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Brave Festival – the festival of the brave, of the people who say where they are from, what their values are, traditions and spirituality. This is not a festival about works of art but about the art which can save and protect thousands of forgotten, abandoned, lonely cultures and people.

Our mission is to bring together children from all over the world in an atmosphere of friendship and respect for each other’s cultures. We do so by joining together children in artistic experiences aimed to inspire them to imagine a better future for themselves and their communities and provide them with tools to help realize their aspirations.

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International Theatre Festival KONTAKT has been organized by Wilam Horzyca Theater since 1991. KONTAKT enabled to review and promote the most interesting theatrical events from the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and their confrontation with theatres from Western Europe KONTAKT became a mediator of multinational, sometimes uneasy agreements in the new reality.
As part of the KONTAKT, accompanying events are held – art exhibitions, film projections and concerts. The performances are accompanied by meetings with artists, which are a very important element of the festival. The festival KONTAKT is a competition, the participating performances are assessed by an international jury which awards three top festival prizes. There is also the possibility of funding awards by individuals, institutions and companies.

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BewegGrund
June

Inclusive dance company BewegGrund has been hosting a biennial dance festival since its inception in 1998. BewegGrund stands for equal rights, for self-determination, equal opportunities and integration: its goal is the self-evident participation of disabled and non-disabled people in cultural projects.

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L’Altre Festival is an International cultural event that takes place in Barcelona. It connects Performing Arts and Mental Health and seeks to involve, promote and exhibit Performing Arts among people with mental illness. Moreover, the Festival focuses on three specific objectives: performing arts and creation of companies as a rehabilitation tool for people with mental illnesses; the fight against the stigma associated with mental health; and contribution to the creation and enrichment of popular culture.

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When the Montpellier Danse Festival was created in July 1981, it arose from a double will. On the one hand that of Georges Freche, new mayor of a city he shakes vigorously to make a metropolis shining in the present. On the other hand that of Dominique Bagouet, just installed in this city, to create a choreographic Center in line with the no less vigorous decentralization of choreographic life driven by the public authorities. The entire development of Montpellier Danse is conceived in this dual principle of origin: this manifestation is pegged to the bubbling movement of the New Dance (and its extensions), while maintaining a fidelity clearly assumed to a political project.

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Each year, the Theatertreffen brings remarkable productions from the German-language region as well as the works of emerging artists to Berlin. What are the topics, aesthetics and focus points informing the theatre today? Together with artists, scholars, journalists and – of course – the audience, the festival looks at both the status quo and the future ahead of us.

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Mach33
May

MACH 33 fosters compelling conversations about scientific, mathematical, and technological questions by staging readings of new, unpublished plays by Los Angeles-area and Caltech/JPL playwrights. The plays in the festival offer stories that capture our imagination and ignite our curiosity about science.

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WILDWUCHS Festival focusses on themes which otherwise would be neglected in the public discourse, such as physical and mental disabilities, old age, homelessness, migration – to name but a few. WILDWUCHS Festival strives for interesting and new encounters, allowing people to get to know each other and understand that if we listen to each other, we will find more commonalities than differences.

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The Festival 10 Sentidos was created in 2011 with the intention of portraying works by artists with disabilities together with artists without apparent disability, and in the successive editions it has since been transformed into a festival with a strong social discourse as opposed to only supporting artists with disabilities. Every year the programming is structured according to a particular motto that strives to highlight problems that affect our society. The Festival is committed to generating new languages of communication via art in order to understand how people differ and how differences are accepted by others.

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The festival NO LIMITS is looking for strategies on how artists with disabilities can act politically on stage.

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Sommerblut, the “Festival of Multipolar Culture”, sees itself as an inclusive cultural festival that unites different social, social and political viewpoints and identities. The concept of inclusion is here deliberately broad: it is about physical and cognitive features, ways of life, value systems, traditions, beliefs – all that determines the identity of each human being and the daily discourse in our society.

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The focus of the festival program is to present the most inspiring theatrical productions that were produced in Slovakia in one year (from April to April). The selection of productions is provided by the Festival Dramaturgy Council in cooperation with external experts who monitor the work of individual theaters in Slovakia. The dramaturgic council reserves the right of the last word so that the festival program can capture the most significant trends or problems of contemporary Slovak theater.

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Since 2014, the MITsp – International Theater Show of São Paulo has brought together a significant cut in the contemporary world scene, productions that lead to experimentation in language, but are also critical of their own time.

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Rangayana is a Theatre Repertory Company started in Mysuru by the Government of Karnataka, in the year 1989. Bahuroopi National Theatre Festival has a different theme each year.

