Nuovo Teatro Sanità

(project leader | Naples, Italy)

Nuovo Teatro Sanità (ntS’) was founded in 2013 in Naples’s Rione Sanità, by a group of theatre professionals, guided by the artistic director Mario Gelardi, that encountered the young inhabitants of the Sanità and built with them a theatre in a former church of  ‘700, creating a real community around it.

Sardegna Teatro

(partner | Cagliari, Italy)

Founded in 1973, Teatro di Sardegna (TdS) was recognized in 2015 by MiBACT as the only Sardinian TRIC, thanks to the project Sardegna Teatro directed by Massimo Mancini, receiving also the MiBACT contribution for the Dance Review. In addition to the production of multidisciplinary performances, TdS expresses its longing for a cooperative society proposing itself as a place of collective experience, training of emerging artists and active involvement of communities.


(partner | Porto, Portugal)

Circolando is a project with the artistic direction of André Braga and Cláudia Figueiredo that develops activities in different artistic areas, focusing on dance theater. The idea of a permanent laboratory is at the core of their thinking, as well as the vocation to develop a creative platform. Their main activities are developed on 5 axes – Residency and Creation, Projects, Programming, Training, Community Projects and Territory.


(partner | Athens, Greece)

Since 2016, Liminal has been promoting equal access to culture, with the goal of developing a creative industry that embraces diversity and pluralism and creates the foundation for equal participation of people with disabilities to the best of their abilities and desires. Through building mixed groups, artistic innovation is promoted and new creative approaches to art are developed. To this end, activity is focused in three key areas: Accessibility Services, Inclusive Arts Education, and Arts Productions.

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