Poetic Political Theatre: A Review of “The Secret River” by Kate Grenville, Adapted by Andrew Bovell
The Sydney Theatre Company’s 2013 landmark staging of The Secret River to the United Kingdom was...Read More
KATALIN TRENCSÉNYI is a dramaturg, researcher, and theatre-maker. Her areas of specialization are: contemporary theatre and performance, new drama development, dance dramaturgy, collaborative processes, and European director’s theatre. As a London-based freelance dramaturg, Katalin has worked with the National Theatre, the Royal Court Theatre, Deafinitely Theatre, Corali Dance Company, and Company of Angels, among others. As a theatre-maker, Katalin has worked and taught internationally: in Belgium (DANSPUNT – Out of the Toolbox Festival), Canada (Playwrights’ Workshop Montréal), Poland (Festival of New Dramaturgies), Russia (Diaghilev Festival), and the US (LMDA dance dramaturgy workshop at Gibney Dance). Katalin is co-founder of the Dramaturgs’ Network (d’n), has worked on its various committees, and from 2010 to 2012 served as its President. Currently, she is working as a member of the d’n Advisory Board. Katalin is the author of Dramaturgy In The Making. A User’s Guide For Theatre Practitioners (Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015), editor of Bandoneon: Working With Pina Bausch (Oberon Books, 2016), and co-editor with Bernadette Cochrane of New Dramaturgy: International Perspectives On Theory And Practice (Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2014). As a visiting lecturer Katalin has taught at the University of Kent, the Guildford School of Acting (University of Guildford), Kingston University, Falmouth University, and the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Currently, she is working as an associate lecturer at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).
It was long overdue for a British audience to be given the opportunity to see another work by the...Read More
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Mark Bly is an American dramaturg, editor, and lecturer. He was the chair of the Playwriting...Read More