The Performing Arts Program Information Center is the central point of contact for all artists, production managers and other culture makers in the independent performing arts community.
More Information about the Information Center
Guides to Berlin’s Independent Arts Community
The goal of the program is to more effectively connect the existing information, advisement and qualification opportunities as well as the effective networking of the independent arts community with regional art communities in Berlin through a multilingual offering of advisement opportunities, specific information events and the creation and distribution of a multilingual print brochure about existing opportunities in Berlin.
Call for Apllications: Qualification Opportunities
Deadline: September 20, 2019
Both the Digitalization Triple IV Augmented Reality examinating the relationship between the performing arts and augmented reality as well as the Marketing Training Trick or Treat which will help six selected teams to develop and implement custom-made concepts for their communication strategy will be starting in October 2019. We look forward to your applications!
Theater Scoutings Berlin
Discover the theater and performance of Berlin's independent performing arts community with Theater Scoutings! We will accompany you each month to a diverse range of venues and introduce you to what makes Berlin theater one-of-a-kind.
More information about Theater Scoutings Berlin
New Handbook: Working Independently
Collective, Networked, Solidary – A Handbook on Work Structures in the Independent Performing Arts
Handbook as a PDF version for Download
Rehearsal Space Platform Berlin
Space from the Community for the Community.
The Rehearsal Space Platform is a website for everyone who would like to offer, search for or book rehearsal space.
More about the Rehearsal Space Platform
Performing Arts Programm Berlin
Advising, Networking, Strengthening: A Program for the Independent Performing Arts Community
The Performing Arts Program is intended for all independent theater and dance makers in Berlin and is specifically oriented to the circumstances and needs of the members of the community. We are working to structurally strengthen and professionalize the independent performing arts and increase their visibility since 2013.
The Berlin Performing Arts Program is a program of LAFT – Landesverband freie darstellende Künste Berlin e. V.
The LAFT Berlin – Berlin State Association for the Independent Performing Arts e.V. – was founded in 2007. It represents the interests of its 360 members, including the essential performance venues, groups and independent artists of Berlin, in dealing with politicians and the public. It supports its members through networking activities, consultation, coordination and services.
More information about LAFT Berlin is available at www.laft-berlin.de