International visitor’s programme

During the 7th edition of CPH STAGE in 2019 we organise a Visitor’s Programme on the international days May 27th to 29th. This visitors’s programme is aimed at international performing arts programmers who are interested in Danish Performing Arts.

 

The Visitor’s Programme will give you the possibilities to:

– Dive into the CPH STAGE international programme – see the selected works

– Immerse yourself in the work of Danish and international artists – see the programme (you’ll get accreditation for the shows – as long tickets are available)

– Take part in discussions and meetings in the international industry programme .

– Share some time with International and Danish professionals

– Discover interesting venues in Copenhagen

 

The visitor’s program is available only on invitation. We are looking for professionals with a special interest for the Danish performing arts field.

Please contact International Producer Karen Toftegaard, karen@cphstage.com.


>>> CPH STAGEs International days 27. – 29. May 2019

(NB: sneak-starting 26. May late afternoon) <<<

CPH STAGE facilitates three international days where International and Danish colleagues meet each other. Living in a small country – we aim to create a joyful atmosphere and a possibility to get to know Danish performing arts. The days consists of an international artistic programme (both selected and fringe), an industry programme and international visitor’s programme for professional presenters, producers, self-producing artists and press.

This year we have made an official show-programme, based on curated shows, to meet the needs for guidance in the overwhelming fringe festival programme that presents more than 100 shows. Besides there is a large variety of shows, relevant for an international audience. Have a look right here (website programme) and in this document (with notes).

 

CPH STAGE 2019 – international industry programme
This year we’re focusing on the works. How do we work with the art works after the premiere? How do we present them before they have been made? How do we talk about them? We like giving people the best settings for meeting and sharing reflections, perspectives and thoughts-in-the-moment. That means that every day contains at least one informal or formal meeting-you event.


26. May – gently beginning the international days..

17.00 – 19.00: MEETING THE CITY > Boattrip with Danish and international colleagues on the Copenhagen Canals.

20.00: AN EVE AND AN ADAM by Granhøj Dans [Dance]

[TEATER GROB]

21.00 – 00.00: LATE NIGHT BAR


27. May 

[NØRREBRO TEATER]

9.30 – 10.00: GOOD MOORNING… coffee and tea…

10.00 – 10.30: INTRODUCTION > to the Danish performing arts scene [by an artist and a critic]

10.30 – 12.00: WORKING WORKS > Inspirational cases about how to work with works after the premiere.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Director and Executive Producer Glynis Hall from the agency Glynis Henderson Productions [UK]
  • Artistic Director Kira Kirsch at the venue Brut in Vienna [AU]

12.00 – 12.30: A BITE AND A CHAT

12.30 – 14.00: WORKING WORKS > PITCH of selected Danish works – new and touring

14.00 – 15.30: INTERNATIONAL RECEPTION > This is where we meet and greet

 

[for the ones attending the international visitor’s programme we will arrange transportation]

16.00 – 17.00: …to be confirmed… / SENSUOUS GOVERNING by Sisters Hope [Immersive – 180 minutes]

18.00 – 19.00: ART OF DYING by Paolo Nani & Kristján Ingimarsson [physical comedy/mime]

20.00 – 21.00: POST NO BILLS by X-Act (Kitt Johnson) [Dance]

[TEATER GROB]

21.00 – 00.00: LATE NIGHT BAR  

[PAKHUS 11]

22.15 – 23.15: SILICIUM by Bjørn Svin and Carl Emil Carlsen [music experience in holographic stage]


28. May

[NØRREBRO TEATER]

9.00 – 11.00: Brunch with International and Danish colleagues [this event will include food, coffee and facilitated networking]

11.00 – 11.20: TALKING WORKS > Keynote speak about how to give critical feedback on art works

11.20 – 13.00: WORKING WORKS > Reflection session with critical feedback on working works internationally. NB: This is a working session where International and Danish companies, theatres, presenters, producers, agents can start a critical, constructive dialogue about developing works in an international context.

[for the ones attending the international visitor’s programme we will arrange transportation]

14.00 – 15.00: HUMAN IN BALANCE by Don Gnu [Dance/circus]

16.00 – 17.00: AN EVE AND AN ADAM by Granhøj Dans [Dance]

18.00 – 19.00: THE ULTIMATE BATTLE by NORDIC BEASTS (Noora Hannula) [Dance/Virtual Reality]

20.00: ART OF DYING by Paolo Nani & Kristján Ingimarsson [physical comedy/mime] // ROCKY by Husets Teater (Tue Biering) [Danish Drama] // by  THE SOCIETY OF LOST SOULS by Jo Strømgren/Corpus [Dance]

[TEATER GROB]

21.00 – 00.00: LATE NIGHT BAR


29. May

This day the international days meet the Annual Meeting in Danish Performing arts [the programme will be in English]

[HOTEL AVENUE – Åboulevarden 29]

9.00: Bus from Hotel to Pakhus 11

[PAKHUS 11]

9.30 – 10.30: CHRONICLE OF LIGHT YEAR [Taiwan/DK] (Virtual Reality]

11.00 – 11.30: BOATTRIP WITH COFFEE to The Royal Danish Playhouse

[THE ROYAL DANISH PLAYHOUSE]

11.30 – 13.00: KEYNOTE > Kay Voges Artistic Director Schauspiel Dortmund 

13.00 – 15.00: OUT DOOR LUNCH…it has become a tradition at CPH STAGE to host an outdoor lunch for the Danish performing arts industry…this is it. You’re welcome.

[for the ones attending the international visitor’s programme we will arrange transportation]

16.00 – 17.00: …to be confirmed… // SENSUOUS GOVERNING by Sisters Hope [Immersive – 180 minutes. NB: can be combined with EXTENDED FALLS TO HUMANITY]

18.00 – 19.30: EXTENDED FALLS TO HUMANITY by Recoil Performance Group [Immersive – 180 minutes – one can stay till the end]

20.00 – 23.00: DARK NOON by Republique (Tue Biering) [Danish Drama / Performance] // HUMAN IN BALANCE by Don Gnu [Dance/circus] // ROCKY by Husets Teater (Tue Biering) [Danish Drama]

[ALLEENBERG – Copenhagen’s historical theatre bar]

21.00 – 00.00: LATE NIGHT BAR


CREDITS

The Development Platform for Performing Arts is strategic collaborator. CPH STAGEs international industry programme is supported by The Danish Arts Foundation and The Danish Cultural Institute a.o.

 

Information

Please contact International Producer Karen Toftegaard, karen@cphstage.com, for more information.