"We can't keep the 21st century outside the theater much longer." (Scott Walters).
The digital revolution is a fait accompli. Like a soluble medicine, it has dispersed into today's reality and changed it beyond recognition. It affects our creative practices and production, as well as our communication and our audiences' habits.
How can we approach the generation of the digital age? Does technology stifle creativity or, on the contrary, open doors for imagination?
We hope this debate will empower the performing arts community - with ideas, skills and courage - to take advantage of the potential gains and pay attention to the possible risks the digital age gives rise to.