The Technical & Production forum met in Brussels & Gent on 10-11 May. TheTechSet forum met in Gent on 11-12 May.
The meeting started in Brussels and gathered the Technical & Production forum at La Monnaie in the afternoon of Tuesday 10 May. The sessions included some reflections on engaging technical staff in building a career in theatre and tackle the challenges of supply chain. In the evening, La Monnaie offered Mozart Requiem conducted by Raphaël Pichon and directed by Romeo Castellucci.
Wednesday 11 May the Technical & Productions as well as the TechSet forum will both meet at Opera Vlaanderen in Ghent for a day dedicated to sustainability. The joint sessions will offer some examples of sustainable set concepts, an introduction to the Theatre Green Book by Paddy Dillon, co-author of the Theatre Green Book and a focus on materials and bio-based material for set constructions.
On Thursday 12 May the TechSet forum will conclude the forum with a day focussing mostly on stage questions including a demonstration of a modular system for sets, best practices on moving heavy set parts and inspirational presentations on brilliant or challenging sets.
The programme is in the sidebar of this page.