and the poetics of the senses, the oldest and the most prominent theatre festival in Slovenia has always been the scene of exciting arguments, new insights and unexpected reversals. The festival consists of several thematic programs, including Slovenian theatre performances in competition program and international program. Prizes are given for best artistic achievements, the most prestigious prize is the Borštnik Ring, awarded by a special jury to a deserving Slovenian actor for his/her life’s work. The festival has recently evolved into an international event: international symposia, and foreign guests, producers and performances are obvious signs that it is confronting European and global theater scene.
This year, in its 53th edition, festival brings 10 slovenian performances in competition programme, all part of slovenian showcase and surtitled to English for international audiences, further 11 performances in accompanying programme, among them two performances by italian theatre poet Pippo Delbono Company, including his last one - La Gioia. Among many other events for audiences and theatre professionals festival will host special event, dedicated to 70th ITI Worldwide Anniversary The Challenges of Artistic Freedom.
Festival welcomes artistic directors, festival curators, theatre critics and journalists and theatre professionals to Maribor: from 15th to 28th october 2018, with showcase starting on 20th october 2018. Additional informations: https://www.borstnikovo.si/en/news, contact for showcase guests: mojca.kolar(at)borstnikovo.si
Call for Articles for the World of Theatre
We are happy to announce that the next edition of The World of Theatre (English version) will be brought out in May 2019. The World of Theatre reflects the collective effort of all the ITI Centres worldwide. For the 14th time we will offer such an essential item of information and promotion for ITI. We hope that, with active participation on the part of your centre, it will be the broadest possible survey of contemporary world theatre. ITI Centres are requested to nominate their contributors for the new edition as soon as possible, so that they can commence to collect materials on the theatre seasons 2015-2016, 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 which will be covered in the new volume. If it is not possible to cover three seasons, you are welcome to write on two seasons, preferably the last two. >>The requirements for the book are summarized here. Please make sure to >>read the editorial guidelines here.
Final articles must be delivered by 15 December 2018 to Ramendu Majumdar and Alfira Arslanova at: ramendu(at)expressionsltd.com and alfira.arslanova(at)gmail.com
Call for submission of proposals by theatre groups or individuals for the 2019 International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama
The Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education and Culture, the Cyprus Centre of ITI and the Cyprus Tourism Organization, announce the opening of the submission of proposals by Cypriot theatre groups or individuals and theatre groups, or individuals not residing in Cyprus, for participating in the 23rd edition of the “International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama”, which will be held during July 2019 (from the 1 to 31 July), in Cyprus. The aim of the Festival is to present performances of ancient Greek drama which project the specific nature of ancient drama, based on the original text of the tragedians and comedians of Greek antiquity. The performances are presented in open-air amphitheatres, such as the Ancient Odeon in Paphos, the Curium Ancient Theatre in Limassol and the “Skali” Amphitheatre in Aglantzia, Nicosia. The theatre groups or individuals expressing interest in submitting a proposal for participating in the “2019 International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama”, should submit their proposal using the form, which is available at the Festival’s website: www.greekdramafest.com. The deadline is 10 December 2018. >>To read the full call please click here.
Anatoli Vassiliev has been honored with the first Yuri Lyubimov International Theatre Award
The Yuri Lyubimov International Theatre Award has been established in 2017 by ITI and the Lyubimov Foundation. The yearly bestowed award should go an exceptional theatre personality that is constantly enriching the performing arts with performances or educational initiatives. It has been created to remind what Yuri Lyubimov encountered in his life and what he achieved despite having to face big troubles at his time. Consequentially, the award should be given to a person who is doing her or his job despite having be hindered to work as he or she intends to do.
Anatoli Vassiliev, World Theatre Ambassador and World Theatre Day message author 2015, was chosen to be the first recipient of the Award “for his excellence in the theatrical arts as a master for the stage and in education, for his integrity, his courage and his perseverance through troubled waters”.
The Award was given to him at a Celebration in Moscow, on 2 October 2018.
>>To read the speech given by the DG of ITI during the event please click here. To >>read the words given by Anatoli Vassiliev please click here.
