Tools for Tomorrow

Part of the Festival, but protected from its cheerful din, is a space-time dedicated to the artistic community.

The third edition of the FTA Clinics will focus on support for theatre and dance artists. Six dramaturges, six seminal figures from here and elsewhere are invited to share their munitions: tools, sources of inspiration, ideas, anything in service to artistic creation. Three days to work, discuss, comprehend, glean and chew over ideas.

Moderators Émilie Martz-Kuhn + Jessie Mill Assistance Emmanuelle Jetté

Guest Dramaturges Bart van den Eynde (Bruxelles) + Sarah Israël (Munich) + Alexandros Mistriotis (Athènes) + Leyla-Claire Rabih (Dijon + Berlin) + Elise Simonet (Montreuil) + Kouam Tawa (Bafoussam)

In French

 


Private Consultations

Do you have an artistic project underway, one that’s lying fallow or is simply stuck? Take advantage of a private chat with one of our guest dramaturges in a conversation free of the constraints and imperatives of production, a moment to step back and reflect, to gather momentum. Untie the knots so as to better dream, and better create.

WHAT?  90 minutes in French or English, with a guest dramaturge
WHEN? May 28 +29, by appointment
FOR WHOM? Professional theatre and dance artists (15 places)
HOW MUCH? Free of charge
HOW? Sign up for a consultation, as only a limited number of places available by filling up the online registration form: cliniques @ fta.ca

Registration required (12 participants only)
In English and French

Registration Form

 


Day 1 – May 27

Saturday
At the QG

Dramaturges’ Breakfast

Between coffee and toast, our guests recount their artistic adventures, their workshops, their rich and diverse artistic context. Guaranteed to open eyes and loosen tongues. Come and meet !


Day 2 – May 28

Private consultations

 


Day 3 – May 29

Reinspire the Work
At the QG

Following the private consultations is a general discussion of issues facing playwrights, plus discoveries and advice to be shared with all participants. Questions, reading aloud, analysis and debate. Guest dramaturges, artists and spectators respond to the ideas discussed, rooting out key elements and munitions for the future.