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News and announcements from members of the Magdalena Project network.

Browse news and announcements posted by members of the network. For events, please see the calendar. Registered members may post relevant news items to this page.

by Sophie Kasser and Gráinne O'Carroll

In this performance, we investigate the identity of our being women as well as our different body shapes, constructions and masks. We wonder what makes a person strong. Why are certain figures placed on pedestals, raised to a higher statute, publicly displayed, flattered, frozen in time? We invite the public to break the mould and discover a fluid state and identity without the weight of stone.

Gilla Cremer in Deutschland
der Herbst wird bunt: Mit sechs unterschiedlichen Produktionen im Gepäck geht es auf die Reise. Vielleicht spielt Gilla Cremer auch ganz in Ihrer Nähe?

The Dublin Arts and Human Rights Festival, 15-24 October 2021, showcases the extraordinary work of human rights defenders in Ireland and around the world, past and present, and the role of the arts and artists in promoting human rights today.


We are inexpressibly grateful for your support thus far - and we are overjoyed to report that one of our Afghan Bond Street Theatre artists is finally safe in Doha with her three children. 


premiere

Premiere of Frau Mit Automat in Poland!

call for articles, perspectives, performances and reviews
we would love to hear your feedback!

The organisers of the first online Magdalena festival, Bodies:On:Live, would love to hear feedback from those who participated in any of the events.

interviews by Ileana Citaristi

Dance Across Genres is a series of five conversations between Ileana Citaristi and renowned speakers including Julia Varley and Parvathy Baul.

the interviews

To mark the 35th anniversary of the Magdalena Project we are producing a series of 35 interviews with women who have contributed significantly to the Magdalena since it began.

Sandra Pasini's "Song for Magdalena", written for the Project's 35 anniversary in 2016, was featured at Bodies:On:Live, the first online Magdalena festival.

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