How do we Rebuild Better: International Town Hall with guest speakers Jumatatu Poe and Gable Roelofsen
What will theatre look like after lockdown, and how can we imagine a new future for it?
If we want to rebuild better, we might find inspiration outside our borders, at how artists in other countries and systems organise. Join us for a conversation about how artists in Europe and the US are responding to this moment, their plans for the future, and how freelancers in their respective countries are positioned within their arts funding structures.
We are absolutely thrilled to be joined by:
I am a choreographer and performer based between Philadelphia and New York City who grew up dancing around the living room and at parties with my siblings and cousins. My early exposure to concert dance was through African dance and capoeira performances… read more.
Jumatatu is currently working with a collective of artists on a piece of work entitled ‘Creating New Futures: Working Guidelines for Ethics and Equity in Presenting Dance & Performance’.
An actor, singer, director, writer and producer from Dutch-indies decent. He received his education at the Maastricht academy for Drama, Lincoln Center Theater Directorslab New York City and he conducted an artistic research about innovation in the field op opera and musictheatre at APT-Apass post-graduate in DeSingel, Antwerp…read more
There will be a chance to ask your questions in the session.
Chaired by Gate Artistic Director Ellen McDougall
The Town Hall with also by captioned by Joanne Petre through StageText and the BSL interpreters are Lauren Lister and Anna Kitson.