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Book: Performing Neurology. The Dramaturgy of Dr. Jean-Martin Charcot

The book ‘Performing Neurology. The Dramaturgy of Dr. Jean-Marin Charcot‘ could be of interest to h-madness readers. It is written by Jonathan W. Marshall and was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2016. 14 more words


Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: 'Why else do you think I'm singing this reprise?' 

If I’m going to invent blog post series for myself to write about, then getting to talk about Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is a serious perk. I’ve been wanting to do a nerdy take on dramaturgy in this show for a while, so let’s go. 662 more words

Crazy Ex Girlfriend

Jean-Paul Sartre

There are some memories one does not share. — Jean-Paul Sartre, No Exit And Three Other Plays (Vintage, 1955)


In Burrows, March 2018

A text I wrote while working as a dramaturg for Andy Edwards on his performance In Burrows, which premiered at the Tron Theatre in Glasgow in March 2018… 613 more words


Hotel Vortruba

From the creators of the award-winning international physical comedy sensation Falling Awake, RAGMOP Theatre presents Hotel Vortruba.

Welcome to Hotel Vortruba a surreal wordless physical comedy where finding shelter is not so simple. 42 more words

Technical Direction

Fleabag: The Anti-Rom Com

by Maddy Mason

Ryan Gosling holds Rachel McAdams up in the pouring rain. Leo and Kate look longingly off to the side as their giant faces flank the RMS Titanic. 851 more words


Post-Jungian Feminist Psychoanalysis Theory for Actors (PJFP Method)

Post-Jungian Feminist Psychoanalysis Theory

I’d like to start by saying that this is not a full dissection of the Theory. This is simply my first thoughts and ideas in the pursuit of a new acting theory that is simple enough (not by name of course) for the common actor to understand the themes and methods they need to utilize, while still being encompassing enough to allow for deep research. 1,277 more words