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Boris Yukhananov – the Artistic Director of the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre, Moscow – discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the theatre community in Russia and the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre. He also shares his thoughts on the post-pandemic theatre.

Grzegorz Jarzyna – the head and artistic director of TR Warszawa (Poland)– responds to Boris Yukhananov and discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected his work, TR Warszawa, and the theatre community in Poland. He also reflects on what may the future of theatre look like.

William Kentridge – a South African interdisciplinary artist and the founder of The Centre for the Less Good Idea – responds to Grzegorz Jarzyna and discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected his work, The Centre, creative process, and the theatre community in Johannesburg.

Tianjiao Li and Xuexi Li from Quirky Moth Theatre – China’s leading theatre company – respond to William Kentridge. The discussion focuses on the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic had on China’s theatre and its communities from the perspective of a theatre maker and spectator. They also explain why they think theatre will survive the pandemic.

Nils Haarmann – dramaturg at the Schaubühne – respond to Grzegorz Jarzyna. The discussion focuses on how Schaubühne responded to the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact it had on its immediate and further plans, and on German theatre institutions and communities.

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Hybrid Vigor: Frankenthaler and Ravel, Part of the “Hearing Color, Seeing Time” Series

To the right of the piano, hung on the far wall of the space, was the ravishing 103 x 172.5 inch acrylic on canvas. The Frankenthaler abstract painting dominated the space with a wash of undulating colors and shapes. Rothenberg opened with commentary about the connections between these two works of art explaining that while it’s challenging to talk about abstract works, as Baudelaire wrote, sometimes the combination of two difficult pieces can clarify and reveal the heart of the works.

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