A programme by Performing Arts Fund NL to promote Dutch music, theatre and dance abroad.
02 Aug. → 12 Aug. '18‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands

Theaterfestival Boulevard 2018 professionals' programme



From 2-12 August Theaterfestival Boulevard ‘s-Hertogenbosch (the Netherlands) presents a range of theatre, dance, music (theatre), street theatre and interdisciplinary productions.
The theme of this year's programme is ‘What you see is what you guess’ and relates to topics such as gender and identity.

In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, the festival invites international professionals to attend the festival. The international professionals' programme will take place from 8-11 August. Over the course of four days the guests will see performances, meet the festival organisation, meet producers of the artists performing, and/or meet organisations that are involved in the local area.

Guests will see a range of performances, including work by De Warme Winkel, Schweigman& and Wild Vlees. The programme focuses on theatre and performance, and is accessible to a non-Dutch speaking audience.

For more information about the programme and or other questions related to international affairs, contact Job Rietvelt, job@festivalboulevard.nl.

About Theaterfestival Boulevard ‘s-Hertogenbosch
Theaterfestival Boulevard offers an adventurous and varied programme: a range of seminal performing artists from the Netherlands and Flanders (the northern part of Belgium), plus international directors and choreographers.The festival presents high quality, contemporary and experimental, domestic and international productions.

The programme is presented throughout the historic city centre of 's-Hertogenbosch: In theatres and other cultural venues like concert halls and museums, but also in disused factory buildings, parks, gardens, new housing estates, cafés and on the street.

Theaterfestival Boulevard organises an international professionals' programme in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts. The professionals' programme is made possible by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.