Howdy one and all. Welcome back to Unknown Playwrights. This week’s link dump is brought to you by Korean adaptations of Euripides’ The Trojan Women.
There’s a book about theatre blogs. I sure hope Unknown Playwrights is in it.
All the hottest Alabama theatre news
When nobodies meet divas
It’s awards season in Dallas/Ft. Worth
Believe it or not, opinions should be backed up.
Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of Costume Design
Theatre-blogging a scene is a thing
Would you watch a Broadway show featuring a Trump-supporting actor? (yes, but theatre must provide tomatoes)
Australia has a classical musical apparently.
Haruki Murakami onstage!
A theatre festival in Nigeria featuring Nigerian and American plays
The Onion takes on community theatre
Scary Stories People of Colour Tell in the Dark is one play of many at this festival in Toronto.
If you’re Shakespeare, your book might sell for 4.5 million quid.
Why spend 4.5 million quid when you can read this nifty Indonesian play for free?
Amazing playwright Franky Gonzalez on this podcast.
When a pastor puts a camera in a hotel bedroom during a mission trip, it of course becomes a play.
When you award a war criminal-defending playwright a Nobel prize
A British playwright explains the differences between American and British theatre
An interview with playwright and theatre booster Jacqueline Goldfinger
Lahore’s infamous night theatres
“When I was writing the Guardian theatre blog, two very senior playwrights privately told me that they had come under pressure from theatres not to comment on or engage in conversation with blogs highlighting certain practices because theatres perceived it as disloyalty.”
A Dutch playwright who lived almost forever…well, into his nineties.
A History of Surinamese Literature includes some play references
The 10 most spectacular Hungarian theatres
Rediscovering the recent past in Romanian theatre
And finally, here’s some Korean moog funk…Enjoy!