Classical theater festivals defend its role as a cultural and economic engine

The National Meeting of Classical Theatre Festival, which met in Peñíscola five of the major events of this discipline in Spain, such as Olmedo or Almagro, claimed the role of these theatrical events as an economic engine and consolidation of cultural tourism. The forum for reflection emerged from these three days of debate, closed today, has also served as a starting point to establish a joint strategy in the medium term to allow these festivals extend their channels of communication and cooperation. Possible co-production and collaboration projects will also be designed on international touring companies and consolidating public, as reported by EFE sources within the organization. (Source: La Vanguardia)

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