New Centre
We are happy to welcome a new Centre into the ITI family – it is a probably a surprise to many ITI members. After the disappearance of French Centre in 2000 and many attempts to reopen a Centre in France. So finally, we owe our thanks to the initiative of Jean-Charles Birotheau and Joël-Maxime Ghienne, the President and General Secretary of the newly established French Centre, which was approved by the Executive Council at the last session.
The French Centre of ITI is committed to developing the performing arts in France and abroad. Its main objective is to encourage international exchanges in the field of knowledge and practices in theatrical expression and dance. >>For more information please click here.
2018 Conference and Second General Assembly of the ITI/UNESCO Network for Higher Education in Performing Arts in Shanghai, China
In a bid to build the Network further, by including a wider group of universities from a greater number of countries, ITI is building a Network Task Force, which will oversee several new initiatives designed to keep the Network active and attract new applicant universities. These initiatives include a Mapping Project, a Newsletter, a Magazine, a Second-Student Festival, and much else besides. Furthermore, together with Shanghai Theatre Academy, the Network is now planning a 2018 Second General Assembly Meeting, with a Prologue and Conference in October 2018 in Shanghai, to which existing, new and potential members will be invited to attend. The Prologue is to take place from the 17-19 October 2018. The main part of the Event will take place from 20-22 October 2018, including its Conference on the theme of Higher Education in the Performing Arts in a Global Context, along with statutory meetings. >>To see the program please click here.
World Theatre Training Institute AKT-ZENT/ITI
The World Theatre Training Institute AKT-ZENT/ITI is glad to introduce >>their new website. It presents both ideas for the future and information about their past. Alongside all their programmes and offers, the IDEA CENTRE will be continuously developed, so that it is always worth visiting. You can also take a look at the >>website’s Book Shop: here you will find all teaching handbooks by Jurij Alschitz available as paperback editions, and some as E-Books. Please order them directly, as it is always the most advantageous and quick way for you to get a hold of them. The main autumn event will be the International Festival for Theatre Training Methods - VIII METHODIKA from 27 November to 2 December 2018 in Berlin. The festival is organized by WTTI’s team of teachers for the very first time and invokes Resonance with the School of Dr. Jurij Alschitz. Festival direction: Christine Schmalor. With this festival they are celebrating an anniversary: 20 years of creative work in AKT-ZENT’s studio in Berlin.
World Theatre Training Institute AKT-ZENT/ITI
You have also the chance to apply for participation in the experimental programme of “Quantum Pedagogy – Althattheatre” that will happen from 23 April to 14 Mai 2019 in Sestola, Italy. Dr. Jurij Alschitz has developed a project of artistic self-education, which follows the idea of a holistic Theatre. Together with his European Team of Teachers, he will open new paths to discover your identity as a unique artist – a unique particle of the Theatre as a Whole. >>For more information, please click here.
9th National Dance Competition with the celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the Argentinian Council of Dance
The Argentine Dance Council, Cooperating Member of ITI, is happy to share with you the celebration of its 40th anniversary that happen on 3 September. The 9th National Dance Competition “Consejo Argentino de la Danza Paloma Herrera Award” began with a preselection of 300 applicants in different regions of Argentina by a jury appointed and sent by the CAD (in March). Then, the 1st round through videos also selected by another jury (in July). The 2nd and 3rd round live presentation in Buenos Aires city (in September). The total number of participants was 33 (19 classical dance and 13 in contemporary dance). The Honorary Jury was chaired by Mistress Paloma Herrera Colón Theatre Ballet Director, Mistress Susan Jones from the ABT New York, Andrea Chinetti Director San Martín Theatre, Norma Binaghi San Martín Contemporary Workshop. >>To see the picture please click here.
Theatre Record 2019
For nearly forty years, Theatre Record has chronicled the British stage through its ongoing cumulation of the reviews of the leading national critics. Published fortnightly, it has established itself as the essential reference for anyone wanting in-depth information on UK productions and their makers, from the West End to the Fringe and beyond to regional theatres all over the country. It is read worldwide and treasured by researchers and students, actors and agents, producers and directors, theatregoers and enthusiasts, not least by the critics themselves. Having offered a digital subscription for the first time in 2018, the Record will be going fully digital in 2019. This does not mean an end to printed versions, but it does mean that all subscribers will in future be able to enjoy many more features of the new-style journal at no extra cost. >>For more info please click here.
