The FTA Clinics create a special opening in the Festival, a space-time devoted to nurturing the creative spirit, a moment for reflection, encounters and support. Participants exchange inspirations, methods and even secrets, with the Clinics providing assistance and guidance to theatre and dance artists. Six renowned dramaturges will be on hand, offering their attention, listening skills and their presence to participants. An introductory breakfast get-together, private consultations, ample room for experimentation and the discrete, constant presence of these artisans of thought.

Dramaturges’ Breakfast

Sunday, May 26, 11 a.m.
Coming from a wide range of countries, contexts and artistic practices, our guest dramaturges will touch on their current projects, their concerns and artistic desires. Informal discussions and exchanges around the breakfast table.

Free and open to all
At the QG

 

Viral Dramaturgy

Wednesday, May 29, 2 p.m.
Seminar

All the readings, shared materials and questions of the Clinics will allow to draw a constellation of ideas. Welcome to this workshop open to everyone, at the crossroads of research, art and politics. Dramaturgy as a spring fever.

Moderator Camille Louis + Jessie Mill
Free and open to all
At the QG

 

Reserve a spot for a one-on-one consultation with a dramaturge. Do you have a creative project underway, or lying fallow or temporarily stalled, or a question, problem or unfocused desire to discuss? Take advantage of a private encounter with one of our guest dramaturges. A conversation with no pressing production imperatives, a time to step back and reboot.

What? 90 minutes in English or French, with a guest dramaturge
When? May 27 + 28, by appointment
For whom? Professional theatre and dance artists (15 places)
How much? Free of charge
How? Sign up as only a limited number of places are available, by filling out the online form and sending it to cliniques@fta.ca

 

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Moderator Jessie Mill
Assisted by  Emmanuelle Jetté
In French

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