7th International Festival of Making Theatre, Athens

 

The 7th Edition of the International Festival of Making Theatre will be held in Athens from the 3rd to the 10th of July.
7th International Festival of Making Theatre, Athens
The call for participants is open until the 30th June 2011.


During a whole week, theatre makers and professionals coming from different countries come together to network and share creativity, working methods, ideas related to acting, movement and voice.

Actors, theatre directors, drama school students, dances, choreographers, singers and teachers are invited to participate to the workshops taking place from the 3rd to the 10th of July 2011 in the framework of the International Festival of Making Theater (In.F.o.Ma.T.) Application forms can be submitted online and are to be sent before the 30th of June. Priority will be given following a first come first serve policy.

Cost of participation:
280€ for Greek residents
220€ for Theater of Changes' students
160€ for foreign residents

These amounts cover ONLY the workshops cost. All other expenses are to be covered by the participants.

For further information:
Theater of Changes

19a, Tritis Septemvriou st.

104 32 Athens
Tel:
+30 210 52 48 251 / +30 210 52 46 833
info@toc.gr
www.theater-of-changes.com

 


 

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