On the occasion of its 25th anniversary, the ETC has invited its member theaters to encourage a European future-orientated debate. For one week member theaters dedicate one evening with a performance and a public talk to the ETC focusing on current and exciting topics. For the first time ever, the ETC connects the events across Europe online, streams public talks and broadcast them in real time, accompanied by English speaking bloggers. The audience can comment all talks and public talk participants will response. An interactive public theatre talk will take place.
If you ever wanted to know what's going on in European theaters without traveling check out the website http://webcasts.etc-cte.org! For one week you can participate in the artistic life of 17 theatres in 17 cities. See schedule on the website for detailed information.
You can follow up topics like:
- The universal child vs. the contemporary theatre in Romania
- Political theatre: aims & perspectives in France
- What is the boss of a theatre actually doing? - Germany
- Text and Body: the question of language on a stage in France
- Theatre for toddlers - Germany
- Theatre and new media in Timisoara
- Bringing new theatre audiences into theatre through the internet and social media in Slovenia
- Harold Pinter's fortune in today's Europe in Italy
- The Ageing of the theatre audience. How to bring the young generation in to theatre? - Switzerland
- The image of TNC for its audience in Romania
Join us and put a link to our webcast on your website. Talk to us and comment the public talks. Contribute to us and spread the information.
Click here to see a video message by Dubravka Vrgoč, President of the ETC: http://vimeo.com/78249919
The European Theatre Convention (ETC) is the biggest European network with about 40 member theatres in over 20 countries. Since its foundation in 1988 the ETC supports and initiates staff exchanges, theatre production exchanges, the mobility of theatre audience, the development of contemporary drama and is working as an advocacy for theatres in the dialogue with EU institutions.