Loading Events
Find Events

Past Events

Events List Navigation

October 2014

Production Visit to Uncle Vanja – Sex, Drugs and Rock n´Roll

10/22/2014 @ 15:00 - 21:30
Uppsala City Theatre,
Kungsgatan 53
Uppsala, 751 40 Sweden
+ Google Map
Morbror Vanja

Uppsala stadsteater invites Theatron members for a production visit to ourUncle Vanja – Sex, drugs and rock n´roll – Chekhov as you´ve never seen it before by Yana Ross

Find out more »

Workshop ‘E-xtending the St@ge’

10/31/2014 @ 13:00 - 18:00
Teater Republique,
Østerfælled Torv 37
Copenhagen, 2100 Denmark
+ Google Map

In collaboration with renowned transmedia producer Asta Wellejus (Die Asta Experience) and the well-known digital editor Jens Jørgen Madsen (Berlingske Media), this hands-on workshop will explore how performing arts organisations can integrate social and digital media into the productions themselves, thus 'extending their stage' and connecting with their audiences before, during and after the performance. The workshop will be based on concrete questions and case studies by the participants.

Find out more »
November 2014

The Past by Constanza Macras – Production Visit

11/07/2014 @ 12:30 - 22:30
Hellerau – European Centre for the Arts,
Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 56
Dresden, 01099 Germany
+ Google Map
The Past by Constanza Macras

HELLERAU would like to invite Theatron members to see the World Premiere of „The Past“ from Constanza Macras and a chance to explore the accompanying audience development programme. „The Past“ is a dance project, consisting of two parts, which deals with the art of memory. The performance includes local history and uses interviews from eyewitnesses of the Dresden bombing 1945.

Find out more »


11/24/2014 @ 16:30 - 23:55
Archa Theatre,
Na Poříčí 26
Prague, Czech Republic
+ Google Map

Audience exchange between Hellerau and Archa This time we go to the Akcent Festival to experience an extraordinary evening of theater in the legendary pub Baráčnická rychta. The young theater makers of Vosto5 show their grotesque documentary theater about the recent German-Czech history. And the ska band 'Sto' will be accompanying with their brass section (Czech: dechovka) A shuttle between the Archa Theatre in Prague HELLERAU and has become a regular theater line in both directions. A bus will depart from…

Find out more »

Faust 1 directed by Linus Tunström

11/29/2014 @ 19:00 - 22:00
Staatsschauspiel Dresden,
Dresden, Germany
+ Google Map

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe continued to revise “Faust” for over thirty years. Based on folk legends, whole libraries have been written in an attempt to interpret the play, viewed as a parable of the German “spirit”, a philosophical treatment of the subject, or simply a piece of folk theatre. In Dresden the Swedish director Linus Tunström is tackling this most ur-German of all plays, presenting – with the help of a group of actors – “Faust” as the story of…

Find out more »
March 2015

2nd Citizen Stage Festival

03/20/2015 - 03/27/2015
Nationaltheater Mannheim,
Mozartstr. 9
Mannheim, 68161 Germany
+ Google Map
2nd Citizen Stage Festival

Following last year’s first international Bürgerbühnen Festival (Citizen Stage Festival) at Dresden State Theater the 2nd Festival will taking place between March 20 and March 27 in Mannheim at the National Theater. The festival presents twelve outstanding productions of professional participatory theater - from all branches of theater (Drama, Dance, Music-Theater) and with performers of all ages. The selection of the productions that come from Germany and all over Europe, is made by a jury of representatives from the Nationaltheater…

Find out more »
September 2015

Workshop: Research for Audience Engagement – Towards a European Framework

09/24/2015 - 09/25/2015
Uppsala Stadsteater

  How to understand and create value for your existing and potential audiences 24-25 September 2015 in Uppsala (Sweden) - register now - 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 knowledge about its audience, their community and the nature of their relationship to the organisation.  Once an organisation understands the patterns of audience interests, desires and behaviour, it can identify opportunities for…

Find out more »
October 2015

Engaging Society – The Role of Political Theatre On & Off Stage

10/19/2015 - 10/20/2015
Archa Theatre,
Na Poříčí 26
Prague, Czech Republic
+ Google Map

Creators of the performances, political scientists, sociologists and experts on cultural policy will discuss the role of theatre in the political sphere. In the evenings, Archa will present two examples of the socially and politically engaged performances: vadi-nevadi.cz and Dechovka. vadi-nevadi.cz (Matter-Doesn't Matter) is performed by "experts on everyday life". In the small East Bohemian town of Kostelec nad Orlicí three communities live side by side not communicating to each other: long-time ethnic Czechs, Roma, and immigrants in the local refugee…

Find out more »
November 2015

Workshop: Beyond Performance – Combining Analogue and Digital on stage + meeting on the future of Theatron

11/12/2015 - 11/13/2015
Fondazione Romaeuropa,
Via dei Magazzini Generali, 20
Rome, 00154 Italy
+ Google Map

On the 12-13 November 2015 Fondazione Romaeuropa will organise a workshop entitled 'Beyond Performance - Combining Analogue and Digital on stage'. There will be also the opportunity for members to meet and discuss the future of Theatron. The event will take place in Rome (Italy). Further details will be available soon.

Find out more »
September 2016

Football on Stage?! Home Turf Production Visit

09/24/2016 @ 17:30 - 22:00
Sadler’s Wells Theatre,
Rosebery Avenue
London, EC1R 4TN United Kingdom
+ Google Map
Home Turf Production Visit Image

Theatron Production Visit to the world premiere of ‘Home Turf‘ – a unique collaboration between West Ham United and Sadler’s Wells created under the Theatron adaptation scheme. Read more

Find out more »
+ Export Listed Events

Theatron Network – Engaging New Audiences © 2019 All Rights Reserved

The Theatron Website is administered by the DaVinci Institute (www.davinci-institute.eu)

Designed by WPSHOWER

Powered by WordPress