While audiences enjoyed top-class, independent theater on stage at the Homo Novus festival, theater professionals discussed how to improve Baltic theater behind the scenes. Vineta Lagzdina listened in.No doubt about it, the spotlight was on diverse, exciting and high-quality theater Oct. 25 - 31 during the Homo Novus International Festival of Contemporary Theater, which filled a dozen theaters (big and small) with enthusiastic audiences. Highly successful and controversial, the festival made it seem like Riga had suddenly become the cultural capital of Europe, a stage with everyone an actor...
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