ITL’s main activities are conducted in two modules: workshops/master classes and productions. Both modules are devised as research platforms aiming to investigate and develop the actor’s ability of creative expression, through innovative practices, subverting habitual perceptions, generating new approaches, forms and theatrical languages.

Workshops/master classes are designed to give participants an opportunity to challenge and refresh their skill set or experiment with new artistic directions. In collaboration with high profile international practitioners, ITL arranges mobile workshops, sometimes in other countries, to enhance training opportunities for artists all over the world.
Please follow the current information on News and Year-Round Programming, or email to inquire about availability and conditions for a tailored to your needs workshop.

Being committed to theatre that is current and socially engaging, ITL also designs production workshops that lead to the creation of original works covering issues of domestic and global relevance, which include (but are not limited to) governance, health, education, gender, children and human rights.

Productions with specific attention to the intercultural dimensions of theatre include long-term residential research and rehearsal periods as well as extensive touring, performing for a large cross-section of audiences across both social and geographical borders.

ITL encourages inquiries regarding collaboration from actors, dancers, musicians, and other artists and researchers who would like to be considered for involvement in any of the two modules, or just want to present a new idea for mutual exploration.