Welcome to this week’s theatrical link dump – brought to you by contemporary Dracula posters:
When you direct/adapt Much Ado About Nothing for kids.
A day in the life of The Old Rep’s general manager.
A really goofy Halloween play from 1915 (yes, it’s cheating)
Shakespeare in South African schools.
“Postmigrant” theatre and a German director promoting ties between German and Scottish theatre.
The passing of Jaz Dorsey.
Discovering young Israeli theatre
The theatre that became a bookshop
Audrey Cefaly creating a new playwriting vocabulary
When you were a theatre’s artistic director, but don’t put it on your resume…
Reviewer gets really, really excited over Joseph and his dreamcoat…
The mother of modern German comedy (That is the joke)
Ibsen’s women: Adapting Henrik in the 2010s.
Lithuanian actress Uné Baye
Help Ms. Manuel’s high school class go to Scotland next year
Tips for dealing with scheduling conflicts as a young actor
Dealing with theatre divas.
And now this week’s Halloween-themed oldie: