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COVID-19 brought several challenges to the cultural sector that saw their operations been strongly affected by the pandemic crisis. In order to respond to these challenges, Digital Theatre project aims to provide digital skills to theatre professionals (and other professionals interested in theatre on a professional and non-professional level), helping them to remain active, market-relevant and maintain their theatrical operations as usual.
The course will take place online, over 10 sessions (planned dates: 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 and 29 of november and 5, 6, 12, e 13 of december de 2022 between 10h and 13h) and aims to equip theatre professionals with digital skills to create and transmit a digital play and will also include the development of a play using new methodologies, content and tools. One of the aims of this course is to share good practices between theatre professionals from the different countries of the partnership, so some of the course participants will be invited to develop and integrate an international digital play.

Don’t miss the opportunity to learn in advance about these innovative resources that can transform your work in the digital context and to work together with theatre professionals from different European countries!Participation in the Training Course is completely free but requires prior registration. Register here!

For further information, please contact the project manager Cláudia Dias, by email

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