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Appreciative Dialogue

As part of the Cradle of Creativity, Henrik Køhler and Peter Manscher from the Danish Teatercentrum (trans. Theatre Centre) ran a workshop to guide participants through a structured...

Wool & Wood – Let’s Play!

Two materials: wool and wood. We use them every day, in all kinds of different forms, and for all kinds of different reasons. So, what...
Underground Library

Transformative Theatre

The South African production, The Underground Library (written by Jon Keevy and directed by Koleka Putuma), was a strong and exciting ensemble piece with an...

Sharing Stories in SEN Contexts

Carpe Diem School provides for “Physical-, learning- and intellectually impaired learners between the ages of 6 and 18 years, that cannot be accommodated in...

Jump First, Ask Later – A Reflection

Innovative. Inspiring. Groundbreaking. While watching a screening of Jump First, Ask Later on Wednesday night, I was captured by the creative use of real-life stories from...

Karoo Moose: An Audience Reaction

Karoo Moose is a production by Baxter Theatre Centre, of South Africa. It was directed by Lara Foot. Karoo Moose is a powerful production that...

Meeting with Yonela Sithela and Maggi Fernando

YS: My name is Yonela, and my surname is Sithela. I am a Magnet Theatre ex-trainee. I did my training in 2012 and graduated in...

Our House – A Photo Essay

Our House is a co-production between Ishyo Arts Centre (Kigali, Rwanda) and Helios Theatre (Hamm, Germany). It was directed by Barbara Kolling and Carole Karemera. Each story...

Lwanda Sindaphi Reflects

LS: My name is Lwanda Sindaphi. I’m from Delft. I am artistic director of Lingua Franca Spoken Word Movement. I graduated in Magnet Theatre...

A Pair of Shoes and a Whirlwind of Fun

Paired is a charming, inventive and playful performance for two to seven-year-olds, produced by Cape Town's acclaimed Magnet Theatre (with the support of the Goethe-Institut and Helios...

Audience Reactions

FTH:K's What Goes Up…, directed by Jayne Batzofin, is a gentle and playful piece that uses South African Sign Language to explore "the physical and emotional...