New International Encounter
|Also known as||New International Theatre Encounter, NIE|
|Organisation type||Artist company, Theatre company|
|Main focus||Multidisciplinary art, Theatre, International work, Musical theatre|
|Website||NIE: New International Encounter: Visual Theatre|
|Expressions||Multidisciplinary, Puppetry, Musical theatre, Performance, Theatre|
About New International Encounter
NIE - New International Encounter is a company of international and multilingual collaboration between theatre workers from different European countries and traditions. The core of the group is made up of a collaboration between 20 artists from Norway, Great Britain, Poland, Czech Republic, Belgium, Spain, Denmark and France. NIE are cooperating with different European theatres, institutions, groups and artists in their projects.Read more
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- Gulljerven 2019
in category Årets tilbakemelding
- Gulljerven 2019
Nominated in category Årets tilbakemelding
- The Hedda Award 2017
in category Best production for youth
- Danse- og teatersentrums scenekunstpris (The performing arts award of Performing Arts Hub Norway) 2011
in category Danse- og teatersentrums scenekunstpris (The performing arts award of Performing Arts Hub Norway) 2011
- Gullsekken 2011
in category Gullsekken 2011
- Honorary President Award 2011
in category Honorary President Award 2011
- Dafne-prisen 2000
in category Dafne-prisen 2010
- We come from far, far away (Nov, 2016)
- The Emigrants (7 May. 2016)
- Hansel and Gretel (18 Sep. 2014)
- End of Everything Ever (21 Nov. 2013)
- My Long Journey Home (20 Nov. 2013)
- North North North! (9 May. 2013)
- Hansel and Gretel (14 Dec. 2012)
- Tales from the River Thames (12 Jun. 2012)
- Museum of Memories (27 Apr. 2012)
- Twist (16 Dec. 2011)
- Tales from the Middle of Town (6 Oct. 2011)
- Tales from a Sea Journey (13 Jan. 2011)
- Tales from the Middle of Town (4 Oct. 2010)
- Berlin 1961 (6 Jun. 2009)
- Das Schiff (25 Mar. 2009)
- Everything Falls Apart (20 Jan. 2009)
- Songs of Lost Treasures (10 Feb. 2008)
- Trilogy (9 Feb. 2008)
- My Life with the Dogs (2 Nov. 2006)
- Instant Epic (2006)
- Miramarmora (1 Jan. 2005)
- Past Half Remembered (1 Aug. 2002)
- 80 Days
- Brothers and Sisters
More about New International Encounter
NIE is an international project that brings together theatre artists from different backgrounds, traditions and training's to create original performances.
The productions are built based on a wish to among other things use the different languages actively to create opposites, misunderstandings and confusion as an element in many of the performances. NIE uses all theatrical means available - music, light, animation, design, words, dancing, sounds, clown, buffoon, tragedy, puppets, singing - to create theatre that is alive and by turns comic, tragic, ridiculous and disturbing.
NIE was formed in 2001 and rehearsed its first three shows in the old Sokol gymnastic hall in Mseno, a small village in the north of the Czech Republic. We now have an office in Cambridge, UK and in Oslo, Norway.
Aims: To create original and remarkable theatre performances.
To foster understanding and exchange of ideas between theatre artists from different European countries, different traditions and different training's.
To explore and extend the possibilities of performance in different languages to work in a fusion and confusion of languages.
To create educational projects and workshops that disseminate our ideas and discoveries and that bring together students from different European countries and traditions.
To tour in East and West Europe as a means of disseminating our discoveries and ideas.
Dramaturgy: NIE uses contemporary European stories as the basis for devising original theatre performances.
Participants perform in their own languages and all performances should be understandable to everyone regardless of barriers of language.
Live music and singing is integral to our work and forms a vital part of our making and teaching.
The style and form of the work created draws directly on the ideas feeling and experiences of the project participants and their response to source material.
All projects foster exchange and understanding between participants from East and West Europe.
Source: NIE: New International Encounter: Visual Theatre, nie-theatre.com, 01.08.2010, http://www.nie-theatre.com