Between the Seas Festival of Mediterranean Performing Arts, New York

 

Between the Seas Festival of Mediterranean Performing Arts, New York
Between the Seas Festival of Mediterranean Performing Arts New York, US, is launching a call for submissions in the fields of dance, theater and music from performing artists of the Mediterranean and Mediterranean diaspora as well as artists with a working interest in the Mediterranean region.
Deadline: 1st March 2012 . The Festival’s second edition will be held from the 20th to the 26th of August at the Wild Project Theater, New York.

Aiming at promoting contemporary Mediterranean culture and encouraging exchange between Mediterranean and US-based artists, the Festival is interested in programming short or full length formats, works in progress or full productions, new or previously staged performances, original works and adaptations.

For more information and to access the submissions guidelines interested artists may visit www.betweentheseas.org .

In its first edition in August 2011 Between the Seas presented 14 artists, including two NYC and two US premieres, and performances representing Morocco, France/Algeria, Egypt, Israel, US, Greece, Canada, Italy and Spain. The Festival is produced by Les Manouches Theater under the artistic direction of Aktina Stathaki. The Wild Project Theater that will host the festival for the second time is a
beautiful 87- seat black box theatre, with state of the art facilities, eco-friendly, located in the beautiful and vibrant neighborhood of the East Village in the heart of New York City.

 



For further information:
lesmanouchestheatre@gmail.com

 

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