International Theatre Project
International Theatre Festival,Stuttgart 24th to 28th June 2015
From 24th to 28th June 2015, a festival in Stuttgart will bring together for the first time the five productions created for the TERRORisms project.
The festival is marking the end (for the moment!) of 2 years of collaboration between the Schauspiel Stuttgart (Germany), the National Theatre of Oslo (Norway), the Yugoslav Drama Theatre Belgrade (Serbia), the Habima – National Theatre of Tel Aviv (Israel) and the Comédie de Reims (France).
Its program will feature – in addition to the partner theatres´ productions – book presentations, discussion panels, installations and productions from the Schauspiel Stuttgart´s repertoire.
The TERRORisms E-Publication
Two years after the inauguration of the TERRORisms project, an anthology, bringing together the five plays created for the U.T.E. project, will be published in the form of an e-book.
Freely downloadable, the TERRORisms e-publication will include the plays by Fritz Kater, Milena Marković, Maya Arad, Jonas Corell Petersen and Aiat Fayez —in the original language, English and German. It will also feature portraits of the playwrights, stage directors and actors, dramaturgical understanding, pictures and videos of the performances, as well as speeches held by artists and academics during the conferences linked to the project.
The TERRORisms e-publication will be launched on the occasion of the TERRORisms Festival in June 2015.
Download the TERRORisms E-Book here
TERRORisms Special Issue
Accompanying the whole festival, a Special Issue of our CONFLICT ZONES Online Theatre Magazine specially dedicated to the project will provide insights into the works and perspectives developed throughout the project.
It will include dramaturgical materials, information about the project, festival and performances, but also articles, interviews and videos produced by the young European Journalists involved in the CONFLICT ZONES Online Magazine project of the UTE. A group of young European Journalists will then be present all through the duration of the event, they will attend performances and write articles for the TERRORisms Special Issue. | info
In addition, a group of young European spectators belonging to the YPAL network (Young Performing Art Lovers) will also attend the festival and contribute to its energy by organizing meetings, discussions and workshops.