Posters/Wednesday Link Dump

Wednesday Link Dump

Howdy all and welcome back to Unknown Playwrights. This week’s link dump is brought to you by poster’s of Lorrainne Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun.

Washington, DC 1961
In Chicago, as you read this.
Baltimore auditions 2018
Delhi 2018
Asher Theatre 2017
Montreal 1979
Screen Shot 2020-02-19 at 3.17.12 PM
Montreal 2010
Brooklyn 2019

Dracula meets #MeToo

Community theatre and segregation

Can we just not have West Side Story any more?

Prejudice against regional actors

Directors and style

More theatre reminisces from playwright David Hansen

And more.

Have you ever wanted to read about Kit Marlowe in Indonesian?

Angry playwrights helped atheism become popular

Are lesbians the black sheep of Broadway?

All about drama therapy

When revenge tragedy meets high school ritual

London’s 6 biggest historical theatre scandals. One involves forcing kids to be actors

Who was your teacher that pushed you in the arts?

Was an actor the inspiration for Dracula?

Some hot, hot García Lorca in translation

Marat/Sade goes meta and Indonesian

Miss Marple in Goa. I feel so sorry for Goa.

The Importance of Being Earnest (performed by immigrants)

Turns out UK theatre is super mega racist too.

VR theatre sounds fun

Serious vs. fun Molière

That actor who does one-man-shows of Molière’s works

That actress who recreates her life in a one-woman show

She also does a sci fi solo show about rape

The Bearded Lady speaks

The world’s most unusual theatres

When live theater goes bad

The OCD play

Woke Supremacy

The Future of Roma Theatre

An ode to ambiguity

And to end this week’s post, here is Kendra Smith covering Mimi & Richard Fariña’s Bold Marauder.


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