Since the outbreak of the Corona Pandemic, the Segal Theatre Center has presented a series of public talks during The Time of Corona with over 300 artists and institutions from over 50 countries. The aim of the initiatives presented were to introduce artistic projects and concepts that develop a new perspective on social and institutional developments in the field of art, especially performance art.
TheTheatreTimes.com’s International Online Theatre Festival is the second-place winner of the Culture Online International Award for “Best Online Project.” In 2021, a total of 452 projects were submitted from more than 20 countries.
RESHAPE is an experimental, collaborative, bottom-up process that creates instruments for the transition towards a fairer arts ecosystem, more in tune with the evolution of society. At the heart of this research is a process involving 40 artists and art workers from across Europe and the Southern Mediterranean, engaged in collaborative work relating to major challenges of today’s arts sector.
Timelines turns to subjects that include the catastrophic imagination, cultural history, landscape and writing, as well issues of beauty, emotion, and the spiritual in art. Bonnie Marranca extends her longtime interests in theatre, visual arts, media, dance, and drama to the work of Joan Jonas, Caryl Churchill, Meredith Monk, Raimund Hoghe, Dick Higgins, Etel Adnan, and others in the thirty-four pieces in the volume from the last dozen years. A chapter entitled "Performance and Drawing" focuses on this special art practice. “Writing in the Landscape” explores new text and image approaches to short-form critical writing. There are also personal reflections on the recent loss of Carolee Schneemann, Maria Irene Fornes, and Sam Shepard.
IOTF is back! Now in its third year, this year’s festival showcases 33 global productions made and/or captured during lockdown as artists, theatres and audience adapted to the challenges of making work during the pandemic. As the move to digital spaces has shaped all our lives the possibilities of using this new online ‘space’ to engage audiences as ideas of the ‘live’ are refashioned.
We are so happy to announce that Show Me A Good Time has been selected for this year’s Theatertreffen. Show Me A Good Time is made for streaming as well as a theatre audience. So even if theatres are closed, you'll still be able to watch.
Why is the past still a source of conflict?
The HCZ project has been exploring the impact of contested heritage on civil society for two years and will present its findings in a final conference, 'Open Up!' from 23 to 26 November 2020.
Time flies when you're having fun! To celebrate, we're launching You Had To Be There: 15 Years of Action Hero, a series of online 'director's commentaries' where we share unseen footage and photos from our archives & talk about the process of making and performing the works.