Set over the course of a visiting hour in a Young Offenders Institution, Through The Wire sympathetically lets us into the lives of the young male prisoners, their visitors and the Prison Officers that watch over them.
In 2012, National University of Ireland, Galway began digitising the archive of the Abbey Theatre, Ireland’s national theatre. Rescheduled from last term, in this Theatre Workings Seminar Professor Lonergan presents thoughts on how the use of digital technologies can allow us to form revised understandings of how theatres function over long periods of time.
This year's Gordon Craig Lecture, in association with the Society for Theatre Research and King's College London, will be given by writer, theatre director, and performer Lola Arias.
Can art be a way to revive the past? A means to represent memories and make present what is lost somewhere in our heads?
Spanning generations, this epic story is part myth, part parable, part cautionary tale, under an umbrella of magical realism and delivered via roller coaster.
Central's Senior Visiting Research Fellow, Prof. Joanne Tompkins addresses some of the ways in which digital resources can assist in highlighting spatiality and location to reformulate the potential of research in our fields.
In this collaboration with the company Moving Stories, MA Music Theatre presents one of Shakespeare’s best-loved stories of jealousy, love and forgiveness.
Stella Duffy, writer, theatremaker and co-director of Fun Palaces, and Nadine Holdsworth, Professor of Theatre and Performance at the University of Warwick, will discuss community arts practices.
To mark the forthcoming publication of his book, Nikolai Demidov: Becoming an Actor-Creator (Routledge, June 2016), Professor Malaev-Babel will present a history of Demidov's methods, discuss his relationship with Stanislavski and the System, and share his own experience of working with the Demidov technique at one of the USA's prestigious acting conservatoires.
Joel Andersson will chair a Practices & Processes seminar on modern Chinese drama and the work of Cao Yu, one of the first Chinese translators of Shakespeare, with Rong Guangrun and The Stage's Alistair Smith.
A showcase of the work of final year students specialising as prop makers, lighting designers, puppeteers, stage designers, costume makers, sound designers, scenic artists, and scenic constructors.