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ITFoK will mobilise ‘forms’ to stage this transitive contemporary. It will seek to reflect upon the state of democracy, call attention to alternative voices, and propose different futures or ways to remember. In this spirit, all kinds of performative works are welcome – proscenium plays, performance-readings, live art, promenade theatre, follow-art, site-specific theatre, game-narratives, endurance-art, documentary-theatre, intimate-plays, lecture performances, flash-drama, theatre-on-the-internet, or any other work that experiments with participation, interaction, and the political urgency of live art forms. The intention is to employ the theatric to form a community of interest, to imagine new geographies of space, of body, and of the mind. ITFOK will imagine our theatre as a deep, horizontal comradeship.

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Transeuropa
November

The festival is organised by European Alternatives, a non profit organisation devoted to exploring the potential for post- or transnational politics. We also publish a magazine in three languages, both online and offline, run campaigns, and organise internationally artistic cultural and political events.

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This enterprise set the purpose of exposing Israeli drama and encouraging its staging in theatres throughout the world. Ever since the Institute’s establishment, Israeli plays are staged in major theatres around the world.

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The goal is to remember that a good theater is important in Estonia. To this end, we invite small changes to the Estonian Theater Festivals and their intervals. For example, we bring the theater to those who will otherwise stay away from it due to lack of time, a distant habitat, or other prophet. Or, we raise the theatrical role to the front of theatrical issues and thoughts in the thoughts of theatrical artists and theatrical artists.

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Polski Transfer
November

HELLERAU – European Centre of the Arts, located in Dresden, near the borders to the Czech Republic, but also to Poland, sees itself as a hub between Western and Eastern Europe with the associated questions of identity and history in a regional and global context. HELLERAU is concerned to invite its neighbours* and to stimulate a dialogue beyond the rapid politics of the day through contemporary stage arts.

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Dialog Festival
October

From the very beginning of its existence the Festival has been undergoing significant changes, like the ones affecting the social and political reality in Europe and the world. However, it has tried to have its finger on the pulse of these changes, trying through theatre and in the theatre to answer questions about what kind of the world we live in and what we can expect in the near future. The most important task of the Festival has been, invariably, to create conditions for an encounter and confrontation with theatre, which is definitely something more than just an aesthetic experience.

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The International Festival of Londrina, the oldest theater festival in Latin America, opens its curtains and inaugurates the urgently needed show: the spectacle of diversity, of tolerance , of humanism.

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Fluxus
October

Fluxus was a wily, nebulous – and deeply influential – anti-establishment art movement that emerged in the 1960s. Comprised of an international collective of artists, composers, and poets, Fluxus aimed to collapse what it considered the false wall between art and life. In a survey curated by Christopher Rountree in collaboration with the Getty Research Institute, the often-humorous, frequently challenging music and performances of Fluxus will be presented on and off-site, including an orchestral subscription concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall.

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The International Theater Festival MESS has been innovative from its very beginnings, prepared in all the previous leadership through its history, even in unbelievable circumstances, in Sarajevo creating a cultural refuge for all generations, risking and investing in the bravest and most interesting art projects. That is exactly why the International Theater Festival MESS is one of the leading festivals of this part of Europe.

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Established in 1957, Dublin Theatre Festival is Europe’s longest running theatre festival, running for 3 weeks each autumn. We bring world-class theatre to Dublin, support artists in creating outstanding work and provide a platform to showcase the best of Irish theatre to the world. At the heart of the festival is the city of Dublin – its people and its stories – and a commitment to contributing to the vibrant social and cultural life of our capital. Our mission is to present a programme of exceptional theatrical experiences that will appeal to the diverse communities that make up our city. 2017 marked our 60th anniversary, we have a rich history, with much to celebrate, but we are most excited about is what is yet to come. In the future we want to see more audiences participating in culture and more artists creating bold new work that challenges and inspires.

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The festival features a lively programme of acts by a strong line-up of groups, artists and arts
companies from the province, neighbouring provinces, neighbouring countries and overseas to
showcase dance, music, theatre, storytelling, craft, exhibitions, literature, film and praise
poetry.

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Grenzenlos Kultur
September

“Grenzenlos Kultur” is not only Germany’s oldest theatre festival with disabled and non-disabled artists. But also a very lively platform well known beyond the borders of Mainz, which shows unusual, often experimental, mostly socio-politically motivated forms of art and theatre.

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When the festival Neue Stücke aus Europa (New Plays from Europe) was started in 1992 in Germany in the former capital Bonn, Europe was going through a time of upheaval. The biennale soon grew into one of the most important events for dialogue between European authors. It was a place of discussion, where mutual understanding and the reality of life in Europe could be experienced first-hand.

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We come to the Contemporary Scene, the largest international festival of performing arts in the Midwest and the fifth largest in the country. Always attentive to the commitments to protect individual rights and freedoms, the Festival presents reflective tone, even in arid times for the maintenance of rights that should be innate to society.

