Rome - Tiber river in 2007 during TEVERETERNO project by Kristin Jones and Daniel K. Brown, Luminalia (Flussi Correnti, Piazza Tevere, Rome, Italy). Photo by: Daniel K. Brown and Erika Kruger

Member in Rome, Italy

Ondadurto Teatro

Ondadurto Teatro Rome, Italy, creates their own shows  in the alternative and unusual spaces - taking theatre productions out of the ‘stone buildings’ into an open air spaces, alongside rivers, into the cloisters, historical squares.

The company proposes their own shows besides into theatres, in alternative representative spaces, taking theatre productions out of "stone buildings". The group is one of the Italian exponent about International Theatre Festivals, organised in open-air, in cloisters, in historical squares, along rivers, in residences.




TEVERETERNO is an international organization, initiated by world-renowned visual artist Kristin Jones in collaboration with an international team of artists and advisors, which produces free cultural events promoting the potential of Rome's Tiber River. Through public programs, educational activities and community development, TEVERETERNO seeks to protect and revitalize the urban waterfront. Encouraging responsible development and the river's ecological health, TEVERETERNO works to restore the historical bond between Tiber and city.

Bringing internationally acclaimed artists to Rome to create evocative, site-specific work that draws attention to the opportunities offered by the Tiber, TEVERETERNO has laid the groundwork for long-term planning and major engagement from sponsors.