Theatre Blog, Reviews, Livestreaming & Creative Commons
Title: Theatre Blog, Reviews, Livestreaming & Creative Commons
Keywords: Theatre, Theater, Performing Arts, Drama, Performance, Livestreaming, Commons
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Theatre Blog, Reviews, Livestreaming & Creative Commons Skip to main content HowlRound Twitter Facebook Storify A knowledge commons by and for the theatre community. Learn how you can participate> About Journal Latina/o Theatre Commons HowlRound TV New Play Map Donate Participate Keynote: Mixed Reality and the Theatre of the Future Joris Weijdom Six Lessons I Learned from Ali Stroker Ricky Young-Howze, Ali Stroker The Language of Objects: A Puppeteer in Five Acts Stephanie Díaz, Regina García “Well, theatre is mixed reality, right? And you have thought critically about it and there is this language for it called dramaturgy, and you are so incredibly aware of what you are doing that you are way ahead of other industries—so I think there are a lot of makers from other media and other disciplines that are dying for this kind of knowledge.” Joris Weijdom Keynote: Mixed Reality and the Theatre of the Future Latest from the Journal Taking Responsibility for the Plot P. Carl P. Carl on transitioning, frames of whiteness, and taking control of the plot. 4 hours ago ? Essays The Adaptor as Director Edward Einhorn Edward Einhorn describes his experiences as a director, adaptor, and translator, and the similarities and differences between them. 22 hours ago ? Blog Translation Theatre: New Saloon Theater Co. on MINOR CHARACTER Bertie Ferdman Bertie Ferdman chats with New Saloon Theater Co. about their recent production, MINOR CHARACTER: Six Translations of Uncle Vanya at the Same Time at The Invisible Dog in Brooklyn, New York. 22 hours ago ? NewCrit The Language of Objects: A Puppeteer in Five Acts Stephanie Díaz, Regina García In this installment of La Esquinita, puppeteer Stephanie Diaz shares her journey to puppetry and discusses her creative process. July 25, 2016 ? Blog The Battle Series: Leigh Silverman Corey Ruzicano Corey Ruzicano interviews director Leigh Silverman as part of the Battle Series. July 24, 2016 ? Essays Rage in Context Pearl Cleage Play recommendations from playwright Pearl Cleage for contextualizing the current anger felt by many Americans. July 23, 2016 ? Blog Six Lessons I Learned from Ali Stroker Ricky Young-Howze, Ali Stroker Ricky Young-Howze talks with actor Ali Stroker about changing people’s perceptions about performers with disabilities. July 23, 2016 ? Blog Keynote: Mixed Reality and the Theatre of the Future Joris Weijdom Researcher and lecturer Joris Weijdom of HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, Netherlands on what the Internet of things, transmedia, and mixed reality might mean for theatremakers and theatremaking. July 22, 2016 ? Essays On the Normalization of Queer-themed Theatre John J. Caswell Jr. Playwright John J. Caswell, Jr. meditates on the trajectory of queer theatre, and the tendency to normalize the form. July 21, 2016 ? Blog Responding to the World Around You: An interview with playwright Nathan Louis Jackson Marissa Wolf, Nathan Louis Jackson Marissa Wolf, Director of New Works at Kansas City Rep, talks with playwright in residence Nathan Louis Jackson. July 20, 2016 ? Blog Enter Leviathan: Staging Moby Dick in the Deep South Corey Bradberry Corey Bradberry’s theme and production considerations for staging Moby Dick for a contemporary audience in the deep South. July 20, 2016 ? Essays Do Playwrights Share the Blame for Abuse? Neal Reynolds Neal Reynolds discusses how a play's subject matter may increase the potential for an abusive production process. July 19, 2016 ? Blog Western Europe Meets Eastern Europe: Yasmina Reza’s Bella Figura in Zagreb, Croatia An?ela Vidovi? An?ela Vidovi? on the reception of Bella Figura by French Playwright Yasmina Reza in Zagreb, Croatia. July 19, 2016 ? NewCrit Don’t Blame Pregnancy for Shuffle Along Closing Catherine M. Young Catherine M. Young reflects on the closing of the musical Shuffle Along. July 18, 2016 ? Blog View more> Where's the Conversation? Do Playwrights Share the Blame for Abuse? Neal Reynolds Seriously, Calm Down: A Healthy Dose of #Shakespeare400 Skepticism Nora J. Williams How to Handle Microaggressions in Theatre Lashad Beck Don’t Blame Pregnancy for Shuffle Along Closing Catherine M. Young Demanding Action and Attention to Latina/o Theatre in Dallas: Deferred Action by David Lozano and Lee Trull Trevor Boffone, Roxanne Schroeder-Arce Rage in Context Pearl Cleage Preserving Passion in the Face of Rejection Brent Eickhoff Happenings Thursday, Jul 28, 2:00pm — 3:00pm EDT Twitter Chat: Addressing Non-Binary Genders in Theatre—moderated by Gerome Olona (@TheBaronofABQ ) Saturday, Jul 30, 5:00pm — 9:00pm EDT TV1: Livestreaming Urban Bush Women’s performances of You, Me, We—Understanding Internalized Racial Oppression—Long Island University, Kumble Theater—Brooklyn See all events> Email Address * HowlRound TV Residencies Nineteen playwrights are salaried staff members in residence for three years at eighteen theatres in thirteen cities. Learn more> Shop Canvas Tote Bag: I ? Teatro Limited edition collector's item: hand-printed canvas tote bag produced for the Latina/o Theatre Commons' 2015 Carnaval of New Latina/o Work, Chicago. $15 USD See all products> Creative Commons Attribution All content is free cultural work available to you under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0). Attribute the original author and when you repost and remix! Take the free and open-source New Play Map code on GitHub. Emerson College Built & Designed by Bluespark, Quilted, Golden Arrows, & Very. Hosted by GAIA Host. Runs on Drupal. Terms of Use. Whois

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