31May

About INFO ALERTS

INFO ALERTS are our Weekly Newsletter featuring opportunities and news related to international theatre. Join our Mailing List for the INFO ALERTS newsletter. Search our INFO ALERTS archive.

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3Jul

Digest #350

Translation Projects Translation Projects enable recipients to translate work from other languages into English. Non-matching grants are for $12,500 or $25,000, depending upon the artistic excellence and merit of the project. Deadline: August 2018 Application Fee: Free Eligibility: Through fellowships to published translators,...

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14Jun

TWB Digest #349

Greetings!from the Introduction to From Obote to Obote   by Akena Adoko "The past must be known and studied Not for the purpose of comparing And contrasting it to the present But because it led to the present." The British Council...

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6Jun

Live streaming Theatre in the Age of Climate Change Convening

Dear reader, This weekend, June 8-10, join us remotely in this event. In 2017, artistic director Chantal Bilodeau of The Arctic Cycle, Elizabeth Doud of Climakaze and Roberta Levitow of Theatre Without Borders were awarded a HowlRound Challenge Grant to organize a convening around theatre and climate...

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30May

TWB Digest #348

1. Registration is now open for the 8th General Conference of the Asia-Europe Museum Network (ASEMUS), a network of over 177 museums supported by the ASEF since 2000. Titled “New Curatorial Perspectives for a Changed World”, the conference will be...

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16May

TWB Digest #347

Quote: DAWSON.We did nothing wrong. SAM.A jury just said your behavior was unbecoming of a Marine. What does that mean? DAWSON.You're are the lawyer. SAM.You're the marine. A Few Good Men Aaron Sorkin International Community Arts Festival Pre-registration of the ICAF...

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16May

TWB Digest #346

MRS. MCCLAIN (To HORNBECK) Want a fan? Compliments of Maley's Funeral Home---thirty-five cents! HONEBECK I'd die first. Inherit the Wind by Jereome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee * Call for proposal for Mobility First! ASEF Cultural Mobility Initiative is now open! Don't miss the...

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20Apr

TWB Digest #345

  The Pan-African Creative Exchange (PACE) is a new arts market and performance showcase. If you are based in Africa and are a musician, choreographer, theatre-maker, dancer, writer, playwright or poet, or, have a creative company, this unique opportunity is for you.  What is PACE? PACE is a 3-day biannual...

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19Apr

TWB Digest #344

Job Opportunity PRODUCING DIRECTOR Kaimera Productions Please apply by May 11th, 2018 Kaimera Productions is an NYC & Paris based interdisciplinary live arts company, with ongoing projects in five countries across the globe. Kaimera works to provide platforms for audiences...

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19Apr

TWB #343

Introducing: The Julie Taymor World Theatre Fellowship The founding principal of The Julie Taymor World Theater Fellowship is to provide travel opportunities for enterprising young theater directors to immerse themselves in artistic experiences beyond our borders; thereby, expanding their creative horizons...

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1Apr

TWB Digest #342

TWB Digest #342 March 27th,  was International Theatre Day. Our own Roberta Levitow, together with her friends Julie Hébert & Jill Klein created a series of short videos where women talk about women who have inspired them. They called the videos...

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1Apr

TWB Digest #341

Quote of the week Old man "And the truth will set you free  Even if the master don't." Father Comes Home From the Wars. (Parts 1,2 & 3) by Susan-Lori Parks  Dear friends, first, take a look at Artists at Risk Connection. An organization committed...

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9Mar

Digest #340

Alas, it's March 9th! We had some trouble with the website on the D-day! so this post is somewhat late!   Quote of the week ‘We have no friend  But resolution  And the briefest end’ – Cleopatra (Anthony and Cleopatra,...

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17Jan

TWB Digest #234 January 17, 2018 Issue.

TWB Digest #234 January 17, 2018 Issue. Quote of the week "To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong." -- Joseph Chilton PearceHappy 2018 Theatre Folk, We’re back at the start of a promising New...

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1Jan

Theater & Resistance Symposium

Please be aware of the upcoming Theater & Resistance Symposium co-organized by Jessica Litwak & David Diamond of TWB, Matthew Covey of Tamizdat and Frank Hentschker of The Segal Center. This will certainly be a rewarding community conversation and I...

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14Dec

TWB e-letter

Dear reader, as we near the end of 2017, here's a list of events confirmed to take place in 2018. Apply, submit projects for consideration; good luck! * Alsawari International Youth Theatrical Festival is a biennial theatre festival will be held in the Kingdom...

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14Nov

TWB e-letter

In this issue check out for call for applications from: Brown University, Women in the Arts and Media coalition, Performers without Borders, Intercultural Leadership Institute, CECArts Link, Company of Wolves. And a Polish Theatre Festival at Lamama E.T.C and Bethlehem International Performing Arts Festival...

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2Nov

Announcement about the HowlRound Theatre Map

Dear Theatre Without Borders network members, I have some great news to share! Now you can “put yourself on the map” on the Theatre Without Borders Map and on the HowlRound World Theatre Map!   HowlRound is an online “knowledge...

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30Oct

TWB e-letter

Dear reader, The Africa Centre is now accepting applications for its 2017 Artist In Residency (AIR) Programmes. We are offering residencies in Australia, Brazil, Spain, Italy and the United States. Mid – Late Career Artists interested in the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center residency in Italy can read...

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16May

TWB Newsletter #224 May 17, 2017

1. Ellen Stewart International Award (Open call) The Ellen Stewart International is an Award given to an individual theatre artist or theatre companywhose work promotes social change and community participation with a particular focus on the engagement of young people. Named for La MaMa...

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9May

Digest #223

Dear reader, 1. Theatre of the Oppressed presents (NYC) Legislative Theatre brings citizens, legislators and policymakers together into creative dialogue about the policies and laws that affect communities facing oppression. At TONYC’s annual Legislative Theatre Festival, you will watch original plays...

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