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Henrik Eger

Henrik Eger
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Henrik Eger, Ph.D. (Writer Perception, Writer Projection). Editor-in-chief Drama Around the Globe. Producer/director, multi-lingual International Shakespeare (London). Bilingual Playwright, including Metronome Ticking, a Holocaust docudrama. Translator for Martin Luther King, Jr.’s German Nobel Peace Prize mail; other translations (German to English) include Arthur Schnitzler’s La RONDE (Reigen) or: Climaxing on the Merry-Go-Round. Author of articles, stories, theater reviews, interviews (including Donald Margulies, Doug Wright); and books, including Who Is Afraid of Noam Chomsky?; Distortions: A socio-literary study of some influences on the production and perpetuation of the image of “the German" in English literature; Kreative Schocks, Creative Shocks; Iran, Iran: Secret Poetry, and 4 college textbooks. Poet, including “Ishmael, swallowed up by the American Night.” Contributor with 6 entries to Literary Exile in the Twentieth Century. Originator Barrymore Handbook for [Philadelphia theater] Nominators and Judges. Workshop facilitator, including “The Urge to perfection: Unblocking writers.” Scriptwriter/narrator All About Jewish Theatre: The world's largest secular synagogue and open university. Board member: Media Theatre and Theatre Ariel. Writer of theater articles in the U.S. (HowlRound, The Progressive, The Forward, DC Metro Theater Arts, Broad Street Review, Phindie, Philadelphia Gay News) and overseas (Afghanistan, Germany, India, Iran, Israel, Netherlands). A tenured professor of English and Communication, Eger taught on 3 continents, including four universities and one college in the U.S.

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