In this new blog, Maggie and
David from TwoMuch Circus will share what they want to learn from their time on
Roundabout Europe. And off course theyll tell us more about what their
upcoming show is about!
Just three actors and a boat. Third Hand Group hopes to transform this small theatre into a big spectacle! The group is looking forward to be a part of Roundabout Europe.
We wanted to create an outdoor version of our previous indoor show by completely changing its plot. Our goal was to keep the already existing characters of the show. Moreover, we wanted to create experiments with the audience, therefore, we wanted to learn techniques and tricks of how we could involve them. Although we have a five-year experience in performing on the street, we have never done real audience-participatory work.
I had done this one time crazy project in 2018 in my home-country, France: create a performance with more than 30 women in less than 30 hours to show images of sisterhood in public space. I didnt expect it to be more than that, but it was really powerful, so I decided to pursue and it became Capital WOMEN / De femme à FEMMES. My main expectation with applying for Roundabout Europe was to enable this project to become alive once again, and have more women benefit from the experience.
Eliska Brtnicka is telling us all about her two residencies during Roundabout Europe. What did she learn, what could've gone better? Eliska did her residencies at Spoffin in The Netherlands and Out There in the United Kingdom.
Participating in the Roundabout Europe residencies, is different for everyone. So we asked the different artists what it was like for them. In this blogpost, BANDART will tell what Roundabout Europe meant for them as artists and for the show they developed.
Participating in the Roundabout Europe residencies, is different for everyone. So we asked the different artists what it was like for them. In this blogpost, Léa Dant will tell what Roundabout Europe meant for her as artists and for the show she developed.