Posters/Wednesday Link Dump

Wednesday Link Dump

Hello everyone and Happy New Year’s! This week’s link dump is brought to you by posters of Shakespeare’s King John.

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King of England and Diamonds.

 

 

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Poland, 2018
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New Zealand, 1997
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Ireland, 2018. Showing the side effects of Brexit and Trumpism.
Mónica Maffía presenta el Rey Juan en Auditorio Losada
Buenos Aires, 2016.
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Folger Theatre
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Royal Shakespeare Compay, 2006
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Royal Shakespeare Company, 2012.
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Globe Theatre, 2015. “I give no charters.”

The murder of playwright Joe Orton.

The theatrical artist’s guide to self-care

When the theatre blogger makes his own awards. How badass is that?

Hagiographic piece on Caryl Churchill

Chicagoan of the Year in theatre: Miguel Cervantes

Weirdest Theatre Stories of the Decade

Goodbye, Jerry Herman

3 Small things that impact your voice

Badmouthing one’s directors on Facebook not encouraged…

A brand new theatre company for multicultural audiences

The Greatest Play in the History of the World?

We should give Nigerian Theatre more credit (duh)

Can theatre restore Nigeria’s dying heritage?

A Nigerian play makes its US debut in Philly

Historical Overview of Theatre in Ghana

A one-woman Iraqi show attacking the patriarchy

Theatre as therapy in Iraq

Diasporic theatre from Iraq

Greek tragedy meets 21st Century Japan

Zimbwean singer/dancer/actor Dalma Chiwereva

Translating theatre as performative translation

Translating theatre to and from the Arab world.

Stage Manager 101

Tech tips for small theatre companies

Vancouver’s very own Erin Palm

The Muppets Christmas Carol should be a Broadway show (and so should my play)

The theatre nerds gotta get fit

Algerian actors touring the US

Gulf Theatre needs more freedom, says Kuwaiti playwright

Kuwaiti Drama Museum

A play about “a relationship so off-limits, it’s enticing, so enticing, it’s horrifying

That’s it for this week’s link dump. For those of you who wanted Korean Moog synthesizer hits of the 1970s, we can quench that thirst right here:

 

 

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