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Printemps des Comédiens is an international theater festival, popular and accessible to all, both for its artistic line and the practice of low rates, with a diverse choice: classical shows, contemporary, circus, young companies, world cultures.

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The World Shakespeare Festival (WSF) is a celebration of Shakespeare as the world’s playwright.

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KONTRAPUNKT (Counterpoint) is one of the oldest theatre festivals in Poland. It integrates the whole artistic environment of Szczecin with theatre artists, writers and poets, fine and photography artists among them. KONTRAPUNKT exposes the latest trends and developments in Polish and German theatre. It confronts the achievements of recognised artists with interesting experiments by the emerging artists. Besides the Jury Awards, the general public gives out Grand Prix, the major prize of the festival.

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The “Theatre Confrontations” in Opole are Poland’s most important review of classical Polish drama on stage. The festival provides a taste of the various approaches taken in staging texts belonging to the canon of Polish dramatic literature. During each year’s festival proponents of the faithful reconstruction of classic plays confront those who favour production approaches that update, enliven and reinterpret these texts.

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Located in Stratford, Ontario, Canada, we are North America’s largest classical repertory theatre company. Each season, we present a dozen or more productions in four distinctive venues. We produce classics, contemporary dramas and musicals, with special emphasis on the plays of Shakespeare.

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The Embassy of India in Egypt and Teamwork Arts present ‘India by the Nile’, a celebration of the essence of India through classical music, dance, theatre, visual art, film, food and sports in a medium, which perfectly amalgamates the contemporary with the classic.

Since the festival’s inception in 2013, India and Egypt, natural allies with colourful cultural legacies, and with affinities towards the performing and visual arts, cuisine and objets d’art, have come together in wonderful artistic partnerships. It is culture which weaves together bilateral relationships in the real sense of the terms – no dialogue is more effective and memorable that that which is based on the matrix of a country’s heritage, an integral part of its identity. And it is dialogue which is proliferated through partnerships in art, that forms the building block for enduring future relationships.

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Theatre Olympics is an international theatre festival that runs every few years in different locations and presents the greatest theatre achievements around the globe. Theatre Olympics 2019 is a large scale international festival, a venue for development of global theatre integration and dialogue between theatre professionals from around the world. The festival program includes performances by best foreign theatres and national theatres from various Russian regions, as well as lectures and workshops by leading theatre figures. With Saint Petersburg as its main host city, the Theatre Olympics runs from March to December 2019.

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The Festival takes special care in presenting each year a rich and homogeneous programme focused around a special theme, celebrating the culture of a country or a city, or exploring a special subject. The Festival likes to be daring in its choice of artists, works and performances.

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Opera Forward Festival explores our desires, fears and dreams. With five groundbreaking opera’s and three OFF Days featuring a new generation of opera makers

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International Divine Comedy Theatre Festival gives a chance to see, in a matter of just one week, some of the most intriguing plays of the season from theatres throughout the country.
Divine Comedy is a theatre holiday where the best Polish shows are presented in the true Polish showcase. Apart from Polish shows, competing for the best show of the year title and the Divine Comedian prize, there are also foreign theatre groups, and meetings with philosophers, theatre theoreticians, and critics that accompany the festival.

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Our annual celebration of theatre. First held in 1983, the Prithvi Theatre Festival has become an annual event in the Mumbai calendar. There is no one theme – the Festival simply seeks to explore and celebrate theatre in its diversity – local, national, international; old traditions, new forms, cross-currents – and to share theatre with our audiences.

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The International Theatre Schools Festival ITSelF is a theatre biennial, organized by The Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw, Poland. The main objective of ITSelF Festival is to promote theatre culture and young talents of the stage, share experiences, bring cultures closer by gathering artists together, as well as to present Poland as a country which supports culture and appreciates its influence on the development of the society.

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The Seoul Performing Arts Festival (SPAF) is Korea’s largest international performing arts festival with the largest scale and history in Korea. It is co-hosted by the Korea Arts Management Support Center and the Korean Culture and Arts Committee sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism .

