The play-a poem in three parts- explores the consequences and costs of having a female body and the ways in which the “female condition” of hysteria has punished, controlled and oppressed those who throw stones at the glass case.
An immersive gathering and living museum of performances, installations, and new creations.
A heightened staged reading of a new work by Canadian playwright Amy Lee Lavoie.
Based on Oscar Wilde’s The Selfish Giant and other stories, a multidisciplinary group of artists play amongst ever changing weather and forms of storytelling to discuss the intersectionality of current events.
An exploration of the human crisis that has befallen Venezuela. Elsewhere uses mask and storytelling to explore six lives affected by the Venezuelan crisis.
Theatre-sound installation based on Euripides classic tragedy Medea.
A Finnish idealist sets off for Russia to pursue his dreams of contributing to communism and changing the world through song.