Theatre Café Oslo25/04/14
Theatre Cafe Festival Oslo takes place from the 25th to 27th April 2014, at the Cafeteatret / Nordic Black Theatre in Hollendergata 8.
Theatre Cafe Berlin24/11/14
Theatre Café Berlin takes place at GRIPS Theater at the end of 2014.
Theatre Cafe Frankfurt02/12/14
Theatre Café Frankfurt takes place at Autorenforum at the end of 2014.
From the blog
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?
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.
Pedagogical glasses - Michael Ramlose
There is a constant discussion going on - in fact it is a never ending world wide discussion - whether theatre for young audiences should be pedagogical or not.
Radha Is Looking Good
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.
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.
Heading For High Ground
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.