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Company name: International Theatre New York (ITNY and IT New York)
with a capital of 5 000 €
Address: 4 rue Botzaris 75019 Paris, France
Tel: +33 6 7 82 63 09 64
RCS Paris B 803 658 095
SIRET: 803 658 095 000 10
NAF Code: 9001Z
DNA: 11 75 52 284 75
License 2 Production License 2 n°2- 108 11 21
Distributor License 3 n°3-108 11 22
Insurance: GAN 141 528 065 on 01/09/2014
Director of the publication (website): Alejandra Orozco
Hosting: IONOS by 1&1
Photographic Credits: Robert Castle, Alejandra Orozco, Michael Palma Mir, Violette Pouzet-Roussel, Kirsten Russell, Olivier Bessières, Tommy Longo.
Video Credits: Kirsten Russell, Alejandra Orozco, Charlotte de Broglie, Perrine Liévois, Olivier Bessières.
The intention of this website is to make a presentation of activities, including training and theatrical production of International Theatre New York LLC (USA) and International Theatre New York SARL (France), both entities conducting training workshops and presenting productions world-wide.
This website and all information, publication, photographs, videos, and other media it contains are the property of International Theatre New York and is protected by French law on intellectual property as well as international conventions. This website (or any part of its content) may not be reproduced, republished, transcribed, modified or retransmitted without the prior written permission of International Theatre New York. You may, however, download or print hard copy pages and / or portions of the International Theatre New York website for strictly personal purposes, as long as you do not remove any copyright or other rights notices.
The name International Theatre New York and the logo for that name is a registered trademark. You may not reproduce, delete, reuse or otherwise modify these distinctive signs when they appear on the pages of the site.
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International Theatre New York collects personal information for the purposes of facilitating promotion by International Theatre New York of its activities and artistic objectives to its clients and potential clients and to manage on-line queries, dialogue, and registration for its services, workshops and productions. The information collected is for the exclusive use of International Theatre New York. Personal information collected by International Theatre New York is not shared with other companies or individuals.
General terms and conditions of sale
Article 1 – Scope of application
The present General Terms and Conditions of Sale, hereinafter referred to as the GTCS, are concluded between :
The SARL International Theatre New York, address 4 rue Botzaris 75019 Paris, France, registered in the RCS Paris under the number 803658095, hereinafter referred to as the Company,
Any person, individual or professional, wishing to engage in one or more services provided by the Company, hereinafter referred to as the Participant.
Article 2 – Purpose
The purpose of the GTCS is to define the terms and conditions of sale of a service by the Company to a Participant.
The present GTCS, supplemented if necessary by special conditions stipulated on the Company‘s website (https://www.itnewyork.org/fr/) and/or annexes proposed by the Company are applicable, to the exclusion of all other conditions and in particular those of the Participant.
Article 3 – Benefits
The services governed by these GTCS are those listed on the Company’s website. They are offered within the limit of available places.
The services are described as accurately as possible.
The photographs are not contractual.
Article 4 – Rates
The applicable rates are those posted on the Company’s website at the time of registration. Prices are displayed in euros and include all taxes. The prices indicated do not include the Participant’s accommodation, meals and transport costs, except in the case of certain immersive worksdhops where details concerning accommodation and meals are precisely defined in the workshop description.
Article 5 – Terms of payment
The payment of the services is made by check or bank transfer. In the case of a payment by check, it is understood that the date of cashing of the said check is retained as the date of payment.
In order to reserve his place, the Participant must send the Company by e-mail a completed registration form and a signed quotation. These documents must be accompanied by the payment of a deposit of 30% of the total price of the workshop. Payment is made by check or bank transfer. It should be noted that the signature of the quote confirms the GTCS.
The Company expressly reserves the right to freely dispose of the places selected by the Participant, as long as the reservation deposit has not been received in accordance with the conditions set out above and subject to collection in case of payment by check.
The full workshop fee is due by the Participant 7 (seven) working days prior to the start of the workshop. A contract is established between the two parties and an invoice is sent to the Participant. The payment of the totality guarantees the Participant’s participation in the workshop and thus allows the sending of educational documents.
5.3 Default of payment
If the Participant does not pay the full fee before the start of the workshop, the Company reserves the right to refuse the Participant the right to participate. In this case, the deposit already paid will not be refunded.
5.4 Public funding in France (OPCO, Pôle Emploi, AGEFIPH, Regions)
The Company is authorized to establish «Formation continue» agreements (NDA 11755228475) in France.
In this context, the Company provides personalized support in the search for funding.
In the case of total financing by an OPCO, Pôle Emploi, AGEFIPH or Regions, the financing agreement or assumption of responsibility agreement must reach the Company no later than 14 (fourteen) calendar days before the start of the workshop is required to maintain registration. Only the financing agreement received by the Company confirms the Participant’s enrollment in the workshop.
In the absence of an agreement attesting to the assumption of responsibility, the Participant must comply with the conditions of payment set out above (5.1, 5.2, 5.3). Once the agreement has been received, the reimbursement of the payments made by the Participant may be made according to the conditions of payment mentioned in the agreement signed with the financier.
In the case of partial financing by an OPCO, Pôle Emploi, AGEFIPH or Regions, the payment of the difference remains the responsibility of the Participant and is due according to the terms of paragraph 5.2.
