Call for performances: Between the Seas Festival of Mediterranean Performing Arts

CALL FOR PERFORMANCE SUBMISSIONS
Between the Seas Festival in New York City,
July 22nd- 28th 2013

www.betweentheseas.org

Submissions deadline: January 14th 2013

Contact:betweentheseasfestival@gmail.com


The third edition of Between the Seas Festival will take place from July 22nd to July 28th at the Wild Project theater in the heart of the East Village.
We are now inviting submissions for full and short length works, fully developed or works in progress, original or previously presented, in the fields of theater, dance and music by artists of the Mediterranean and Mediterranean diaspora.We are interested in a broad range of works that may include: works that present new aesthetic developments in the region;adaptations of the classics; performances that explore questions of identity, conflict, the reality of life in the region; and more. For the full call for submissions and detailed guidelines visit: www.betweentheseas.org

Between the Seas was founded in 2010 and it is the first and only festival in North America promoting contemporary Mediterranean performing arts. The annual festival that runs for one week each summer in New York City, has quickly grown into a unique platform of high quality work, presenting some of the most exciting and thought provoking artists working in the Mediterranean region. With an eclectic programming of performances that so far have included Egypt, Israel, Greece, Lebanon, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Canada, Morocco and the US, the festival's past two editions (2011 and 2012) have offered NYC audiences over 20 new works including NYC, USA and world premieres by established and young artists: Balletto Teatro di Sardegna, Lina Abiad, Mancopy Dansekompagni, Elias Aguirre, Rachel Erdos, Ido Tadmor, Korhan Basaran, Malika Zarra, are some of the artists that have honored Between the Seas with their participation.


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