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* It’s Theatre of War - a universal human experience.
* Told through Australian eyes (new and old) - personal stories of Australians in theatres of war (global conflicts)
* A site-specific…
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The Theatre Arts Dept, School of Media & Performing Arts at Middlesex University will be hosting the second symposium on collaboration in performance practice, with a specific focus on the politics of collaboration. The event will take place on Saturday, 18 May 2013 at Middlesex University, Hendon Campus, North London.
The call for contributions is open to practitioners, academics and PhD students wishing to present research papers, discussion panels or short…Continue
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The School of Creative Arts at Queen's University Belfast has announced a total of FIVE PhD studentships in 2013. This includes one award for an international student, one strategic scholarship and three DEL studentships which are available to national and EU applicants for the 2013-2014 academic year.
Research in music, film, drama and sonic arts lies at the heart of the activities in the School of Creative Arts. It informs teaching, guides the programming of events and…Continue
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Residential Workshop, 'Self-With-Others' at Kattaikkuttu Sangam, Tamil-Nadu, India Meet Chennai, March 11th.
Workshop: March 12th - 17th
Return to Chennai, March 18th
The workshops will combine a rigorous process of psychophysical training (Self-With-Others) with development of skills in solo, small group and ensemble improvisation. In addition to the workshop there will be the chance to participate in a workshop introduction to Kattaikkuttu, the traditional…Continue
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MASKA, vol. XXVII, No. 151–151 (winter 2012)
The present thematic supplement that has been conceived by Martina Rusham over the course of almost a year focuses on theatre and art strategies of resistance to the existing neoliberal economic and consequentially political paradigms that have lately left a strong mark on all layers…
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Papa Would Approve:
Wilson and Brecht in the City that Never Wakes
In 1928, Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill created a work that changed the shape of theatre forever. Eighty-five years later, visionary director Robert Wilson leads Brecht’s own company, the Berliner Ensemble, to perform in Australia for the very first time.
Wilson directs a 30-strong ensemble of actors and musicians performing one of the most familiar…Continue
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THE GIRL IS MISSING // I DON'T KNOW WHO I AM
by and with…Continue
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'Body considering its pains' is being re-staged as part of First Fortnight Festival exhibition, Filmbase, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland, 4-12 January 2013
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In residency at Studio Marie Chouinard January 8th - 25th 2013 for my new creation "Native Girl Syndrome".
Lara Kramer’s new creation "Native Girl Syndrome" is inspired by her grandmother’s experience of having migrated from a remote First Nations…Continue
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Dance artist Leda Franklin is looking for around twenty 'real' people to form a naked chorus during a twenty-five minute piece of ontemporary dance at The Place in London on 18 January as part of the Resolution! 2013 festival there.
You will need to be available for two rehearsals - 4 & 16 January - and the full day of the performance.
Leda is now especially looking for women to take part although people of all ages, sizes, shapes, races and genders are…Continue
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