Collected thoughts on dramaturgy


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May 11, 2020

This is very often what I attend to as a dramaturg, triangulating my experience of the body and space with the progression of time.

May 10, 2020

An entrance hall forms the invitation to the house. A well-designed one makes you want to come in and explore further. A bit like an overture, it gives an introduction to the character of the inhabitants through hints of their design preferences or assortment of umbrel...

May 9, 2020

When I’m stuck, it’s always worth trying to slow down, to think about what information is entering my body.

May 8, 2020

Acts of joint imagination are... core to the work that happens in the process, between me as a dramaturg and the maker with whom I’m working.

May 7, 2020

Today in the supermarket I noticed how physical proximity no longer has the same part in making meaning in our relationships with others. Having to maintain a more or less equal distance with everyone you encounter ... makes us cast around for new ways of making meanin...

May 6, 2020

We are becoming adept at transforming our more limited spaces to serve lives and actions, which we are used to fitting into much more varied and numerous spaces. I wonder how, in normal times, I might reconfigure space by my actions, rather than suit my actions to my s...

May 5, 2020

In lockdown times, all of us in the theatre and dance world are thinking really hard (or trying not to think) about the particularity of sharing a single space with other human beings, and how central this is to our art.

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