ITI Inter-Europe Artist Exchange Programme
The Committee for Emerging Artists (ITI NEAP) have been busy over the last few months working on projects all over the world. One of these has been the inaugural ITI Inter-Europe Artist Exchange Programme. After ITI Centres agreed to participate in the project, they were paired together in January via a draw and have since been working together to arrange to send emerging artists to their partnering countries for a short artistic residency. The aim is to give emerging artists the opportunity to create original work in a different cultural landscape from that which they're used to, and to give Centres around Europe the opportunity to strengthen ties and work together on a continent-wide project. The pairings are United Kingdom-Greece, Macedonia FYROM-Italy-Russia, and Switzerland-Slovenia. The dates of the exchanges can be found in the image below. So far, the artists selected to represent each country are as follows: United Kingdom: Adam Wheeler; Macedonia FYROM: Gorjan Milosevski; Slovenia: Dorian Silec and Switzerland: Stefanie Bölzli & Robert Diaz.
For more updates on ITI NEAP's activities and to read interviews with each of the selected artists, please like their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/NEAPofITI/ or for more information about the project, please email the project coordinator Fin Ross Russell at fin(at)islandlifeproductions.com
Open Call for theatre schools and Boal's technique Artists for the 13rd edition of Meeting of Theatre Schools - Ret Colombia
The 13th edition of Meeting of Theatre Schools - Ret Colombia will be held from 16 to 19 October in Bogota, Colombia. This year´s subject is: The actor as a producer of himself. There will be an academic part, including Forums and discussions about social condition of artist, their training and education, the laws that affect the profession, management and futures challenges for actors as well as a discussion board. This event will also include a practical part, consisting of scenic exercises related to the topic of the day, that will happen each afternoon, guided by an expert in Boal's technique. The workshops groups will be composed of a maximum of 20 students from different institutions. Each exercise will last a maximum of 10 minutes. >>For more information, please check the call here or write to retcolombiaoficial(at)gmail.com.
Announcing the dates for the IAPAR International Theatre Festival 2018
The IAPAR International Theatre Festival 2018 will happen from 11 to 18 November 2018. It will feature performances from across the globe, master-classes, as well as formal and informal interactions between artists from India & abroad. This festival is a step towards a sustained effort in curating a festival with a purpose of bringing innovative performances in which ‘Actors’ are at the centre. The focus of the festival would hence revolve around the ‘Actor’ taking centre stage.
International Dance Day 2018
The 2018 International Dance Day Ceremony was held in the Grand Theatre of Alicia Alonso in Havana, Cuba, on 29 April. It is the first time that the main ceremony of IDD has been held in Cuba, a land full of dance spirit. The Ceremony was co-organized by the Cuban Centre of International Theatre Institute ITI, Consejo Nacional de las Artes Escenicas of Cuba, and the General Secretariat of ITI. During the Ceremony the five message authors of 2018 IDD were all present and read their messages on-stage. The ITI World Dance Ambassador Alicia Alonso was also present at the Ceremony; her message for the 2018 IDD event was delivered by Dani Hernandez, dancer of the Ballet Nacional de Cuba. To read the full report of the event please click here. To see pictures from the event please click here.
2018 – The Year of ITI – 70th Anniversary of the International Theatre Institute
Creation of a Special Calendar on the ITI Websites
Please let us know if you are organizing a Celebration event or if you are organizing festivals, conferences, workshops, seminars, a showcase, etc. that are part of ITI´s 70th Anniversary celebrations.
Please send the information well in advance to info(at)iti-worldwide.org so that we can put it on the ITI Website and make the ITI members aware. >>Please click here to see the map.
Vive ITI!
2018 is the year of ITI. Let´s celebrate it, including both artists and audiences, and increase the visibility of ITI.