Article 6 – Right of withdrawal
By derogation to article L.121-20-1, 1° of the French Consumer Code and for any new contract subscribed, the Company grants the Participant a right of withdrawal without justification of 14 (fourteen) calendar days from the signature of the quote by the Participant and gives the right to reimbursement of the sums already paid as soon as possible and no later than 14 (fourteen) days after the date on which the Participant has exercised his right of withdrawal. This reimbursement does not give rise to any penalty.
Withdrawal can be made by sending the withdrawal form by e-mail. In this case, the Company shall immediately send an acknowledgement of receipt of the withdrawal by e-mail. Any withdrawal request that does not comply with the legal time limit or the formalities detailed above will not be taken into consideration.
The Participant expressly accepts that the contract binding him/her to the Company shall be executed before the expiration of the withdrawal period upon entry into the workshop course. In any event, the Participant expressly waives his right of withdrawal at the start of the workshop. The full price of the workshop course is due.
The Company will reimburse by bank transfer or French check. The refund will be effective no later than 14 (fourteen) days from the day the Company is informed of the decision to withdraw.
Article 7 – Liability
The Company undertakes to provide all necessary care in the performance of the services. On the other hand, the Company shall not be held liable in the event that the non-performance of its obligations is attributable to the contract to a case of force majeure as defined in Article 12 of these Terms and Conditions of Sale.
Article 8 – Cancellation-edit
8.1 The Participant
If, as a result of duly recognized force majeure, the Participant is unable to follow or continue the workshop, the contract will be terminated early. In this case, only the workshop services actually provided will be due to the Company by the Participant.
On the other hand, in the event of early cancellation, abandonment during the course of workshop, or definitive expulsion due to the Participant, regardless of the case of force majeure, any workshop begun is due in its entirety. The Participant cannot claim a refund.
It is reminded that in the event of total coverage of the workshop by a French public financer (OPCO, Pôle Emploi, AGEFIPH, Regions), in the event of early cancellation, abandonment during the workshop, or definitive expulsion due to the Participant, regardless of the case of force majeure, the Participant will be obliged to pay contractual compensation of 30% of the total price of the workshop to the Company, and this before the last day of the workshop.
Contractual compensation will be due by the participant receiving the workshop and will not be covered by Frenchpublic financers – only the hours of workshop completed will be invoiced to the public financer by the Company.
8.2 The Company
The Company reserves the right to cancel a workshop session (insufficient number of participants, unavailability of the teacher/coach). Participants will be notified no later than 7 (seven) calendar days prior to the start of the workshop session. In this case, the Company will reimburse the amounts paid for the workshop, but no compensation will be due.
In the event that the Company is obliged to reduce the number of participants for reasons of force majeure, the Company reserves the right to adapt the total number of participants, the total hourly volume and the schedule of the workshop course to the number of participants.
Article 9 – Interruption of the workshop
In the event of early termination of the workshop by the Company, the contract between the two parties shall be terminated and only the services actually provided shall be due in proportion to their value under the contract.
Article 10 – Teachers
The teachers are the one indicated on the contract. However, the Company reserves the right to change teachers in cases of force majeure.
Article 11 – Data Protection Act
The personal information communicated by the Participant to the Company in the application and execution of the registrations may be communicated to the contractual partners of the Company for the purposes of said registrations.
In accordance with the regulations applicable to these files, the Participant may write to the Company to oppose such communication of information concerning him/her. The Participant may also at any time exercise his/her rights of access and rectification in the Company’s file.
To exercise this right of access and rectification, use the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Article 12 – Cases of force majeure
Within the framework of its services, the Company is bound by an obligation of means and not of result towards the Participant. The Company shall not be liable to the Participant in the event of non-performance of its obligations resulting from a fortuitous event or force majeure. The following are considered to be fortuitous events or force majeure, in addition to those usually governed by Article 1218 of the French Civil Code: illness or accident of a teacher or lecturer, strikes and labor disputes outside the Company, natural disasters, pandemics, fires, interruption of telecommunications, energy supply, or transportation of any kind, or any other circumstances beyond the reasonable control of the Company.
Article 13 – Acceptance of the Participant
The Participant declares having read these general terms and conditions of sale. The validation of the quotation is tantamount to acceptance without restriction or reservation of the GTCS. The GTCS are applicable to the exclusion of any other document.
The Company reserves the right to modify these GTCS at any time by publishing a new version on its website. The GTCS applicable to the contract are those in force on the date of validation of registration for the workshop.
Article 14 – Rules of procedure
By registering, the Participant accepts the terms of the internal rules and regulations appearing on the Company’s website. The Participant undertakes to read the terms of the internal rules and regulations posted in the rented premises and made available for workshop from the beginning of the workshop.
Article 15 – Intellectual property
Any teaching materials that may be distributed in any form (paper, electronic, digital, oral, visual, sound, etc.) used by the Company to provide workshop or given to the Participant constitute original works and as such are protected by intellectual property and copyright. As such, the Participant is prohibited from using, transmitting, reproducing, exploiting or transforming all or part of these documents or media, without the express consent of the Company. This prohibition also applies, in particular, to any use made by the Participant for the organization or animation of workshop, professional or amateur rehearsals.
Article 16 – Waiver and nullity
The fact that the Company does not avail itself at a given time of any of the clauses herein shall not be considered as a waiver of the right to avail itself of the same clauses at a later date.
If any provision of the GTCS should be considered null and void, such nullity shall not affect the other provisions.
Article 17 – Applicable law and jurisdiction
These GTCS are subject to French law. In the event of failure of an amicable procedure, any dispute arising from these GTCS will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Paris.