CASE STUDY: Good Chance Theatre

Good Chance Theatre partnered with the Museum of Immigration in Paris to open a pop-up performance space programmed by refugees.

The temporary theatre was set up outside the museum, known as ‘musee national de l’histoire de l’immigration’, as part of an artistic residency, which took place from October 16 to November 3 2018.

Good Chance has run other pop-up theatres in Paris over the year-and-a-half it has worked in the French capital, however this was the first time a space was run by refugees.

In a world increasingly divided, Good Chance Theatre believes it is time for theatre and art to rediscover its ancient power: to connect, unite and reclaim our individual and collective narratives.

There are three core strands to their work: the Good Chance Theatres, Good Chance Productions and the Good Chance Ensemble.

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