Theatron is a network of European performing arts organisations who aim to explore creative and innovative ways of engaging new audiences.
The Greek name for theatre – theatron – stems from theasthai: ‘to regard’ or ‘to look’. theatron highlights the importance of a creative dialogue between performers and audiences. It encompasses the entire creative process from programming via artistic creation, performance, outreach and communication. It is this original understanding of theatre that we want to foster and promote. More about us
  • Football on Stage: Home Turf Production Visit
    09/13/2016 · 0 Comments · Benita

    Football on Stage: Home Turf Production Visit

    Football on Stage?! Invitation to Theatron Production Visit to the premiere of ‘Home Turf‘ – a unique collaboration between West Ham United and Sadler’s Wells. Sadler’s Wells London 24 September 2016 – Register by 19 September

  • Why put citizens on the stage?
    02/26/2015 · 0 Comments · Benita

    Why put citizens on the stage?

    “All the world’s a stage” according to Shakespeare. Andy Warhol gave it a modern twist with his famous quote: “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” Several theatres have drawn…

The network was founded by 12 European houses - smaller and bigger institutions, repertory companies and festivals, together with Berlin University as scientific partner. Schools, research and educational instiutions join as associated partners. Meet our members

To achieve its objectives, Theatron promotes the following activities:
• joint artistic productions (touring, adaptations, co-productions)
• audience engagement (audience research, CRM, outreach, etc.)
communication & marketing (new media, strategic communication, etc.)
training & exchanges (networking, publications, conferences, residencies, etc.)
We hope you enjoy these pages and their content. Any questions? Interested to join? We look forward to hearing from you.

Engaging Society – Theatre & Politics on and off stage
09/24/2015 · 0 Comments · Benita

Engaging Society – Theatre & Politics on and off stage

19 – 20 October 2015 in Prague (Czech Republic) What is the new political theatre? Where is the border between art and activism? How powerful can art be?   Whether it’s the support for…

Research for Audience Engagement-Towards an European Framework
08/20/2015 · 0 Comments · Benita

Research for Audience Engagement-Towards an European Framework

24-25 September 2015 in Uppsala (Sweden) Arts organisations that want to build their audiences need to get to know their audiences. Consequently, any strategy that embraces audience development has to be grounded in empirical…

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