• 20 Sep. → 12 Oct. '19Marseille, France

    Dutch Performing arts | en France: Actoral 2019

    Davy Pieters | How Did I Die. Photo: Anna van Kooij
    Michele Rizzo | Deposition. Photo: Lukas Heistinger
    Benjamin Kahn & Cherish Menzo | Sorry But I Feel Slightly Disidentified ... Photo: Bas de Brouwer
    Marlous van der Sloot | Oyster. Photo: Marlous van der Sloot
    In close collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, interdisciplinary festival Actoral presents productions by Davy Pieters, Michele Rizzo, and Benjamin Khan & Cherish Menzo at various venues in Marseille, France.
    From 20 September - 12 October 2019 visitors can enjoy performances by the following Netherlands-based artists and companies:

    Davy Pieters - 'How Did I Die' theatre
    27 & 28 September at 19:30, Théâtre des Bernardines

    Michele Rizzo - 'Deposition' dance
    10 October 2019 at 21:00, SCENE44
    11 October 2019 at 20:30, SCENE44

    Benjamin Kahn & Cherish Menzo - 'Sorry But I Feel Slightly Disidentified ...' dance
    11 October 2019 at 21:45, Friche Belle de Mai
    12 October 2019 at 21:30, Montévidéo centre d'art

    Besides these productions, festivalgoers can also visit a photography exhibit by Dutch photographer Marlous van der Sloot.

    Marlous van der Sloot - 'Le Corps Vécu' photography
    Daily from 10:00-18:00, Montévidéo centre d'art
    On 21 & 30 September and 2-3 & 8-9 October 2019 in the evening, until 23:00
    On 6 & 12 October 2019, 14:00-23:00

    Marseille meets Rotterdam
    28 September 2019 from 22:00, Montévidéo

    The cast and crew of Davy Pieters/Theater Rotterdam invites you to a party with live DJ after the show of 'How did I die'. Dance to the sounds of Rotterdam with local hero DJ Jellie. This dedicated record collector will be sharing his love for the history and future of dance music. Expect electronics in a groovy mix of acid house, electro, disco, techno and everything in between.
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    Browse through the full festival programme at the Actoral website.

    The Dutch focus programme is a result of a close collaboration between Festival Actoral and Dutch Performing Arts | en France.

    About Actoral
    Actoral is an international and interdisciplinary annual festival based in Marseille, gathering a dozen local cultural venues during 3 weeks, presenting an eclectic mix of theatre, dance, visual arts, performance, music, film, and literature. The festival invites audiences to discover the new generation of French and international artists, bringing about fresh perspectives for all to share.
  • 8 Oct. → 24 Nov. '19Rome, Italy

    Dutch dance and music at Romaeuropa 2019

    As part of a close collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, Italian arts festival Romaeuropa presents shows by three Netherlands-based artists and companies: choreographer Arno Schuitemaker, youth dance company de Stilte, and music theatre company Oorkaan. The performances take place from 8 October - 24 November 2019 in Rome, Italy.
  • 17 Nov. → 23 Nov. '19Huddersfield, United Kingdom

    Dutch music at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 2019

    hcmf// presents an extensive Dutch lineup for the second year running, as part of a three-year partnership with Dutch Performing Arts. This year the festival presents six concerts with Netherlands-based musicians and composers.
  • 11 Jan. → 12 Jan. '20Washington, the United States

    Oorkaan at the Kennedy Center

    Music theatre company Oorkaan gives five performances of their show 'Glimpse' at the Kennedy Center in Washington.
  • 12 Jan. → 12 Jan. '20New York, United States

    Sounds of the Dutch Underground at Winter Jazzfest 2020

    In a showcase titled 'Sounds of the Dutch Underground', four Netherlands-based music groups will perform at Winter Jazzfest in New York, the United States. Performing as part of the Dutch showcase are: Binkbeats, Tin Men and the Telephone, Niels Broos & Jamie Peet, and Tineke Postma.
  • 24 Apr. → 26 Apr. '20Washington, the United States

    De Dansers at the Kennedy Center

    Youth dance company De Dansers gives five performances of their show 'Pokon' at the Kennedy Center in Washington.
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