Anniversary Logo in your language
As mentioned before, the General Secretariat offers the ITI Centres the opportunity to create the logo in their native language(s). If you want the logo, please send an email to info(at)iti-worldwide.org and attach a Word file with the text in your language.
World Theatre Day 2018
The World Theatre Day 2018 Celebration, as part of the 70th ITI Anniversary, took place at the main UNESCO hall in Paris and was a great success, receiving many plaudits from the Parisian and International audience. The 5 Message Authors, being 5 esteemed theatre personalities from the 5 UNESCO regions, offered plenty of food for thought through the reading of their messages on stage. To see the pictures of the event, please click here. To read the event report, please click here.
70th Anniversary of ITI commemoration at The World Theatre Festival Art Carnuntum
Carnuntum was the first city to receive the European Heritage Seal and, under the direction of its founder, Piero Bordin, Art Carnuntum has become a centre of contemporary exploration of the classical cultural heritage of Europe. Ideals, fates and values that have been inspiring people all over the world for more than 2000 years have been performed at this historic site by, among others, the Royal National Theatre London, La MaMa Theater New York, Piccolo Teatro di Milano - Teatro d'Europa, Ruhrfestspiele Recklinghausen, Suzuki Company of Toga, A Taganka Theatre Moscow, Theater National du Luxembourg, Croatian National Theatre Split, The Roma Theatre Pralipe, the Istituto Nazionale del Dramma Antico Rom-Syracuse, and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. In collaboration with Art Carnuntum, Shakespeare’s Globe on Tour returned to the Roman Amphitheatre to perform The Merchant of Venice, The Taming of the Shrew and Twelfth Night from 29 June to 1 July 2018. The performances were dedicated to the principles set out at the founding of the International Theatre Institute, in particular, working towards a society without any barriers, especially for performing artists all over the world, by creating platforms for international exchange. >>For more information please click here to read the full article.
New Centre and Cooperating Member
ITI is proud to welcome among his members, a new Centre as well as a new Cooperating Member:
Madagascar Centre
Association des artistes de théâtre malagasy AATM / Malagasy Artists Theatre Associatioon MATALot S.I.A.E. 17 Bis – Ambondrona 101 Antananarivo
Madagascar
President: Andriambatosoa Rajohnson RAVALOSON
fmtm1(at)yahoo.fr
mbatoravaloson(at)hotmail.com
>>For more information please click here
Cage Compagnie (Cage Cie)
10b rue jeanne d'arc, 94160 SAINT-MANDE
+336 42 74 19 55
Director : Amandine AUDINOT
compagniecage(at)gmail.com
www.cagecompagnie.com
www.facebook.com/CAGECompAGniE/
Call for Candidature for the 36th ITI World Congress in 2020
The Executive Council of ITI and the General Secretariat of ITI is launching an open call to find a host for the 36th ITI World Congress in 2020. Please click here to read the >>call in English, >>here in French, and >>here in Spanish. Please click here to download the document to fill out if you are >>interested to hold the ITI World Congress 2020 in English, >>here in French and >>here in Spanish. Those documents contain the main issues so that a Centre, a Cooperating Member, or a partner which has an interest can evaluate whether the process of applying to host the 36th ITI World Congress should be started. Please get in touch with the Director General of ITI if you think about hosting the next Congress so that your questions can be answered. The deadline to get in touch with the General Secretariat is 30 June. The deadline for the application is 10 September 2018.
World Performing Arts Festival in Vietnam
Unfortunately, the festival cannot be done as planned in 2018 due to different reasons, prime among them finances. As the festival and event calendar for the second half 2018 - The Year of ITI - 70th Anniversary of ITI is quite full, Le Quy Duong is planning to hold such a festival in 2019. As soon as there is news about when and where, there will be information in this newsletter. For further information please get in touch with Le Quy Duong directly.
Swedstage 2018
From 21 to 24 October 2018 Swedstage are welcoming programmers and presenters from around the world to Stockholm. Swedstage is the opportunity to see and experience the very best of Swedish performing arts for children, youth and adults. During three days in Stockholm, attendees will be able to see exclusively selected Swedish performances, and tour the city. This is open to an international audience. You can find a presentation of the performances at www.swedstage.se. The registration fee for Swedstage is 400 Euro. The fee includes three nights of accommodation in Stockholm, breakfast, lunch and dinner and free entrance to all productions and other events. With the support from the Swedish Institute, the possibility of covering the registration fee and travel costs for some participants can be offered. If you wish to apply for this subsidy, please send your name, organization, country and a short personal statement as to why funding is applicable to you (500 words maximum) to info(at)scensverige.se
International Theatre Festivals
The Dramatic Arts Centre of Iran (DAC) is pleased to inform that there are some international activities which are going to take place in Iran (2018-2019):
• The 3th International Street Theatre Festival in Marivan from 1 to 5 September 2018. The deadline for submission is 1 August 2018
• The 25th International Children and Adolescents Theatre Festival on November 2018. The deadline for submission is 30 September 2018.
• The 37th Fadjr International Theatre Festival (for all genres) on February 2019. The deadline for submission is 1 December 2018.

For those three Festivals, the Dramatic Arts Centre of Iran is calling for performances. Please send them the attached application form by the deadline of your interested festival. The selection committee will announce the accepted international performances through the international affairs office of the Dramatic Arts Centre of Iran; You can send your application by email to the Director of International Affairs Office, Dr. Saeed Asadi: dramatic.artcenter.iran(at)gmail.com. >>Please click here to download the application form.
ITI Panels
Panels introducing ITI to the world have been created in English and French. If you want to see them, they are available in low resolution here. If you want to print them, please send an email to info(at)iti-worldwide.org and we will send you the high-resolution version for quality print.
Network for Higher Education in the Performing Arts
The ITI/UNESCO Network for Higher Education in the Performing Arts is a Network that follows the rules and guidelines of UNITWIN, a programme of the Education Sector of UNESCO, intended to twin academia with UNESCO and support UNESCO to reach their goals. The ITI/UNESCO Network is dedicated to working for the education in the performing arts and intends to follow the humanistic, educational and artistic goals of ITI and UNESCO that are formulated in the Charter of the Network. These are the activities and projects that the Network is undertaking or developing: Conferences, Student Festivals, Directory/Mapping Project, Exchange of Students and Educators, Research Projects, Books, Audio & Multimedia Publications, Exhibitions, Intangible Heritage Research & Preservation, Knowledge & Knowhow Transfer, Competitions, Awards and so on. Please get in touch with the Network if your institution is interested in joining by writing to Chen Zhongwen: chen.zhongwen(at)iti-worldwide.org or if you want to subscribe to the Newsletter of the Network by writing to: Tom Johnson: tom.johnson(at)iti-worldwide.org To read the first Newsletter of the Network for Higher Education in the performing art >>in English please click here, >>in French please click here, and >>in Spanish please click here.
Fifth National Theatre Day in Prison
We would like to share a very interesting initiative of Vito Minoia, Board Member of the Italian Centre of ITI and President of the International University Theatre Association IUTA. The Theatre in Prison hit a new record for the fifth national day. Sixteen Italian regions were involved, 102 events and initiatives were promoted outside and inside prisons, with 56 prisons chosen to host the shows, with the participation of 58 universities, educational institutions, Offices of external penal execution, theatres, institutions and so on. Furthermore, thousands of citizens engaged in activities aimed at favouring the social reintegration of ex-prisoners through initiatives that produce a significant lowering of the risk of re-offending.
>>To read the full report please click here.
First NEAP Festival
NEAP Fest is a performing arts' interchange festival with young artists who are members of the Network of Emerging Artists and Professionals' committee of the International Theatre Institute. In sight of the fact that a great part of the world’s population consists of young people aged between 18 and 36 years old, the NEAP committee was created, in 2014, with the purpose of providing a platform for this demographic. From 23 to 27 October, for the first NEAP festival will take place at the Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro – UNIRIO. 18 countries will perform: Algeria, Brazil, Czech Republic & Slovakia, Egypt, Finland & USA, India, Nepal, Nigeria, Philippines, Spain, and finally Sweden. >>For more information please click here.
