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Wednesday Link Dump

Hello world and welcome back to Unknown Playwrights and the Wednesday Link Dump!

This week’s link dump is brought to you by posters of Don Zolidis‘ hilarious comedy Game of Tiaras.

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From Wyoming.

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Nifty little poster set from Houston.
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In Georgia. The kind of poster you just wanna stand next to and get your picture taken.
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The Czech Republic.

 

Actors in Utah show walk after alleged sexist and racist behavior (with an AWESOME photo of the set vandalism)

The same basic story, except at a theatre blog and they scratched out the naughty word

Aristotle and his elements

How to get drama students to answer questions in class. Good luck!

Western meets Bollywood (only in Auckland)

James McAvoy in Cyrano de Bergerac

A play with a cast of 800

A visit to London’s Cervates Theatre

The relevence of a play from 415 BC.

You gotta do your research

When a negative review helps you.

A playwright confronts her childhood and visits The Drama Bookshop.

Apparently there’s a play entitled Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner

When theatremakers get pregnant.

When pop culture becomes high art.

Mozart by way of Cape Town

Pushing the boundaries of the craft in Johannesburg

Why TV is so much more worse than theatre.

The Digital Yiddish Theatre Project is as awesome as it sounds

When you get an Indonesian play named after Satan.

Translating October Fūrin

Translating Western plays for a japanese audience

Tales of the theatre surtitler

Meanwhile in 2014: Should surtitles go?

Exploring theatre translation in Argentina

Breaking into theatre translation

Welcome to the Welsh theatre translation app

Theatre, translation and internships

Catalan drama in translation

The great Don Zolidis tells us the essentials of teaching playwriting

Interview with playwright Sandy Asher

And that’s it for this week’s link dump. In this week’s edition of Korean oldies, here’s a fun version of Washington Square:

 

 

 

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