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  • Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre: Presentation of the project Young Europe 2 yesterday in Ghent as part of the annual meeting in cultural education. The European Theatre Convention was represented by Jan Linders, Director of the Theatre Department at the Staatstheater Karlsruhe, Germany
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  • Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre: At the International Theatre Festival in Avignon, the ETC will share its work experience in the panel "International collaboration and young audiences" presenting the successful European youth theatre project “Young Europe”. The panel is organised by Assitej France on July 18 at 14h30 at the Cloître Saint Louis in Avignon. http://www.assitejfrance.fr/
    ASSITEJ France – Centre français de l'Association Internationale du Théâtre pour l'Enfance et la...
  • Etc Cte: 2 years of project in one final newsletter: http://etc-cte.org/newsletter/newsletter.php?code=78 Watch also the documentary of the Young Europe festival : https://vimeo.com/75020531
    Young Europe 2
  • Nándor Nagy: Dear Young Europe Festival! Thanks for the beautiful three days. That was a wonderful experience. I would like to add my congratulations to the many you will be receiving. I hope our contact will continue in the future. Nándor Nagy from Hungary (composer and pianist)
  • Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre: The Young Europe festival takes place from May 13-16 2013 in the Theater an der Parkaue Berlin. Don't miss the chance to see the 6 productions created during Young Europe and meet the artistic teams from Cyprus, Hungary, Germany, France, Finland, Norway and the Netherlands. The programme brochure is now available! http://etc-cte.org/base.php?code=644
    Young Europe festival in Berlin May 2013
  • Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre: A trilingual play by De Toneelmakerij (Amsterdam) and Det Norske Teatret (Oslo)
    Ik, Ich, I
  • Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre: January 23 at 19:00 - Premiere of the play 15:15, coproduced by Helsinki City Theatre and Theater an der Parkaue. Watch the trailer http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2ou-gPFfd6s
    15 15 Trailer_THEATER AN DER PARKAUE
  • Marina Maleni: At last!!! Our much awaited premiere is taking place tomorrow, at the new State Theatre, home of THOC (Cyprus Theatre Organization) in Nicosia. "Kali-Kantzar and Co" is a musical, unexpected, extreme, amazing, exciting and beautiful. Saturday, January 12th, 6pm.
  • Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre: Christmas is Coming..! And so are the ‘Kalikantzaroi’ in the two latest Young Europe 2 Premieres http://etc-cte.org/newsletter/newsletter.php?code=62
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  • Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre: What is happening at the Cyprus Theatre Organisation? Seems like some Kalikantzaroi are already appearing... more infos to come soon
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  • Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre: Trailer of 15:15 Helsinki City Theatre (Young Europe 2 coproduction with Theater an der Parkaue) http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=o0fubemRfjQ
    15:15 - Studio Pasila
  • Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre: 8 young people from Berlin and Helsinki have written a common play using an online collaborative writing tool developed by Helsinki City Theater and Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences named Noodi. The play is written in English, and then translated into Finnish and German to be finally staged by artistic casts from both countries. The writing process has been driven by two theatre pedagogues, Emma Puikkonen, from Helsinki and Julia Schreiner, from Berlin under the theme of chaos. The German version will be staged by Sascha Bunge, the artistic director of the Theater an der Parkaue and the Finnish version by his colleague, Kari Rentola, artistic director of the Helsinki City Theatre.
    15:15 - Helsinki City Theatre
  • Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre: Watch pictures of "15:15" coproduced by Helsinki City Theatre and Theater an der Parkaue http://etc-cte.org/delegation_gallery.php?code=186
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  • Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre: Young Europe 2 premieres : Palinkantzaroi at the Miskolc National Theatre (HU) on Dec 4, IK/EG at the Det Norske Teatret (NO) on Feb 22 and on March 13 at De Toneelmakerij (NL) http://etc-cte.org/news.php?sn=120#n120
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  • Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre: Steven Clark talking about new trends in artistic education in Europe during the Young Europe 2 conference in Miskolc
    Young Europe 2 conference (Miskolc National Theatre, HU) - Steven Clark (ANRAT International Officer
  • Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre: Radio interview with the actors of the play "La Vache et le commissaire", in German "Fragen Fragen, Questionner les questions" coproduced by the TJP Strasbourg and the Junges Staatstheater Karlsruhe http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06TVevxU9EQ&feature=share
    La vache et le commissaire
    • ETC presents Young Europe 2

      Young Europe 2

      Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre 2011-2013

      "Young Europe 2" is an artistic education project developed under the umbrella of the European Theatre Convention with the patronage of Mrs. Doris Pack, Member of the European Parliament and President of Committee on Education and Culture of the European Parliament.

      For the 2nd time, the ETC develops with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Commission the 2 year European artistic education project: "Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre" with the aim to establish a European multilingual drama repertoire for young people, focusing on artistic education through theatre and multilingualism in theatre. Based on the successful first project edition, which was attended from 2008-2010 by over 20 000 young people in 8 countries, "Young Europe 2" will take place until autumn 2013 offering young theatre professionals and adolescents across Europe to work and create across multilingual borders.

      8 ETC member theatres in 7 countries (Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, The Netherlands, Norway) commission four new plays written with the support of young people and will produce seven new performances that will be translated into eight languages to be staged and circulated in European schools and theatres. "Young Europe 2" carries the ambition to further enhance the development of a European drama repertoire for young audiences, to exchange best European working practices in theatre, to provide international working opportunities for young artists and to lay the grounds for sustainable relationships between theatres and schools in complementing the artistic education curricula.

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      Young Europe 2
      theatre partners

      Staatstheater Karlsruhe Det Norske Teatret Helsinki City Theatre Parkaue Miskolc National Theatre Cyprus Theatre Organisation De Toneelmakerij TJP

      Supporters

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      "This work programme has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein".
      Fondation Hippocrene

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      Editorial

      Culture serves as an important source of creativity and innovation. As there are various cultures in the European Union, cultural diversity has thus always been one of the European cornerstones in order to promote the intercultural dialogue between the different member states. For me it is consequently crucial that young European citizens learn to be receptive and open to other cultures and languages.

      I am therefore very honoured to patron the ETC flagship project "Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre" that promotes the access to culture through education and wish that this project encourages the intercultural and multilingual exchange among young people."

      Mrs Doris Pack,
      Patron of Young Europe
      Member of the European Parliament and President of the Committee on Culture and Education of the European Parliament, Germany

      The Europe we are living, creating and sharing together, is the Europe where today’s children and youths will make the decisions tomorrow. It is a Europe shaped by our turbulent and hesitant progress, transition fears and expectations, local prejudices and global freedoms, lost ideals and the desire to return to them. This is a Europe of different languages, cultures, traditions, different pasts and perhaps different dreams of the future. But, it is a Europe with an equal desire for understanding, coexistence and a better tomorrow. A Europe we pass on to the young.

      What the Young Europe 2: Multilingual Creation and Education in Theatre programme offers is a picture of European differences in a joint artistic effort to emphasise the unchanging values which connect us. These are measured by the openness of the young to go beyond boundaries and find opportunities for a different and better unity. Theatre, as a mirror on our world, is surely a guarantee for the future of the young, those who imagine a better tomorrow for the Europe of today.

      Mrs Dubravka Vrgoč
      President of the European Theatre Convention, Artistic and general director of the z/k/m and World Theatre Festival Zagreb, Croatia