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Dear Magdalena Network,

The TWB Network Facebook Group has launched!

For 20 years, Theatre Without Borders has been committed to “Connecting Artists Globally.” 

Did you know that our Theatre Without Borders network includes over 800 people on the mailing list, over 800 people on the old Network Directory, with over 4,000 followers on our Facebook Page? 

We are a community of 6,000 theatre artists and organizations around the world! 

Site- and time-specific circus and performance


OPEN CALL

to participate in the 1st international ThinkTank

November 20th to 24th, 2024 at CircusMühle Kelbra, Germany

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'Theater approach for the here and now' - Our working method explained in a book!

Last week, ZID Theater officially launched the crowdfunding campaign on the platform of www.voordekunst.nl for the realization of 'Theatre approach for the here and now' - a practical handbook with valuable knowledge, experiences and tools developed by ZID. Packed with inspiration, practical tools and insightful stories!

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Los videos caseros documentan mi trayectoria teatral desde 1972.

Musician & Magdalena Treasurer Meg has recently released her debut EP under her artist project MEG ELLA, a collection of songs intricately orchestrated with vocals, piano, strings and brass.


We are excited to announce that we have been offered sponsored website hosting and discounted web development by Koumbit, a Canadian non-profit organisation and open source web development and hosting company.

The Magdalena Project Across Borders


WOMEN PERFORMING EUROPE is part of the Erasmus+ EU Programme of cooperation partnerships with international activities organized by four organisations: Protagon e.V.(Germany), Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium/Odin Teatret (Denmark), Teatro Nucleo (Italy), Stowarzyszenie Grupa Artystyczna Teraz Poliz (Poland).

Performance Research Journal

Submission deadline approaching for 30.1 On Music

highlights from northern Thailand

We are happy to share our recent project in Northern Thailand. We had the privilege of collaborating with 10 local organizations that assist boys and girls who have been victims of trafficking.

This new documentary film explores the origins, performances, personalities and fate of Red Mole, the legendary theatre group which included Magdalena Aotearoa co-founder Sally Rodwell, mask and puppet virtuouso Deborah Hunt, the poet Alan Brunton and many others from Aotearoa’s alternative arts community of the early 1970s.

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