We encounter the Workcenter’s deepening of an exploration of the human being in action, as Mr Richards guides us through the phases of the Workcenter’s performing arts research…
A woman comes face to face with her overwhelming need for revolution.
Is it possible to rid ourselves of that force which engulfs us daily and constitutes a redirection of our destiny? Can we alter a plan nature has etched within us and deviate from …
Carla Pollastrelli will carry the public through an outline of Jerzy Grotowski’s creative biography with a specific focus on the theatrical phase he carried out between 1959 and …
In this encounter, Carla Pollastrelli, co-director of Fondazione Pontedera Teatro from 1993 to 2012, will introduce and present the video documentation of Akropolis, an outstanding…
The Living Room takes us home, to a place in which we welcome another.
Lines is a touching spoken word show surrounding the diverse lives of people travelling along the London underground.
An expansive stage space is dominated by assorted wooden furniture, with some pieces decked out in opulent reds and golds.
Beach Party is a performance devised by 38 Buried Roses influenced by the methodologies and practices of European Theatre in the past century.
Every day he writes to her from his cell.
Three wishes, three witches, three sisters, three pigs, three bears, three beers, three musketeers.
A congregation of strangers, brought together by the need to give body, voice and space to their other selves – to explore the lives unlived and words left unspoken.
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