Gallery: Avinguda Nacional by Jaroslav Rudiš at Sala Beckett

Avinguda Nacional by Czech author Jaroslav Rudiš at Sala Beckett From 24/11/2020 to 29/11/2020 Author: Jaroslav Rudiš
 Translation: Naila Rami Oms
 Directing and adaptation: Martí Torras Mayneris Cast: Patrícia Bargalló, Babou Cham, Josep Julien and Oriol Roca Set design: Judit Colomer
 Lighting: Gane Gil
 Costumes, characterisation and movement: Fàtima Campos
 Sound: Oscar Villar Music: Oriol Roca
 Make-up: Mercè Sancamps Costume adaptation: Giulia Grumi and Eli Siles
 Stage combat: Isaac Morera
 Assistant director: Fàtima [...]

Gallery: Panorama Roma: 5 twinned authors at Short Theatre 2020

Panorama Roma, project cured by Fabrizio Arcuri, grew from the fabric of Short Theatre and brought together other Roman organisations. It refers to a co-creative zone of research and reflection that caters to the needs of Rome’s artistic community in which they are invited to share facets of their creative journey and modus operandi. In [...]

radioplay: Brefs entretiens avec des femmes exceptionnelles by Joan Yago

Here below we publish the radioplay of Short Interviews with Exceptional Women by Spanish author Joan Yago, produced by Theatre Ouvert (Paris, France). BREFS ENTRETIENS AVEC DES FEMMES EXCEPTIONNELLES text by Joan Yago translation by Laurent Gallardo creation of Collectif Le Grand Cerf Bleu mise en voix Collectif Le Grand Cerf Bleu (Laureline Le Bris-Cep, [...]

Gallery: Mousson d’ètè 2020

During the Mousson d’été 2020 there were a lot of Fabulamundi activities: from the 21st to the 26th August, the Catalan author Helena Tornero will lead a workshop about contemporary dramaturgy at Université d’été européenne. from 21 August to 25 August: À table! a collective play made by 4 Fabulamundi authors, with texts of Tomasz [...]

Press review: Mob Pro in Târgu Mureș

From 21st to 23rd January there has been the Mob Pro in Romania, three days of meeting and training to stimulate and raise awareness through open discussions on the role and position of playwrights in contemporary society. This time the theme was “Interculturalism and Self-identification”. Click here to read an article about those days.

Gallery: workshop Alexandra Badea at Mousson

Alexandra Badea has been commissioned by the festival to write a text around the theme of this edition: “ACT!”, which she has entitled “Quelqu’un quelque part va continuer à marcher” (Someone someplace will keep on walking). This new text has been staged and rehearsed by 15 student-actors from the TUN and 5 amateur actors, during [...]