Rimini Protokoll

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In 2000, Helgard Kim Haug, Stefan Kaigi, and Daniel Wechsel founded Rimini Protocol, a group who direct and write theatrical works. Their work in the fields of theatre, radio drama, film and installation is created either by artistic groups or by a solo artist. At the heart of their work is the development of the … Continued

Ballhaus Naunynstrasse

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The Ballhaus Naunynstrasse Theater, initially opened in Berlin in 1983, is now mainly active in theatrical events that explore migration. In 2008, Shermin Langhoff reopened it, focusing on artists who are immigrants or are somehow connected to immigration. The aim was to boost the number of first and second generation immigrants in the arts by … Continued

Fast Forward Festival – OCC

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The Fast Forward Festival invites us to look at theater today from a different angle, by offering us new forms of art, hybrid performances and installations, unexpected encounters and atypical spaces . It brings artists and audiences together, with an essence of ​​freedom and experimentation, with works that deal with the present as much as … Continued

Nicaragua – Lleca Theater

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LLECA is a Nicaraguan cultural-artistic organization, created by and for youth, whose objective is to establish spaces of communication, creation, reflection, and freedom. Since 2009, Lleca (slang for ‘street’) is the only continuous artistic educational process of theater in prison, where inmate theater groups are founded and train every year.

Maxim Gorki Theater

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The Gorki Theatre with Studio Я, their columnists Mely Kıyak and Can Dündar and their colleagues from Gorki X, invite artists to get involved. Artists from areas in crisis gather here, network, and find space for their topics in STUDIO Я. A place beyond all borders, regardless of native language, form, and content. No approach … Continued

National Theater of Greece – Experimental Stage

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In their play “Should I Stay, or Should I Go?”, Anestis Azas and Prodromos Tsinikoris use Reality Theatre as their main method, which takes theatrical texts from personal testimonies and historical documents and invites everyday people to become the focus of their theatrical narrative. From 2015 to 2019, Anestis Azas and Prodromos Tsinikaris became the … Continued

IIPM – International Institute of Political Murder

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The IIPM – International Institute of Political Murder was founded by director and author Milo Rau in 2007 for the creation and international utilisation of his theatre productions, actions and films. It is based in Switzerland and Germany. IIPM’s productions have been received with a great international response and represent a new form of political … Continued

Synergy Theatre Project

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Synergy’s artistic mission is to create ground-breaking work across theatre and the criminal justice system which inspires change by capturing the imagination, affecting the feelings and attitudes of the performers and audience. The aim is for the artistic work to have a transformative effect on those who encounter it, whether prisoners, ex-prisoners or audience members.

Chile – CoArtRe

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Artists Corporation for Rehabilitation and Social Reintegration through Art. Τheatre as an instrument of spiritual support and artistic experience towards the path of social mobility.

Mind the Fact

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Mind the fact is an artistic initiative founded in 2016. It is an innovative model of artistic production based on true stories told by the people who experienced them.  Within the mind the fact network, professional artists collaborate with non-artists. Concealed or unspoken issues and excluded or hidden protagonists of real life come into light … Continued

Anasa Cultural Center

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The Anasa Cultural Center is the only cultural center of African Art and Culture in Athens. Which promotes through art (music, dance, song, literature, storytelling, theater, painting and gastronomy) intercultural dialogue and multiculturalism by implementing pedagogical programs and solidarity cultural actions. The cultural center is working to eliminate racism, exclusion and discrimination, by empowering and … Continued

Synergy-o

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SYNERGY-O is an experimental art space in the center of Athens. Founded in 2010, SYNERGY-O in collaboration with NGO Amaka, run the Art and Theatre workshop called ‘Station Athens’ for refugees and immigrants.  SYNERGY-O’s mission is to produce artistic work with social content while offering art and theatre workshops to vulnerable social groups.