Youth Encounter, Berlin18/07/15
Young people from each of the participant countries (Germany, Netherlands, Norway, and the UK) meet in Berlin for a week this summer to develop extracts of four new plays.
Theatre Cafe at the Danish Embassy, London16/10/15
Theatre Café Festival 2014-15 wraps up in a one-day event focusing on Danish plays and hosted by the Danish Embassy in London.
From the blog
Welcome from Stefan Fischer-Fels and Henrik Adler
Theatre Cafe has come to Berlin! In GRIPS Podewil on 2nd and 3rd of December is where you’ll find it.
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?
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?
Too Small To Be A Planet
Too Small To Be A Planet was originally written for Company of Angels’ playwriting project for schools, The Commissioners.
This Dutch play will be presented at Theatre Cafe Berlin and Frankfurt in a new German translation by Rosemarie Still.
Beneath The Kindergarden
This Norwegian play will be presented at Theatre Cafe Festival Berlin and Frankfurt, in a new German translation by Geesche Wartemann.