- 05 Oct. → 07 Oct. '18De Krakeling, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Assitej and De Krakeling Professionals' ProgrammeDe Krakeling, the most famous theatre in the Netherlands that is fully dedicated to young audiences, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this autumn!In this context Assitej NL is organizing a professionals' programme about performing arts for young audiences in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts. The event will start in the afternoon on Friday, 5 October and will end on Sunday, 7 October in the evening.
Professionals in the field of performing arts for young audiences (Theatre for Young Audiences, or TYA) will see the best of Dutch TYA at different venues in the centre of Amsterdam, presenting subjects and themes that reflect young people’s society of today. All will be full shows of excellent quality that are ready to be booked by theatres worldwide. There will of course be ample opportunity to network.
Companies that are taking part:
Artemis / Het Zuidelijk Toneel - ‘The story of the story’
Danstheater Aya / KNPV - ‘Blood kiss’
BonteHond - ‘Get ‘em’
Daan Mathot - ‘Deep’
Plan d- / De Dansers - ‘Rust’
Het Filiaal - ‘Falling Dreams’
NT Jong - ‘Robot XS’
Schippers&vanGucht - ‘The Boring Bus’ and ‘Out of Order’
Toneelmakerij - ‘Nadia’ and ‘Finish you plate’
Urban Myth / De Krakeling / Stip Productions – ‘Martin Luther King’
Maas Theater en Dans - ‘Chit Chat’
Kwatta – ‘Jabber’
Cie. Woest – ‘Balancing Bodies
Browse through the full programme on the Assitej NL website.
For any questions about the programme, please contact curator Kees Blijleven: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assitej NL organises an international visitors' programme in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts. The visitors' programme is made possible by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.
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