The fourth Interferences International Theatre Festival lasted twelve days and hosted twenty-three companies, thirty-six performances, five concerts and several additional programs (exhibitions, projections, book-presentations, workshops, discussions, parties, etc.) before it finally ended on Sunday.
The morning discussion on Thursday began with a review of the story of the Lux Boreal dance company, followed by an analysis of the previous night's performance. Henry Torres said that the situation is more or less the same everywhere: Lamb is a challenge to spectators, but every performance is a challenge to the dancers too – it is about an uncomfortable, disturbing rite.
On Tuesday morning, December 2, there were meetings with the audience and a book presentation at the TIFF House, while the seminar of the young theatre critics was also continued. In the evening, the audience was able to see Ionesco’s The New Tenant, produced by Bucharest's Nottara Theatre in the Studio built in the Main Hall, while Diary of a Madman produced by the ArCuB Cultural Centre, also from Bucharest, was presented in the new Studio.