The objectives of this project are to highlight European contemporary playwrights and their work, create a pool of interesting contemporary texts for ETC Members, and support the international trajectory of text-based theatre plays through translation.
The ETC’s artistic collaboration project Young Europe III focuses on theatre as a place of identification for young people in Europe.
The ETC Coffee Breaks are a (virtual) place for you to take a short moment to reflect, discuss and exchange with your international peers from the network.
Inspired by an idea for a play from the Austrian author Magdalena Schrefel, Schauspielhaus Graz would like to invite ETC members to participate in a joint project, in which you can commission a local author to write a dramatic text dealing with the question “Which kind of drama does fossil energy provoke in your country?”
The next edition of the ETC International Theatre Conference will be held online from 25 to 27 November 2020.
Grants available! The Digital Theatre Programme offers support for innovative digital theatre projects by ETC Member Theatres and fosters international digital community building and outreach.
The “European Theatre Forum 2020: European Performing Arts in Focus” is an international platform for vision, discourse, exchange, networking and policymaking to strategically strengthen the structurally highly fragmented European theatre sector.
Supporting emerging theatre artists by offering new perspectives and professional artistic experiences in a European public theatre.
Grants available! The Performance Exchange Programme is available to ETC Member Theatres wishing to invite a guest performance from another ETC Member Theatre.
Grants available! ETC offers all technical, administrative and artistic personnel from Member Theatres the opportunity to exchange know-how and techniques at an ETC Member Theatre in another European country for a period of up to four weeks.
Deadline: 28 February 2021