New European plays for and about young people

Calendar

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    Theatre Cafe Berlin

    24/11/14

    Theatre Café Berlin takes place at GRIPS Theater at the end of 2014.

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    Theatre Cafe Frankfurt

    02/12/14

    Theatre Café Frankfurt takes place at Autorenforum at the end of 2014.

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    Theatre Café Amsterdam

    28/05/15

    Theatre Cafe Festival Amsterdam takes place from the 28th to 30th May 2015, at the Toneelmakerij / Jeugdtheater de Krakeling / Theater Bellevue

From the blog

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    Q&A: Peder Opstad, Artistic Director of Grimsborken

    I always look for a good story, and I try to follow my gut feeling: Is this something that would be fun to do? Does it challenge me as an actor? If I were an audience, would I be willing to buy a ticket for this show?

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    Welcome from Oystein Brager

    What is it like to be Musa, living his whole life in Germany as a Libanese, suddenly facing deportation because his family is in fact Turkish? What is it like being a 9 year old girl in Lisbon whose father has no work and can't afford to pay their bills anymore?

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    Q&A: Anders Alnemark from Sweden's Teater Fredag

    To make theatre for a young audience in Sweden doesn't mean that you reach all classes of society anymore. This is an inequity which motivates me to continue my work.

Featured Texts

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    Radha Is Looking Good

    Chandni Mistry & Tal Jakubowiczova
    United Kingdom

    Radha is 24 years old. She doesn’t speak. Only in her head – where the audience is. This play is a rare opportunity to hear her thoughts, dreams and feelings, her loves and hates, and her darkest fears. A frank and touching insight into a young autistic girl’s dreams.

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    White Embers

    Saviana Stanescu
    Romania

    Shari is holding Vicky at gunpoint in her apartment. Meanwhile, Alex and Leslie are flying to Bechnya (a fictional, impoverished land) to adopt a child and bring her home. The stories interlink in a dark yet funny tale of poverty and lonely, unloved children.

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    Heading For High Ground

    Martin Baltscheit
    Germany

    A family of wolves are struggling to survive in the cold woods. A pair of sheep who can’t conceive are suddenly confronted with a baby wolf, which the ewe is keen to adopt as their own.