Teatr AKT

Teatr AKT (Poland)

Teatr AKT was founded in 1990 in the Stodoła Student Club in Warsaw, and since 1991 it has operated as an association. The core of the company is made up of mime actors – the theatre had grown from the tradition of the Polish school of mime, but it soon started to create its own dramatic language. Experience gathered in the streets forced the actors to vary their means of expression. The basis of their work is still mime, gesture, and image, but it is complemented by the elements of circus, dance and all kinds of acrobatics.

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Voskresinnia Theatre - The Seagull

Voskresinnia Theatre (Ukraine)

Lviv Theatre Voskresinnia was established in Lviv in 1990 on the wave of social transformations and Ukraine’s regained independence. The new stage was created as a result of an agreement between young actors from different Ukrainian towns, and they chose as a leader Yaroslaw Fedoryshyn, a graduate from the Faculty of Drama at the University of Kharkov and GITES in Moscow, a well-known artist and experienced theatre director.

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Le Cirque du Platzak - Kermiz

Le Cirque du Platzak (the Netherlands)

Le Cirque du Platzak – a Dutch music and circus group practicing New Circus. They combine folk music with traditional and innovative circus techniques. The company was founded in 2007 as a music band and performed at music festival in Holland and abroad. For fun, they started cooperation with a bunch of circus students from ACaPA (Academy for Circus and Performance Art) in Tilburg. This collaboration was successful and the reactions of the public and professional critics were very positive. The success encouraged the artists to produce full-scale spectacles and create their own unique style with comedy, dynamic absurd sounds and a wide range of circus tricks. Le Cirque du Platzak uses balance, acrobatics, fire, balls and self-made clubs, a rope, a rolling globe, a cloud-swing, aerial plastic, bottle balance, acro-dance, fakirism and clowning arts.

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