Gaiás, Cidade da Cultura
Escenas do cambio 2022

3—5 May 2024
Festival of theatre, dance and art in action
Gaiás, City of Culture

Xunta de Galicia

3—5 Maio 2024

Festival de teatro,
danza e arte
en acción

Xunta de Galicia


Stadttheater Bruneck, Teatrul Evreiesc, Fibin – An Taibhdhearc

Saturday 4 May 7.45 p.m.
Santiago de Compostela, Salón Teatro

Within the framework of the European project Phōnē (Giving minority languages a voice) and in collaboration with the Centro Dramático Galego, Escenas do cambio 2024 hosts the International Night Galicia, a special event that will showcase some of the shows being produced by each of the member countries of this network of theatres that seek to safeguard and promote cultural and linguistic diversity in Europe. A small sample of contemporary European drama in minority languages to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Centro Dramático Galego.

Artists from three national theatres in Romania (Teatrul Evreiesc), South Tyrol (Stadttheater Bruneck, Italy) and Ireland (Fibin – An Taibhdhearc), as well as the artistic director Andrei Munteanu, the director Darach Ó Tuairisg and the actress Lisa Maurer, are taking part in the International Night Galicia. An evening where we will be able to see and hear on stage three minority and minoritised languages in Europe: Yiddish, Ladin and Irish.

Phōnē connects people belonging to a linguistic minority with European values across cultural and language borders. A collaboration that opens new paths for the regional and minority language theatre sector and improves its position on a national and international level.

Please note: The show has been moved inside the Salón Teatro due to the forecast of rain on Saturday 4th May. Admission is free until full capacity is reached.

Data sheet

Tirol do Sur, Romanía e Irlanda | 60 min | De balde

Stadttheater Bruneck (South Tyrol – Ladin)
Cast: Sabrina Fraternali, Mirko Costa, Lisa Maurer
Direction and drama team: María Craffonara, Christine Lasta, Viktoria Obermarzoner

Teatrul Evreiesc (Romania – Yiddish)
Cast: Andrei Miercure, Mihai Alexandru Muriaru, Mihai Pintenaru
Direction and drama team:: Andrei Munteanu

Fibin – An Taibhdhearc (Ireland – Irish)
Cast: Darach Ó Tuairisg
Direction and drama team: Philip Doherty, Darach Ó Tuairisg

Languages: Galician, Yiddish, Ladin and Irish

world Premiere