posts tagged: theater arts

#playwrightinawindow — sharing your raw voice in real-time on stage

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Have you ever watched a writer write in a cafe? Or wondered what is the mysterious writers process many writers refer to? Or what goes into the writing of script for a theatre play? Across Chicago in cafe’s everywhere you’ll often find writers nestled in between chairs and tables quietly taping away. But what you rarely see is the work as they are creating it. You have to wait months to see a writers work rehearsed, on a stage or in a book after many hours, days, months spent crafting their ideas, the stories narrative, embedded in dialogue and scene. Well today I stumbled upon a very interesting project going … Keep Reading…

Tanya Saracho: Collaboration shapes us

This blog post is a talk delivered by Tanya Saracho about her story forming Teatro Luna, Chicago’s first and only all-Latina theatre. It is a story about how collaboration through communication shapes us and the power of our stories when shared both within and outside our communities. Keep Reading…

Theatre as Social Connectors

This post is a brief insight into the concept and launch of the online community network for the new National Theatre Wales. The social network is based on a ning network and aims to engage members to collaborate, converse and debate on English language theatre in Wales. Keep Reading…