Founded in 1907, California College of the Arts (CCA) is noted for the interdisciplinarity and breadth of its programs. It offers studies in 21 undergraduate and seven graduate majors in the areas of fine arts, architecture, design, and writing. CCA students come from across the country from across the world they bring rich experience in different cultures and they come together and have learning experiences that allow them to crossover… Read Article →
An adaptation of the Shakespeare classic ‘All’s Well That Ends Well’ gives the play a South Asian twist. Put on by B.C.’s Bard on the Beach, this version is set in 1947 India at the cusp of Indian independence from the colonizing British. Organizers hope that a more inclusive theatre experience might attract different audiences. To read more: »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: Connect with CBC… Read Article →
Andrew Thompson won best writer sponsored by InterTalent Rights Group at The Stage Debut Awards 2018 in association with Access Entertainment. He was presented the award by Olivier Award-winning playwright James Graham. Andrew Thompson won for his play, In Event of Moone Disaster at Theatre503, London. The Stage Debut Awards are the only theatre awards to recognise and celebrate breakthrough actors and creatives. To find out full details about The… Read Article →
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Actors Kate Burton and Teagle Bougere describe the effects extreme weather, animals and even the moon itself have on each performance of “Coriolanus,” the Shakespeare in the Park production.
Yale and other universities are planning to decolonize English departments, which means getting rid of Shakespeare and other great literature. But Jordan …
Chinese film actress Zhao Tao and director Jia Zhangke discuss their multi-film collaboration and Zhaos unique ability to relate to characters she portrays, …
I pictorial hi Brendan nice to see you again great to see you too so tell me a bit about this year a play right now hopefully becoming a filmmaker tell us what you're up to well I'm taking my my last play the envelope which had its premiere this past spring at centura theater and I turned it into screenplay and now I'm looking for funds to produce it… Read Article →
The Dickinson College Department of Theatre & Dance, with the help of Dickinson alumnus Fred Morsell ’62is staging Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” from Friday, Feb. 29 through Tuesday, March 4, 2008. This video is from the final dress rehearsal.
Sandi Toksvig hosts an irreverent cultural quiz as captains Tim Brooke-Taylor and Dave Gorman are joined by Robin Ince and Rory McGrath for a battle of wit …
like this up in Coffs Harbour and I'm happy to do whatever it takes to get it up here so Marin has done just that and just it's thank you for your work and everything that you have done really not wonderful a retired teacher that's never worked harder probably so thank you very very much and Mirren's also going to work to taking this out to other regional centers… Read Article →
The Arts Unit offer a 3 day workshop program that gives multicultural and refugee students and their teachers a scriptwriting and performance experience culminating in a showcase performance from Fairfield Powerhouse Youth Theatre. follow me [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] so let me tell you a funny story that have to validate so my friend Ahmed I mean would you please play Ahmed Shah to my friend out of it which of… Read Article →
Dickens World, is an attempt to capture a real live piece of Victorian England, Excerpts from various Charles Dickens books are performed each day.
This one is really more a rant about being a festival producer because a playwright was really rude to me…just some advice to people who are submitting art to contests. A bit ranty. everybody it's Patrick it's Tuesday afternoon a couple things happen today that I wanted to talk about first is that i did not get accepted into a playwriting festival that i thought i had a really good… Read Article →
In our first episode of WomenTalk for 2019, we are thrilled to introduce Claire Wong, co-founder and joint artistic director of Checkpoint Theatre! After spending much of her working life in the legal industry, Claire chose to fully pursue her long-time passion for theatre, studying overseas before eventually returning home to Singapore. Checkpoint Theatre is dedicated to developing Singapore stories, focusing much of their energy on developing new and unheard… Read Article →
This is Janusz Madej performing a scene from the play “The Seagull” by Anton Chekhov .Performed part of Constantine Treplev at the Department of Acting Amsterdam 2006 www.januszmadej.com www.januszmadej.hyves.nl you become a writer is that so you're a writer and I am an actress happy child I was so happy I would wake up in the morning and it would sing I i cursed janina I hated you I i… Read Article →
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5/14/14: Last week the 20th Annual Vermont Young Playwrights Festival took over the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts in Burlington for two days. Students from 17 local middle schools and high schools became playwrights, many of them for the first time. After spending each day in workshops, play reading sessions or rehearsals scattered throughout the Flynn, a select number of these 10 minute plays were performed by actors for… Read Article →
The Student Repertory Theatre Company presents the Ohlone College Playwrights Festival 2019, Premieres of 10-Minute Plays and Musicals. Thursday, Friday, Saturday – May 9, 10, 11, 2019 7:00pm ASL Interpreted: May 10 Smith Center at Ohlone College Tickets: $10 General Admission Buy Tickets Now! Event Parking: $4 Smith Center Box Office / Ticket Information The Ohlone College Playwrights Festival is back for its fifth year, showcasing premieres of thought-provoking, humorous,… Read Article →
Elif Shafak is Turkey’s most-read woman writer and an award-winning novelist. She writes in English and Turkish, and has published 13 books, nine of which are novels, including: The Bastard of Istanbul, The Forty Rules of Love, Honour and her nonfiction memoir Black Milk. Her new novel The Architect’s Apprentice is to be published by Penguin UK in autumn 2014. Shafak blends Western & Eastern traditions of storytelling, bringing out… Read Article →