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The curators thought this festival and that the political character of this space intends to establish itself, not through a directing of the gaze to works created or necessarily oriented toward the political question directly, but, rather, through a look at culture, and above all the radical, urgent and pulsating aspect of art, as something in itself political.

Website: https://www.fitriopreto.com.br/2019/

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Malta Festival Poznań takes place at a special time, when the world around us – the near, local, and global reality – is falling apart into many non-matching narratives and images. Although, as Europeans, inhabitants of democratic countries, we are used to believe that we live in the most peaceful times since the end of World War II, the conflict determines the dynamics of our lives, social relations, possibilities. 

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LIFT has been at the forefront of ground-breaking international theatre since 1981, making and supporting radically open work that disrupts convention, has the power to unite strangers, celebrates our shared humanity and explores the political and social urgencies of our times.

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The Planet Connections Festivity is New York’s premiere socially-conscious arts festival. The Festivity is designed to invoke the power of art in motivating philanthropy, community outreach and social change. Within the Festivity are multiple theater, film and music festivals. Planet Connections’ artists use their work to shed light on the causes that matter, while inspiring audiences to get involved. All of our artists raise awareness for an organization/topic of their own selection. We are also the country’s first eco-friendly arts festivity as all our artists work to create eco-concious art by revising their marketing, design and rehearsal techniques. Planet Connections artists are introduced to a community of like-minded theater makers, film makers and music makers. The relationships formed during the festivity allow our artists to find new audiences and forge new partnerships.

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Festivals

  • Brave Kids Festival

    Brave Kids Festival

    June , Wrocław, Poland

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  • International Theatre Festival KONTAKT

    International Theatre Festival KONTAKT

    June , Toruń, Poland

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  • BewegGrund

    BewegGrund

    June , Berne, Switzerland

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  • L’Altre Festival

    L’Altre Festival

    June , Barcelona, Spain

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  • Montpellier Danse Festival

    Montpellier Danse Festival

    June , Montpellier, France

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  • Berliner Theatertreffen

    Berliner Theatertreffen

    May , Berlin, Germany

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  • Mach33

    Mach33

    May , Pasadena, California, United States

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  • WILDWUCHS Festival

    WILDWUCHS Festival

    May , Basel, Switzerland

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  • 10 Sentidos

    10 Sentidos

    May , València, Spain

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  • No Limits Festival

    No Limits Festival

    May , Berlin, Germany

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  • Sommerblut Festival

    Sommerblut Festival

    May , Cologne, Germany

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  • Dotyky a Spojenia Festival

    Dotyky a Spojenia Festival

    April , Slovakia, Europe

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  • Mostra Internacional de Teatro de São Paulo

    Mostra Internacional de Teatro de São Paulo

    March , São Paulo, Brazil, South America

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  • Bahuroopi National Theatre Festival

    Bahuroopi National Theatre Festival

    January , Mysuru, India, Asia

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  • International Theatre Festival of Kerala

    International Theatre Festival of Kerala

    January , Kerala, India

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  • Transeuropa

    Transeuropa

    November , Europe

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  • Isra-Drama & International Exposure of Israeli Theatre

    Isra-Drama & International Exposure of Israeli Theatre

    November , Israel, Asia

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  • Eesti Teatri Festival

    Eesti Teatri Festival

    November , Estonia, Europe

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  • Polski Transfer

    Polski Transfer

    November , Dresden, Germany

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  • Dialog Festival

    Dialog Festival

    October , Wroclaw, Poland

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  • Filo Festival Internacional De Teatro De Londrina

    Filo Festival Internacional De Teatro De Londrina

    October , Londrina, Brazil, South America

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  • Fluxus

    Fluxus

    October , Los Angeles, California, United States

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  • International Theater Festival MESS

    International Theater Festival MESS

    September , Sarajevo, Bosnia

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  • Dublin Theatre Festival

    Dublin Theatre Festival

    September , Dublin, Ireland

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  • Botho Pan African Arts Festival

    Botho Pan African Arts Festival

    September , Wushwini, South Africa, Africa

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  • Grenzenlos Kultur

    Grenzenlos Kultur

    September , Mainz, Germany

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  • Wiesbaden Biennale

    Wiesbaden Biennale

    August , Wiesbaden, Germany

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  • Cena Contemporânea De Brasília

    Cena Contemporânea De Brasília

    August , Brasília, Brazil, South America

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  • Festival Internacional De Teatro São José Do Rio Preto

    Festival Internacional De Teatro São José Do Rio Preto

    July , Duque de Caxias, Brazil, South America

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  • Malta Festival Poznań

    Malta Festival Poznań

    June , Malta, Poland

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  • London International Festival of Theatre

    London International Festival of Theatre

    June , London, United Kingdom

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  • The Planet Connections Festivity

    The Planet Connections Festivity

    June , New York, United States

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