In: Festival 2017

Where are we now?
20 June 2017

Where are we now? is the question, as well as the lecture and title which closes Romaeuropa Festival’s thirty-second edition. Created…

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ArtOnTime
19 June 2017

Is it possible to match performance art, an art discipline that is by nature ephemeral and temporary, with a crowdfunding project?…

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CRACKING DANILO REA
21 August 2017

Is artificial intelligence going to replace human beings in the near future? Or will this technology be a useful instrument to…

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Lumière III
31 May 2017

Lumière III is using high precision lasers to draw rapid successions of abstract shapes on a screen, in perfect synchronisation with…

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In memory of Trisha Brown
1 June 2017

On 20 March 2017, the announcement of Trisha Brown’s death shook the world of contemporary dance and art. The American choreographer…

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Surrender
31 May 2017

Presented in Bologna during the Ubu Prize to Jan Fabre and for the first time in Rome, Surrender by artist and…

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Nachlass
Pièces sans personnes
29 May 2017

With its shows created through interviews and research conducted in the field, Swiss company Rimini Protokoll – directed by Stefan Kaegi…

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The Ocean is Closed
29 May 2017

Play -according to the cultural historian Johan Huizinga- is a free activity carried out within certain fixed boundaries in time and…

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Chi è il vero italiano?
29 May 2017

Who is the real Italian? In answer to this question, Wunderbaum invites us to a real housing association meeting in an…

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RULE OF THREE
29 May 2017

Following an appearance at Romaeuropa 2015 with ODE TO THE ATTEMPT (a solo for meself) and in 2016 with THE DOGS…

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Les Particules élémentaires
29 May 2017

With his company Si vous pouviez lécher mon cœur, Julien Gosselin appeared on the European theatre scene like a lightning…

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DREAMS & NIGHTMARES
1 June 2017

Organised by the Swiss Institute of Rome (ISR), the ‘migrations, chances et tournements’ project combines theatre, art, science and politics to…

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De Rerum Natura
29 May 2017

With De Rerum Natura – of Titus Lucretius Carus, award-winning actor Roberto Herlitzka brings to the stage the fruits of his…

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#Antropocene
29 May 2017

Among the most important exponents of the ‘first generation’ of so-called narrative theatre, at the Romaeuropa Festival Marco Paolini will be…

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Unwanted
29 May 2017

Originating from Rwanda, a British national based in Marseille, Dorothée Munyaneza began her career as a singer (hers is the voice…

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