Open Call for Publications in ITI info
Short guidelines for Publications for ITI-info, dedicated to the 70th anniversary of ITI. The idea is to represent Arabian, African, Asian, European and American wonderful Faces of Theatre. Please, contribute your love and pride, your thoughts and knowledge to the joint non-commercial project. Here on pages of the magazine we meet each other again, but with a lot of necessary information to make new contacts and share new channels of collaboration. >>For more information please check the call here.
New Centre
The new UK Centre of the International Theatre Institute has been appointed by the Executive Council, reconnecting the United Kingdom with ITI after the previous Centre was closed down in 2013. The UK ITI office is at Morecambe Fringe, which is based in the West End area of Morecambe in the North West of England. The new organization plans a growing calendar of activities with partnerships all over the UK and the rest of the world where there are performing arts - and also where there are none. ITI is very excited about this new Centre and we are looking forward to our future collaborations! For more information please visit the UK Centre page on the ITI Website at: www.iti-worldwide.org/unitedkingdom.html
World Theatre Ambassadors
After introducing the first World Theatre Ambassadors during the 32nd ITI World Congress in 2008, in Madrid, and selecting key personalities from theatre all over the world in the past eight years, two new World Theatre Ambassadors were selected and presented during the Congress in Segovia. Paloma Pedrero from Spain and Philip Arnoult from USA. Paloma Pedrero has honoured ITI with their presence at the Award Ceremony. Philip Arnault was represented by William Wadsworth.
World Dance Ambassadors
In order to benefit from the invaluable and enthusiastic support of some of the world’s most highly distinguished figures of dance as well, the Executive Council of ITI has selected the first ever World Dance Ambassadors: Alicia Alonso from Cuba and Cristina Hoyos from Spain. ITI is especially honoured that the legendary dancer and dance educator Alicia Alonso has accepted to be the first World Dance Ambassador. Her presence at the Ceremony during the Congress was definitely one of the highlights of the 35th ITI World Congress in Segovia.
New Partner Organizations
ITI is proud to welcome the following New Partner Organizations: International Music Council (IMC) More information: www.imc-cim.org, European Federation of Professional Circus Schools (FEDEC) More information: www.fedec.eu and World Mime Organization (WMO) More information: www.worldmime.org.
New Honorary Members
At the Award Ceremony after the General Assembly, new ITI Honorary Members have been presented based upon their long-lasting support and commitment to ITI.
Christina BABOU-PAGOURELI, Greece
Emilya CACHAPERO, USA
Ann Mari ENGEL, Sweden
Cecile GUIDOTE ALVAREZ, Philippines
Christoph HAERING, Switzerland
Nicole LECLERCQ, Belgium
György LENGYEL, Hungary
Henrik NEUBAUER, Slovenia
Yoko ODAGIRI, Japan
Marcio SOUZA, Brazil
Abhi SUBHEDI, Nepal
Toolkit for ITI Centres – Tools for Opening and Running a Centre
For quite a while the members of the General Secretariat assembled all the available information that concerns the opening and running of an ITI Centre and put it together in a publication.. It answers questions such as: Who founded ITI? What is the procedure to open a Centre? What are the ongoing artistic, educational and humanistic activities of ITI? How to go about to approach a National UNESCO Commission? What are the tools for increasing membership? Etc. The Toolkit for ITI Centres is available in English, French and Spanish. Please write to info(at)iti-worldwide.org so that we can send you a copy in the language(s) of your choice. The publication exists in PDF format.
The World Theatre Map
The World Theatre Map is a user-generated directory and a real time map of the global theatre community. This project features information about all kinds of theatre practitioners, theatre organizations, and productions. Similar to Wikipedia, anyone can add information and edit the Map. Currently, the project is in English and Spanish and features thousands of people, organizations, and their shows around the world. The purpose of the World Theatre Map is to connect the global theatre community and to facilitate conversation, knowledge sharing, and movement building. It’s an ever-growing map of the global theatre infrastructure, the art we make and the people in our theatre community. For more information please contact: Vijay Mathew: vijay(at)howlround.com or >>visit: https://www.worldtheatremap.org

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