Posters/Wednesday Link Dump

Wednesday Link Dump

Howdy all. Welcome back to Unknown Playwrights. This link dump is coming in a tad late, but better late than never. It’s probably Wednesday somewhere in this galaxy.

It is brought to you by non-English posters of Eugene O’Neill’s Mourning Becomes Electra.

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Madrid, 2006.
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Oldenburg, Germany 1993.
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Munich, 2006.
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Somewhere in Germany
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Swabia, Germany. 1970
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Greece 2003.
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Korea 2019.

A complete ordered list of 1990s musicals.

Dutch-German cabaret superstar Sven Ratzke

A play about when Stan Laurel and Charlie Chaplin worked together.

A revolutionary Iraqi theatre group

A musical about Fidel Castro

Beyond visual dance in Belgium.

A German play in Brooklyn with English subtitles

One woman’s relationship with props

Humans of Broadway

Wicked’s DJ Plunkett speaks

The genesis of a script by Chelsea Frandsen

Playwright David Hansen teaches us about revision

Beginners’ mistakes in playwriting

The student guide to playwriting

The post-dramatic turn in German theatre

HowIRound is hiring

Playwright Inda Craig-Galván gives an interview.

Akin Salawu’s interview

Charlotte Higgins updates us.

Contemporary Israeli theatre

International exposure of Israeli theatre

Is Israel’s most famous playwright too political for his own country?

Brazilian playwright Newton Moreno gets another translation

When methodologies meld in Barcelona

Playwright John Ford

Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre without Shakespeare? Yes, please.

Expat theatre in Korea

When playwriting becomes activism: Nelson Diaz-Marcano

Puerto Rico, representation and activism

Art and politics in Interwar Romania

Korean Theatre of Musical Comedy in Kazakhstan

We need inclusivity in Québécois theatre

And finally, here’s James Brown covering Hank Williams’ Your Cheatin’ Heart.

 

 

 

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