Enjoy a world-wide week-long community theatre festival, June 18-23, 2018, on Florida’s beautiful southwest coast.
Go to VeniceStage.com/international to learn more and register today!
Request Stop by Harold Pinter produced by The Wild Bunch from Berlin, Germany. Don't miss this and more at aactWorldFest 2018
aactWorldFest is a week-long international community theatre festival, sponsored by AACT. Scheduled for June 18-23, 2018 in Venice, Florida, USA. You’ll spend the week delighting in performances from around the globe, learning new skills at a variety of workshops, and becoming life-long friends with other theatre lovers from around the world.
Registration is currently open. You’ll have the time of your life at this Festival in Paradise! Go to VeniceStage.com/international to learn more and register today.
Theatre troupes from Italy, Zimbabwe, Armenia, Germany, Nepal, Israel, The Ukraine, and the country of Georgia have committed to perform at the 2018 festival. Two troupes from the U.S. will also be participating- one from Colorado and another from Tacoma, Washington.
Lori Chase, Coordinator for aactWorldFest 2018, is currently recruiting more productions, event sponsors, workshop leaders, and vendors to participate in this exciting event. Please contact her if you’d like to participate at email@example.com.
At the 2014 AACT WorldFest, top-quality theatre troupes from 13 countries around the globe presented over 30 performances in one week in Venice, Florida. Many groups performed in their native language, but audiences followed what was happening … in whatever theatre form it was presented, because the language of theatre is universal! [Photo at left : Kanjush (The Miser) from Bangladesh, aactWorldFest 2014].
More than 20 workshops were offered in 2014, involving a variety of theatre forms. Participants learned about Chinese opera, commedia dell’ arte, multi-media influences on modern theatre and more. Delightful dinners, after-glow gatherings, impromptu drum circles, and “lobby gabs” make up the recipe for life-long, global friendships!
Throughout the 2014 awards ceremonies, representatives from different international troupes thanked Venice Theater’s volunteers and home hosts, and how the festival brought cultures together.
“I want to thank the festival for proving that the theater world isn’t flat,” said Canadian actor Jeff Bastien, who performed in the play Babel Rap. “Imagine a place where everyone from around the world can come together and work together. That is paradise.”