DNA is the acronym of three Palestinian performing arts organizations that have worked together since 2005: the Al Harah Theatre, El-Funoun Palestinian Popular Dance Troupe, and the Theatre Day Productions
Tamasi is a performing arts network of 11 art institutions from the Middle East and North Africa region that have been working together since 2008: El Warsha, Studio Emad Eddin, The Temple, El Mastaba Center for Egyptian Folk Music, I-Act (Egypt), Al Balad Theater , Arab Theatre Training Centre (ATTC)(Jordan), Shams, (Lebanon) Theater Day Productions, Al Harah Theatre, El-Funoun Palestinian Popular Dance Troupe (Palestine)
Palestinian Performing Arts Network (PPAN)
PPAN is a network of 11 performong arts organizations working in Palestine. Popular Art Centre, Palestinian Circus School, Edward Said National Conservatory of Music, Yes Theatre, Freedom Theatre, Ashtar Theater, Magnificat Institute, Al-Kamandjati Association, Al Harah Theater, El Funoun Palestinian Popular Dance Troupe, and Theatre Day Productions.
Dice is a consortium of 12 partners investigating the effects of educational theatre and drama on education.
Hungary: Káva Theatre in Education Company (Káva Kulturális Mûhely), Netherlands: Foundation Leesmij, Poland: University of Gdansk (Uniwersytet Gdanski), Romania: Sigma Art Foundation (Fundatia Culturala Pentru Tineret Sigma Art), Slovenia: Taka Tuka Club (Durštvo Taka Tuka), United Kingdom: Big Brum Theatre in Education Co. Ltd., Czech Republic: Charles University, Norway: Bergen University College (Hogskolen i Bergen), Palestine: Theatre Day Productions, Portugal: Technical University of Lisbon (Universidade Técnica de Lisboa), Serbia: Center for Drama in Education and Art CEDEUM (Centar za dramu u edukaciji i umetnosti), Sweden: Culture Centre for Children and Youth in Umea (Kulturcentrum för barn och unga).
2015 Network of Starts Foundation Impact Winners Award. Read more
Theatre Day Productions is a member of Anna Lindh Foundation. Go to National Networks/ Palestine