Backstreet Festival, Call for Performances

The International Association for Creation and Training (I-act) has recently launched a call for performances for the 1st edition of the Backstreet Festival under the motto “Towards Art in non-traditional spaces”. This call is open for theatre troupes from the Euro-Mediterranean region and is targeting the following types of performances: musical and improvisational theatre, street performances (slapstick, living/human statutes, etc), installations, multimedia performances, puppet theatre, comedy, clowning and pantomime.
All types of performances related to street art are invited to apply.


The Festival will be held in various venues in Alexandria, Egypt from the 23rd to the 29th September 2012.
Besides the performances program, the Backstreet Festival will also feature workshops, themed debates and discussions, scriptwriting and children’s program.

Deadline for application is 30th June 2012 at 12:00 midnight.

Applications can be downloaded via


For further information, contact:
Amina Abodoma (Festival Coordinator)








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