Digital Theatre meeting & creative workshops

    Fabulamundi New Voices

    In preparation for the upcoming Fabulamundi community meeting in Paris at Théâtre Ouvert, scheduled from 19 to 22 February, New Voices playwrights and partners will have the incredible opportunity to explore the field of digital and interactive theatre formats. This will be facilitated through an online workshop directed by ETC expert Jedidjah Julia Noomen.

    During the session, scheduled for 13 February from 10:00 to 12:00 CET, Jedidjah will provide in-depth insights into narrative design and digital storytelling, delving into interactive formats through practical exercises.

    Jedidjah Julia Noomen is an interaction and game designer from Netherlands. She started as a writer and assistant director in theatre, before moving into digital interactive productions as narrative designer on many European (VR) games. She also assists theatre and film makers develop narrative and interactive structures for digital/hybrid productions. She is boardmember at the Interactive Fiction Technology Foundation and advisor for the Flemish Gamefund and EACEA.

    The Fabulamundi community will gather in Paris from 19 to 22 February 2024 at Théâtre Ouvert. New Voices partners and playwrights will convene for discussions and exchanges on digital theatre, ethical issues and much more. Stay tuned as the full programme will be issued soon!
    In the past months, all across Europe, New Voices’ playwrights have involved young artists and students approaching theatre through contemporary key themes such as sustainability, digitisation and gender equality.
    La pelle del mondo. Forme di preparazione per la partenza
    Eva Geatti’s workshop on exploring creative writing

    19-26 January   2-9-16 February   20-22/27 March

    The workshop will run from January 19th to March 27th at the I.I.S. Aldini Valeriani in Bologna involving their students as participants.

    During the classroom sessions, the group will read the first chapter of the novel “Il Monte Analogo” (1952) to investigate the profound relational dynamics between the characters and the revelations with unexpected twists, to question keywords such as journey, path, dream, loyalty, objective, imaginary concrete, group or consortium, training, and then attempt writing exercises.

    La pelle del mondo. Forme di preparazione per la partenza
    Creative workshop for writing new texts for theatre with Bernhard Studlar
    January – November 2024

    The creation of new texts for the stage has been the focus of WIENER WORTSTAETTEN’s work since it was founded. From over 50 applications, WIENER WORTSTAETTEN has selected 5 plays drafts that were exciting in terms of style and content, which will be developed into completed plays by the authors next year. The authors selected are: Hannah K Bründl, Maurus Jacobs, Kaija Knauer, Lena Riemer and Charlotte Zorell

    Els Malnascuts
    Sala Beckett’s workshop for collective creative practices
    January – June 2024

    Helena Tornero and Ewa Mikuła lead this theater laboratory for people from 16 to 35 years old, professional and non-professional, to experiment in any field of the living arts. The goal is to expand the frameworks on what we are used to working on, generate a space of risk and the discovery of new possibilities of expression. The focus of the workshop is the search for new languages and risk in creation, and the text functions as a basis to experiment around, deconstructing it, turning it around or using what may interest the participants.

    WOMEN IN RECENT HISTORY –  Writing workshop by Elise Wilk / UAT Mures
    WORKSHOP #1 – Creative workshop by David Košták / Divadlo Letì
    IN RESIDENCE – Writing workshop by Oriol Morales j Pujolar / Sala Beckett
    FORUM – Writing workshop by Constance de Saint Remy / Théâtre Ouvert
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