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Residency of ErosAntEros

presented by POLIS Teatro Festival
Participating countries:
  • Italy
  • Montenegro
  • North Macedonia
  • Theatre


  • From 01-02-2023 to 31-12-2023
Generation #1


Italy Open location

Project summary

The project raises awareness on climate change through theatre, creating a network of international theatres (POLIS Teatro Festival – Italy, Festival of International Alternative Theatre – Montenegro, MOT International Theatre Festival – North Macedonia) to support the production and development in their respective territories of the new participatory and site-specific performance GAIA by ErosAntEros. The performance will be adaptable to the spaces and communities it encounters, through the engagement of associations, young actors and climate activists in workshops that will precede the staging and through meetings with climate change and theatre scholars. GAIA is a performance focused on the environmental catastrophe and the exploitation of the Earth by humans.



Biography: ErosAntEros was born from the union of Davide Sacco, stage director, and Agata Tomšič, actress and dramaturg, in 2010. Their artistic research brings forward an engaged theater that does not give up the aesthetic value of form, in a strong relation whit the history, the present and the places in which is created, with the aim to connect theater to life and make the imagination a tool to transform reality. They have been produced by: Emilia Romagna Teatro, Théâtre National du Luxembourg, Ravenna Festival, Campania Teatro Festival, Teatro della Toscana, Teatro Piemonte Europa, Teatro della Tosse. They participated in international projects at: Festival d’Avignon (in 2022 with European Theatre Convention; in 2018 with ProHelvetia and MiBACT); Piran2025 candidacy as European Capital of Culture (artistic consultants 2019-2020); F.I.N.D. plus festival - Schaubühne (in 2015 with ERT and Prospero Project); Grotowski Institute and Odin Teatret (2014-2017). They direct POLIS Teatro Festival.

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