A programme by Performing Arts Fund NL to promote Dutch music, theatre and dance abroad.
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    Dutch-language theatre texts take the stage in France

    After a successful collaboration in Austria earlier this year, Dutch Performing Arts, Flanders Arts Institute and Flanders Literature join forces again to promote Dutch-language theatre texts abroad. Now targeting French-speaking regions, the Dutch and Flemish organisations partner up with Maison Antoine Vitez, a Paris-based organisation for the translation of theatre texts. In 2020 they present t…
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    Three Dutch-language theatre texts at La Chartreuse

    La Chartreuse in Villeneuve lez Avignon, France is one of the most significant places in Europe for residencies devoted to dramaturgical writing. It hosts nearly sixty residencies per year for authors or companies, as well as workshops and master classes. La Chartreuse is also frequently open to the public during public rehearsals or events involving residents and other guest artists — especiall…
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    Contemporary Dutch and Flemish theatre texts at DramatikerInnenfestival 2021

    Just like in 2019, the festival works together with Dutch Performing Arts, Flanders Arts Institute and Flanders Literature to present theatre texts from the Netherlands and Flanders. This year a number of Dutch and Flemish theatre professionals also take part in the festival's professionals' programme. Programme In a so-called 'Textgarten' the audience can discover texts through (audio) insta…
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    French translation of Dutch-language theatre text presented at Festival Regards Croisés

    Festival Regards Croisés is an important gathering place for contemporary playwrights and features staged readings, round table discussions and workshops. The staged reading of the theatre text ‘Embrouilleurs!’ (‘Woestzoeker!’) will be followed by an interview with Flemish author Jan Sobrie and translator Esther Gouarné. The reading and interview will be streamed on 5 May 2021 at 20:…