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Fifty Playwrights on their Craft... and a masterclass at Ty Newydd

It’s a real privilege and pleasure to be one of the playwrights included in this recent anthology from Bloomsbury, Fifty Playwrights on their Craft. I was one of the twenty-five UK-based writers interviewed by Caroline Jester last year, whilst Caridad Svich interviewed a further twenty-five across the pond in the US. 704 more words

On Writing

Fasten Your Seatbelt: The History of Ride the Cyclone

Guest post by Tracy Hyland, ACT Theatre Education and Engagement Manager

The thrill of Ride the Cyclone onstage is equally matched by the story of how this new musical came to be. 953 more words

2017-18 Season

Uninformed Consent

This is a fantastic passage on tricky problems of consent within an intercultural context, from the text Dramaturgy in Motion: At Work on Dance and Movement Performance, by Katherine Profeta. 2,301 more words

Eve - Dramaturgy

Looking back at the things that I’d never do
All I said, played again, laughing right on through
On my own, never learned how to love again… 697 more words


The need to belong.

Have you ever noticed that you subconsciously act differently around certain people? Not just subtle changes in vocabulary or expression, but a shift in your personality that almost makes you seem like another person. 778 more words

World Talk

Who IS the Big Bad Wolf?

by Trisha Mahoney

I watch a lot of television. And a lot of superhero films. They are a wonderful escape from the reality of my daily grind of navigating difficult and nuanced socially conscious conversations. 989 more words

The Theatre School At DePaul University


SORELLA – ET PORTRÆT har netop ramt forsiden af dance internationals forårsudgave ☀

På billedet: Bo Madvig og Esther Grinder i Pernille Gardes “SORELLA – ET PORTRÆT” 7 more words