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  New Works? Let Us Know!
« on: October 08, 2007, 12:27:31 AM » by Ruben
Many festivals specialize in bringing new works to the public - we've created a new section on the site to highlight them:


Now, it's your turn: Are you an artist or festival organizer involved in bringing new works to the public? Would you like to discuss these works with your audience? If so, welcome! Jump in and post a message here - we're looking forward to hearing more about your projects.

  Re: New Works? Let Us Know!
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2007, 11:43:38 AM » by kelphelan

Get in your car and drive to the edge of town where the badland backroads of the boy racer skid to a halt. Turn on your headlights. Tune in your radio. Take it all in. The speed freaks, the drifters and the stove jockeys. This is a story speeding close to the edge and I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. Ireland’s foremost site specific theatre company, The Performance Corporation, skids into town with a trademark slice of choreographed anarchy.

Directed by Jo Mangan
Designed by Suzanne Keogh, Kevin Treacy, Tia Petrovic and Tom Swift.
Action Direction by Donal O’Farrell
Cast: Jill Murphy, Tadgh Murphy and Aidan Turner

The Canterbury Festival 2007
Thursday 18th October – Sunday 21st
Venue: Dreamland Theme Park, Margate
7pm & 9pm (Duration 25 Minutes Approx)

Drive- By is viewed from the comfort of your own car.
Audience must travel to venue with working FM radio.

Booking 01227 378188
Or online at: http://www.canterburyfestival.co.uk

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« Reply #2 on: October 11, 2007, 12:36:22 AM » by Theatre Mala Scena
Web streaming from the premiere in Mala Scena

Theatre Mala Scena is proud to announce the opening of it's new performance:
And Who are You?
The premiere will take place on Sunday 14 at 19,00 CETin Theatre Mala Scena, Medvescak 2, Zagreb, Croatia.

We cordialy Invite you to attend the opening and watchLarisa Lipovac, acclaimed Croatian dancer and choreographer, and Niho Tsukimura, brilliant Japanese actress who is a new member of theatre Mala Scena, in poetic fantasy about differences for children from 3 years up.

If you are not able to come to Zagreb, we are organizing a web streamingdirectly from Mala Scena to your computer. JOIN US on Sunday 14 at 19,00 CET on www.mala-scena.hr <www.mala-scena.hr>  and enjoy the performance!!

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