This collective creates pieces that combine theatre and puppetry. The humorous stories are staged with rapid cuts, switching from play to narration and video.
This theatre is part of the cultural landscape of French-speaking Switzerland, an ambitious institution with about 160 performances per season.
Dance pieces for children were recently added to the company’s multi-faceted repertoire. Its productions enjoy great popularity at home and abroad.
Theater Sgaramusch is a professional children’s theatre whose story-telling, dance and theatre illuminate both timeless topics and current affairs.
Joan Mompart’s Teatre challenges normative models of life with amusing and political theatre that allies itself unequivocally with the powerless.
As a freelance puppeteer, Margrit Gysin has brought her productions to festivals all over the world, including Brazil, India and throughout Europe.
Karim Bel Kacem’s projects offer a framework for various collaborations in multi-disciplinary theatre – including its political aspects.
As one of the most important cultural institutions in the country, Schauspielhaus Zürich is renowned both in Switzerland and abroad.
Choreographer YoungSoon Cho Jaquet has created several dance pieces which focus on audience involvement, Asian and Western art, and memory and origins.