Gallery: Les Epoux/Gli Sposi by David Lescot on stage at Bucharest – Teatrul Odeon

Les Epoux/Gli Sposi by David Lescot a show by Frosini/Timpano in the frame of Fabulamundi Playwriting Europe on stage at Bucharest – Teatrul Odeon for the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Ceauşescu regime On Sunday, December 22nd 2019, at Teatrul Odeon in Bucharest, the show Les Epoux – Gli Sposi by David Lescot 

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gallery: Wortstattnächte

On the 18th and 19th October at the Werk X Theatre in Vienna was presented 4 staged readings of contemporary plays, featuring Böhmisches Paradies by Jaroslav Rudiš and Heiliger Krieg by Fabrizio Sinisi. For one weekend contemporary, international drama was presented in the entire area of ​​Werk X. The WIENER WORTSTAETTEN show a representative selection 

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Gallery: Obrador d’estiu 2019: 4 stage readings of Fabulamundi texts

July is an incandescent month for Sala Beckett with the dense and intense program of its annual Obrador d’estiu. Many Fabulamundi authors were involved in all the activities, seminars and stage readings: Ayşe Bayramoğlu (Turkey), Clàudia Cedó (Spain), Guillem Clua (Spain), Ceren Ercan (Turkey), Francesca Garolla (Italy), Ella Hickson (Scottish), Thomas Köck (Austria), Jakob Nolte (Germany), Thomas Perle (Austria), Jaroslav Rudiš 

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gallery/journal: Elżbieta Chowaniec in Bucharest to see her “Gardenia” staged at Teatrul Odeon

Polish playwright Elżbieta Chowaniec went in Bucharest to see her play Gardenia staged at Teatrul Odeon. Here are some pictures of that evening and the moment she met the cast. Here the journal of the author: In the behalf of Fabulamundi Project, I had a chance to see my play ‘Gardenia’ in Bucharest, Romania, staged in Teatrul 

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gallery: Mob Pro in Warsaw

From 5-7 March Teatr Dramatyczny in Warsaw hosted the Mob Pro: the three-day training programme focused on the role and the work of the playwrights in the contemporary society. The theme of this session was We and they – on different aspects of cultural narcissisms and involved international experts and a selection of ten Fabulamundi playwrights: 

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