Baltic Applied Theatre School

Learning the Fun Way

At Baltic Applied Theatre School, we believe that arts and theatre in particular are powerful effective tools for development and transformation. Theatre has a huge potential to engage people, because like life, it involves our senses, emotions, imagination and intellect. It can be an intensely personal experience, yet have enormous social impact. Therefore the Baltic Applied Theatre School invests in networking and training for socially engaged artists in all three Baltic states, Germany and Lebanon.


About the Program

An exciting learning journey

Develop your skills as a collaborative, responsive, imaginative, politically engaged and culturally-aware artist practitioner. 
Learn about the dynamic and ever-changing field of applied theatre: an umbrella term for a range of performance forms concerned with personal and social change.


Latest News

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June 29, 2021 at 10:00 AM

If you would like to know more what Applied Theatre is about, what this year's Training Course is about, and Future Internships in exciting projects in the Baltics, or if you are just curious (!), then please join us for a Live Q&A session on Tuesday 29 June at 10 am. The talk will be led by Applied Theatre facilitators Kristina Werner and Nazha Harb.

Live event will be streamed on Arts agency Artscape (@agenture.artscpe) page

April 19, 2021

We are happy to announce that from 12th May you can register for the programme happening between July and October 2021. Have a look at the Programme to find out more details.

April 30, 2021

From this May the Research & Development phase starts, in which Nazha Harb and Kristina Werner will dive into the topic of loss and new beginnings. They will share articles, their thoughts and ideas on the implementation into participatory arts in the Blog. Have a look and get yourself involved - it is an enriching theme!

We´d love to hear from you.

If you'd like to learn more about BATS or to connect with us, please get in touch.