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Dublin Fringe Festival is a platform for the best new, emerging Irish arts companies and a showcase for the finest international contemporary performing arts. For artists, Fringe facilitates opportunities to innovate, to cross boundaries and strengthen the conditions in which they work. For audiences, Fringe is the place to discover meaningful, exciting and unforgettable cultural experiences.

Website: www.fringefest.com/

 

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Meet people from around the world in Toga

Think in Toga with people in the world

See the future from the people of the world and Toga

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The international Gdańsk Shakespeare Festival is one of the key events in European theatre, bringing together performances, workshops and meetings with artists from every corner of the world. The Gdańsk Shakespeare Festival showcases today’s most interesting theatrical trends inspired by the works of Shakespeare. Since 1997, it has been taking place annually with the Gdańsk Shakespeare Theatre (from 2008) and the Theatrum Gedanense Foundation as the main organisers of the event.

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Each year the festival grows, acquiring its own multicultural character, hosting theatre groups coming from different cultural backgrounds and it is now widely acknowledged as one of the most important cultural institutions of our island.

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Every year since 1948, the Festival of Aix-en-Provence is dedicated to presenting a program of great diversity: opera productions, works of youth and celebrities Mozart’s operas, contemporary creations, rediscovery of Baroque masterpieces, chamber operas, not to mention exceptional concert posters.

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Our mission is to create bold, innovative, and authentic theatre that engages a diverse, multi-generational community, and economically diverse region: enlightening, entertaining, and inspiring our audience through the celebration of great plays. We aim to redefine the landscape of theatre by presenting thought-provoking productions drawn from the new and classic canon, as well as through the development of new plays, new audiences, and new artists for the future of American theater. We produce theatre that matters. 

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  • Printemps des Comédiens

    Printemps des Comédiens

    May , Montpellier, France

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  • World Shakespeare Festival

    World Shakespeare Festival

    April , London, United Kingdom, Europe

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  • Small Theatre Forms Festival KONTRAPUNKT

    Small Theatre Forms Festival KONTRAPUNKT

    April , Szczecin, Poland

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  • The Opole Theatre Confrontations “Polish Classics”

    The Opole Theatre Confrontations “Polish Classics”

    April , Opole, Poland

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  • Stratford Festival

    Stratford Festival

    April , Stratford, Ontario, Canada

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  • India by the Nile

    India by the Nile

    March , Cairo, Egypt

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  • Theatre Olympics 2019

    Theatre Olympics 2019

    March , Alexandrinsky Theatre, Ostrovsky Square 6, Saint Petersburg, Russia

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  • Al Bustan Festival

    Al Bustan Festival

    February , Beirut, Lebanon

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  • Opera Forward Festival

    Opera Forward Festival

    February , Amsterdam, Netherlands

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  • International Divine Comedy Theatre Festival

    International Divine Comedy Theatre Festival

    December , Kraków, Poland

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  • Prithvi Theatre Festival

    Prithvi Theatre Festival

    November , Mumbai, India, Asia

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  • International Theatre Schools Festival ITSelF

    International Theatre Schools Festival ITSelF

    October , Warsaw, Poland

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  • Seoul Performing Arts Festival

    Seoul Performing Arts Festival

    October , Seoul, South Korea

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  • Dublin Fringe Festival

    Dublin Fringe Festival

    September , Dublin, Ireland

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  • SCOT Summer Season

    SCOT Summer Season

    August , Togamura, Japan, Asia

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  • Gdańsk Shakespeare Festival

    Gdańsk Shakespeare Festival

    July , Gdańsk, Poland

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  • International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama

    International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama

    July , Cyprus, Europe

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  • Festival international d’Art Lyrique d’Aix-en-Provence

    Festival international d’Art Lyrique d’Aix-en-Provence

    July , Aix-en-Provence, France

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  • Dorset Theatre Festival

    Dorset Theatre Festival

    June , Dorset, Vermont, United States

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