The NITE Hotel
The NITE hotel is a virtual theatre platform housing custom made, collaborative performances and exchanges between artists and audiences.
As a multipurpose online environment that was cultivated during the COVID 19 lockdown, a necessity to be together resulted in online collaborative possibilities. In the 3-dimensional environment new works are presented, specifically made for the platform, such as Swan Lake The Game, The Drunken Ones and Uncle Vanya. Now that theatres open again the Nite Hotel is used as a place for context programmes supporting the real life creations.
ArtsMap’s “Sustain the Stage!”, InogarArt, DASDAS, Dutch Culture and the Dutch Embassy Istanbul brought together the best practice examples from the performing arts to inspire and show different ways of sustainability forms during Covid times. The NITE HOTEL was named BEST PRACTICE of online performing arts during the pandemic.
NITE Hotel is also available as a hosting ground, an exchange platform and virtual conference room, such as presenting the Eurosonic European Border Breaking Awards, Korzo’s Exploring New Grounds and the Dutch Theatre Festival including the NITE Symposium on new digital theatre and dance initiatives.
For an exclusive preview of the NITE Hotel, you can contact us. The free tour includes two of our latest performances: Swan Lake The Game and Before/After.
NITE Hotel Highlights:
Freedom – Borderless NITES
Borderless NITES is part of the context program of the performance Freedom, developed in collaboration with De Balie, Amsterdam.
In April, May and June 2021 we take cross platform one step further, bringing art to your doorstep + online with: NITE DELIVERY.
OPEN NITES on demand, new, experimental, online works by 5 teams of interdisciplinary makers.
24-hour Global Art Carrousel: Over 30.000 visitors and 200 artists brought together online in times of lockdown.
Before/After had its online première in the NITE Hotel and was programmed on the online SIDance festival 2020 in Seoul (Korea).
Swan Lake: The Game was programmed on various festivals including Istanbul Theatre Festival (Turkey) and CIRCE, Tbilisi (Georgia).