IN CANADA, MONTREAL
NEDERLAND: NOUVELLES SCENES DES PAYS-BAS
From 18 to 23 of November 2013
at Usine C, 1345 avenue Lalonde, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
A special Dutch week at Usine C, a multidisciplinary center for creation and presentation in Montreal, NEDERLAND: NOUVELLES SCENES DES PAYS-BAS with Strijbos & Van Rijswijk performing Air Sensible and Ivo van Hove, director of Toneelgroep Amsterdam, as guest for a discussion meeting on the emerging Dutch scene and their transmission.
Funded and organised by Performing Arts Fund NL, Dutch Performing Arts, The Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands and A propic.
NEDERLAND: NOUVELLES SCENES DES PAYS-BAS gives you the opportunity to experience what is being made in The Netherlands. 5 days to discover dance, theatre, music and other performances in 70 hours of shows from Dutch award winning artists. More than a dozen artists, selected for their natural ability, take a look at our society, reflect their contemporary concerns at the time of globalization and the crisis. Next to a program of full performances, the Dutch week will consist of workshops, dance films, after talks and meet & greet with the artists. Read all about this project
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