The next London Theatre Seminar is co-sponsored by the European Theatre Research Network (ETRN) at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama/University of London.
Who knows what will happen in the next week, but in any case, we're excited to host Duška Radosavljević (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama), Mischa Twitchin (Goldsmiths), and Marilena Zaroulia (Winchester) on the subject of Brexit and Theatre. This talk will take place on 28 March 2019 at 6:30 PM, at 11 Bedford Square (RHUL Central London), Room 1-01.
In this third Leverhulme Lecture, Anne Bogart will examine her pioneering work with Saratoga International Theater Institute, which she co-founded with Japanese director Tadashi Suzuki, as well as considering the shifting role of the director and director training practices.
Sinéad Rushe, theatre director and Senior Lecturer in Acting and Movement on BA Acting CDT, invites you to celebrate the launch of her book, Michael Chekhov’s Acting Technique: A Practitioner’s Guide, published by Bloomsbury Methuen.
In this second Leverhulme Lecture, Anne Bogart will examine the many influences upon her directing.
A day's colloquium on Granville Barker, arguably the greatest English theatre-maker of the twentieth century, the English Stanislavski perhaps, with work that ranges from acting and directing to writing plays, lecturing and campaigning.
This talk, based on Avra Sidiropoulou’s recently published monograph Directions for Directing. Theatre and Method (Routledge 2018), sets out to explore the perennial fascination that directing holds, being, arguably, one of the most synthetic creative disciplines.
Central@Kings will be hosting a book launch for Beyond Failure: New Essays on the Cultural History of Failure in Theatre and Performance (Routledge 2018), edited by Tony Fisher and Eve Katsouraki.
An opportunity to find out more about Central's vibrant and diverse Research degrees programme.
This British-Academy-funded two-day conference asks why there are so few contemporary European plays in translation produced on British stages? What are the barriers to the import of European drama? How might we need to reconsider our attitudes to our relationship to Europe and the idea of Europeaness in the run up to Brexit.
Brexit Stage Left is a festival of staged readings of provocative cutting-edge plays from across the EU. In a Europe that appears to be falling apart, eight playwrights reflect in radical ways on the challenges we all face together.