noun: spectacle; plural noun: spectacles
1. a visually striking performance or display.
"the acrobatic feats make a good spectacle"
synonyms: display, show, performance, presentation,exhibition,
"the Queen's Birthday Parade is a spectacle fit for a monarch"
2. an event or scene regarded in terms of its visual impact.
Theatre, opera & ballet
Spectacle is a new kind of digital publication for theatre, opera and ballet enthusiasts.
It bring you behind-the-scene stories, interviews, photos and great features in cooperation with houses and artists from around the world. Spectacle makes culture available in a modern way, regardless if you dance ballet yourself, see a play at the cinema or enjoy an opera performance at the Met in New York.
It has taken more than a year to bring the idea of Spectacle to life and now we can’t wait to show you what’s in store. Spectacle will show you that theatre, opera and ballet are not only meant for a special audience, but can be greatly appreciated by everyone. Let’s get rid of that old school thinking, shall we?
Who is we, you ask?
We are team of culture, digital and photography enthusiasts living all over Europe.
Spectacle is the brain child of Yvonne Dewerne (Instagram: @itsonwithyvonne), who travels the world to watch on average 30 plays each year. Yvonne is primarily supported by photographer and editor Bridgee Melling (Instagram: @bridgeemelling) and photographer and award winning blogger Anastasia Benko (Instagram: @stilzitat) as well as many more creatives throughout the community.
Spectacles first issue will be published soon. Be sure to stay tuned and if you would like to get in touch or work with us, we would be happy to hear from you. In the meantime, check out our Instagram channel which will be taken over by wonderful artists and houses near and far to give you insights into areas you probably don't see everyday.