PROSPERO EXTENDED THEATRE
Prospero – Extended Theatre gathers 10 partners – 9 theatres and one medium (ARTE), from 9 countries of the Union. The project was built around a new dynamic of collaborations, synergies and relationships between the partners, their respective teams, the artists and the audiences around the redesign of the production and distribution of the shows.
The project has three main goals:
- To imagine other principles, other developments for a more inclusive, more diversified European theatre creation, more connected to current societal issues;
- Broaden the dissemination of theatrical works, in theatres and on the digital space, to reach new audiences;
- Rethink the theatrical journey of audiences, from the initial discovery to the aftermath of the performance.
In this context of repeated crises, which confronts Europe with the need to convince its citizens, the partners intend to show that art and culture are a powerful force capable of stimulating creativity, exchange and cohesion. They believe that theatre, in particular, remains an essential place for dialogue, capable of creating real, direct, human encounters and of increasing our critical sense. Through their work, they wish to participate in the artistic and cultural development of Europe.
Thanks to the support of the Creative Europe programme, the partners, strengthened by their visibility at the European level and their openness to other continents, are able to pursue their research on the issues of theatre, media and creation, more particularly their evolution and modernization.
The partners gathered around this project are :
- Théâtre de Liège (lead partner – Belgique) supported by Wallonia-Brussels International
- Emilia Romagna Teatro Fondazione (Modena– Italia)
- São Luiz Teatro Municipal (Lisboa – Portugal)
- Göteborgs Stadsteater (Göteborg – Sverige)
- Hrvatsko narodno kazalište u Zagrebu (Zagreb – Hrvatska)
- Teatros del Canal – Comunidad de Madrid (España)
- Schaubühne Berlin (Deutschland)
- Teatr Powszechny (Warszawa – Polska)
- Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe (Paris – France)