The ETC Roadshow facilitates the international promotion and representation of ETC Member Theatres and their theatre productions in key sector events in Europe and beyond.

Next stop: 

PAMS, Seoul, Korea
11-14 October 2023

ETC Roadshow, PAMS

Do you want to be a part of our Roadshow to PAMS in Seoul, Korea (11-14 October 2023)?

Contact ETC Project & Network Manager Hélène Gauthier until 11 September 2023:

ETC offers ten 600 € travel grants, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Previous stops: 

European Theatre Talks, Festival d'Avignon, France
7 July 2023

ETC Roadshow, European Theatre Talks

The European Theatre Talks aim to facilitate dialogue between artists and policymakers at the European level. Organised by the European Theatre Convention, this conference presents the results of the European Theatre Forum 2023, a high-level event for the field organised by the EU in the spring of 2023, with a focus on experiments on sustainability and online distribution. Theatre directors and managers as well as policymakers are invited to exchange with the public in Avignon.

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Asia TaiwanWeek, Taiwan 

9-15 April 2023


ETC Roadshow, Asia TaiwanWeek -  For ETC Members only

Headed by ETC President Serge Rangoni, an ETC delegation travelled to our roadshow stop at 'Taiwan Week', between 9 - 15 April, upon the invitation of the National Theatre & Concert Hall Taipei (NTCH), as part of an international group of leading theatre programmers and producers from around the world.

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CINARS, Montréal, Canada

7-12 November 2022

Together with CINARS, one of the largest performing arts conferences in North America, ETC aims to explore the possibility of initiating international exchange and circulation projects for performing arts between Canada and Europe.

An ETC Delegation travelled to the CINARS Biennial from 7-12 November 2022, meeting playwrights, discovering offering training courses and mentoring for directors, and encouraging projects between theatre producers and programmers.

Meet the ETC delegation at CINARS:

  • Vlad Troitsky, Artistic director, Dakh Theatre – Centre of Contemporary Arts, Kyiv/Ukraine
  • Jonathon Thonon, Deputy General Manager, Head of European Projects and Innovation, Théâtre de Liège/Belgium 
  • Jennifer Weiss, Dramaturg, Volkstheater Vienna/Austria 
  • Claudia Bossard, Director, Schauspielhaus Graz/Austria 
  • Mario Simon, Head of Digital Media, Academy for Theatre and Digitality, Theater Dortmund/Germany 
  • Juris Zagars, General Manager, Dailes Theatre, Riga/Latvia
  • Alexander Boureanu, General Manager, National Theatre Craiova/Romania 
  • Marko Bratus, Artistic Director, Slovenian National Theatre Nova Gorica/Slovenia 
  • Piet Menu, Artistic Director, Het Zuidelijk Toneel/The Netherlands
  • Ekaterina Mazmishvili, Artistic Director and General Manager and Nutsa Burjanadze, International Program and Projects Coordinator, Tbilisi International Festival of Theatre/Georgia – online 
  • Miriam Kicinova, Artistic Director of Drama, Slovak National Theatre, Bratislava/Slovakia – online 
  • Heidi Wiley, Executive Director and Hélène Gauthier, Project & Network Manager, European Theatre Convention, Berlin/Germany 

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