12 years of Nordic theater in NYC
We’re celebrating 12 years of SATC! After what has been a truly challenging past year, we want to take this opportunity to thank you so much for attending our productions—virtually and physically—participating in our talkbacks, supporting our crowdfunding, engaging with us on social media and elsewhere, and sticking with us for so long! Since 2009, we have presented 14 fully staged productions, 45 readings, 7 original audio experiences, and worked with over 250 actors, 59 playwrights, and 28 directors.
SATC is currently planning future productions and live events and your support will help secure the future of Nordic theater in New York. Thank you so much for considering a donation. A contribution of any size makes a big impact!
OUR FUTURE STORIES
In Our Future Stories, seven playwrights from Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden reflect on how the pandemic has and will impact the stories we will tell on stage. Each playwright joins #UN75, the world’s largest conversation on our collective future and a celebration of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations, with a short audio experience.
“How will the pandemic shape our theatrical stories?”
December 30, Faroe Islands — The Full Benefit of the Shock by Marjun Syderbø Kjelnæs
January 13, Iceland — Search for Connection by Eva Rún Snorradóttir
January 27, Greenland — Nuutoqaq (Old Nuuk) by Vivi Sørensen
January 29, Denmark — Woman in a Corner Apartment by Julie Maj Jakobsen
February 3, Norway — ⟨jaː↓⟩ – pulmonic ingressive by Camara Lundestad Joof
February 24, Sweden — The New Narrative Old as Time by Balsam Karam