ITI - Germany
German Centre Of The International Theatre Institute
  • Die Preisträger *innen der EFFE-Awards 2019-20 werden am 26. September 2019 im BOZAR, Center for Fine Arts in Brüssel vorgestellt.

  • euro-scene Leipzig: Wettbewerb „Das beste deutsche Tanzsolo" | Foto: Rolf Arnold, Leipzig

  • Jury Award für deutschen PQ-Beitrag zu Bühnenbildner Bert Neumann (Foto: PQ)

  • Die Jahreskonferenz von Culture Action Europe erörtert Kulturarbeit in ländlichen Räumen.

  • Für das ITI nahm Felix Sodemann den Special Award der Prager Quadriennale 2019 entgegen. (Foto: David Kumermann)

  • Music Theatre Now Gewinner*in 2018: AQUASONIC (Foto: Ambra Vernucci)

  • Den Veränderungsdruck, der auf Theatern lastet, erörterte die Fachtagung zum Theaterpreis des Bundes 2019 in Gera. | © Eva Radünzel

  • Music Theatre Now Gewinner*in 2018: MITRA (Foto: Bernard Coutant)

  • Uraufführung von „Jin Jiyan – Der Aufbruch“ von Anina Jendreyko am Theater Krefeld-Mönchengladbach (April 2019), Foto: Matthias Stutte

  • Music Theatre Now Gewinner*in 2018: FALLING AWAKE (Foto: Alexander Banck-Petersen)

  • Das ITI ist engagiert bei "Die Vielen"

International partnerships for the performing arts

Szenenwechsel (Change of Scene) is a funding programme of the Robert Bosch Stiftung in collaboration with the International Theatre Institute.

The societal changes of the past few years have had a significant impact on the countries of Eastern Europe and North Africa. This is especially apparent in view of contemporary theatre. Being part of the controversy on the social and political upheavals of the past and present new aesthetics are being developed and theatre discourses pushed.

The programme Szenenwechsel aims to stimulate and establish lasting international partnerships between two countries. Between 2013 and 2018 there were six calls for proposals for theatres and independent theatre groups from the German-speaking region (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland) who cooperated with partners in Eastern Europe or Northern Africa. Nearly 60 projects were supported. For the conclusion of the programme the festival and network meeting XCHANGES took place in kampnagel, Hamburg from May 16th to 18th 2019.

Further information can be found  here

Please note that whilst some of the supported projects from the last round of applications are still running till 2020, the programmere is now closed.