1993 SARAJEVO – tales of a city
Our first transnational co-production, framed by the siege of Sarajevo, written by Goran Stefanovski, with a multi-ethnic ensemble from ex-Yugoslavia, Belgium, Sweden and Spain. On Tour: Belgium, UK, Sweden, Denmark, Germany
1993 & 1994 Re:ORIENT Festival
The first two festivals were initiated by Intercult, supported by Riksteatern and SIDA. After that, Ozan Sunar and his colleagues developed and fine-tuned the concept, making it their own and one of Sweden’s most important intercultural units.
a multilingual co-production with Theatre of Nationalities/Skopje On Tour: Macedonia, Sweden, Germany
1996 Re:MAP EUROPE (co-produced with Copenhagen ’96)
a series of co-productions and guest performances on the theme of migration Denmark, Sweden
1997-1998 LANDSCAPE X (co-produced with Stockholm ‘98)
A three-part series of events and co-productions throughout the year, with EURALIEN at the former National Archives building, written by Groan Stefanovski, production design Sören Brunes.
1999 ALBANIAN TRACES
a series of debates, discussions and co-productions concerning the Albanian diaspora. EU funded.
2000 HOTEL EUROPA
a major co-production involving artists from 13 countries. Text & Structure: Goran Stefanovski. Production Design Sören Brunes. Executive Producer Chris Torch. Co-production and On Tour: Bonner Bienallen, Avignon Festival, Wiener Festwochen, Bologna 2000, Intercult
2002 – 2006 SEAS: Baltikum/Adriatico & Second Wave (North and South)
A series of cultural actions and wandering festivals throughout Europe, from two seas and in 13 different harbour cities. EU funded x 2.
a children’s performance by Mamadou Sene (Senegal/Sweden), written by Mia Törnqvist, directed by Edward Buffalo Bromberg, based on Mamadou’s life story. Over 75 performances.
2006-2007 VIT SAND, VIT SNÖ
A mixed blood touring performance with Åsa Simma, Mamadou Sene and Nils Personne, for mixed audiences. Over 65 performances.
A co-production with Teater Tribunalen, written and directed by Mia Törnqvist, with an ensemble including among others Lotta Tejle and Jakob Tham. Performed only in Stockholm.
A series of lectures, workshops and performance with the high point The House of Bernarda Alba, by Garcia Lorca, driected by Roberto Ciulli (Theater an der Ruhr) with an ensemble of Iran’s finest actresses.
A co-production with the Beograd theatre Atelier 212, written by Bilijana Srbljanovic, directed by Aleksandar Popovski. In Serbian, English and Swedish, with Etienne Glaser and Åsa Simma.
2007-2008 NYA PJÄSER, NYA VÄRLDAR
A festival and a competetition for new plays by new Swedes on migration themes.
2008 HOME NOT HOME
The European Year of Intercultural Dialogue co-commissioned a major Flagship in each Member State. This was Sweden’s contribution, Intercult designed, partnering with Riksteatern, Riksutställningar and Re:Orient.
2009-2011 FAST FORWARD
A series of workshops, residencies and lectures in Sweden, Macedonia and Serbia. Video art, dance and performance across borders. Curator: Corina Oprea.
2009-2010 TRIUMF OCH TRAGEDI
A co-production with the Swedish Royal Opera, written by poet Daniel Boyacioglu, commissioned by Intercult.
2009-2010 GLORIOUS DEATH
A co-production both for SEAS and as a touring production, written by Mia Törnqvist, conceived and directed by Dritero Kasapi, starring countertenor Nuri Harun Ates.
2007-2010 Black/North SEAS (including Istanbul 2010) and SEAS X
A continuation of SEAS I, turning the axis to explore the Black Sea and North Sea regions. 12 harbour cities, 13 commissions, 75 artists and technicians, including BADco (Croatia), Hotel Pro Forma (Denmark), SKART (Serbia) and SIGNA (Denmark).