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.