Bund Deut­scher Ama­teur­thea­ter (BDAT) was foun­ded 1892 and is one of the big­gest asso­cia­ti­ons for per­forming arts in Euro­pe today. Being publicly reco­gni­zed and sup­port­ed by fede­ral funds, BDAT repres­ents Ger­man ama­teur theat­re nati­on­wi­de and on inter­na­tio­nal levels in the field of arts, cul­tu­re, poli­tics and socie­ty. The basis for BDAT’s cul­tu­ral and edu­ca­tio­nal poli­cy work is the mem­ber­ship of near­ly 2400 theat­re ensem­bles. Nati­on­wi­de tea­ching pro­gram­mes and fur­ther edu­ca­ti­on semi­nars qua­li­fy our mem­bers and deepen their theat­re know­ledge. On an inter­na­tio­nal level, BDAT in alli­ance with Bun­des­ar­beits­ge­mein­schaft (BAG) Spiel & Thea­ter mutual­ly form the Natio­nal Cent­re of the world­wi­de Inter­na­tio­nal Ama­teur Theat­re Asso­cia­ti­on (AITA/IATA). Among others, BDAT is a mem­ber of the Cen­tral Euro­pean Com­mit­tee (CEC) of AITA/IATA, of Arbeits­ge­mein­schaft deutsch­spra­chi­ger Ama­teur­thea­ter­ver­bän­de (AddA) and of the Inter­na­tio­na­les Thea­ter­in­sti­tut (ITI).

In Octo­ber 2016 BDAT began a co-operation with the Insti­tut für Thea­ter­wis­sen­schaft Uni­ver­si­tät Leipzig/Centre of Com­pe­tence for Theatre.

Info & Kontakt:

Bund Deutscher Amateurtheater e. V.
Darina Startseva
BAK Geschichte
Lützowplatz 9 // 10785 Berlin

Fon 030 2639859-18
Fax 030 263 98 59 -19

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