Collected thoughts on dramaturgy


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May 25, 2020

While dramaturgy relates to discrete dramatic and theatrical phenomena, it also describes the infinitely expanding set of all things in which they exist and the process of the creation of theatre itself.

May 24, 2020

Some have seen the productions live. Some have seen both the theatrical version and the cinematic version. None of us has seen the cinematic version in a domestic setting on domestic devices before Covid-19. The ontological status of the object being viewed becomes a p...

May 23, 2020

Do I normally spend a week reflecting on both my own practice and on the multitude of conceptual spaces that dramaturgy occupies? No. Do I normally articulate my thinking in first-person to the occupants of the interwebs at large? No. Using the diary format is a concei...

May 22, 2020

“'Institutional dramaturgy consists of the practices through which an arts institution structures its patrons’ experiences in the service of advancing its goals or articulating its identity'. [...] Deprived of their core business, what are the practices used by...

May 21, 2020

Even when being invited into the rehearsal room, the mere entering of the collaborative space, which in itself exists as a multiplicity, becomes a performative act to be managed. No longer am I able to slip into the rehearsal room and take a moment to reorientate mysel...

May 20, 2020

The dramaturg’s work is about finding patterns: noting patterns that are broken by other patterns, only to find that both of these patterns reform to create a new pattern, and all of these patterns combined create the whole.

May 19, 2020

This liminal period provides both space and time to examine the cultural frameworks of my life that intersect, and thus shape, both me and my dramaturgical competencies.

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