Blog

Collected thoughts on dramaturgy

 

Recent Posts

April 13, 2020

​​Part of the Invisible Diaries series

Week 1/Day 7

Week 1/Day 6
Week 1/Day 5

Week 1/Day 4

Week 1/Day 3

Week 1/Day 2

Week 1/Day 1
Introduction

Here we are — I have arrived at the end of my Invisible Diaries stint for the Dramaturgs’ Network. I’d like to thank you for your att...

April 12, 2020


​​Part of the Invisible Diaries series

Week 1/Day 6
Week 1/Day 5

Week 1/Day 4

Week 1/Day 3

Week 1/Day 2

Week 1/Day 1
Introduction

We made cupcakes today and then sat around the table decorating them with sprinkles.

It occurred to me this would be a good replacement activity...

April 11, 2020

​​Part of the Invisible Diaries series

Week 1/Day 5

Week 1/Day 4

Week 1/Day 3

Week 1 / Day 2

Week 1/ Day 1
Introduction

I went out today!

This was the second time I stepped out onto the streets in the last three weeks. Both times on a trip to the local supermarket.

I had been...

April 10, 2020

As a response to the situation in the theatre profession caused by the pandemic, the Dramaturgs’ Network is launching a new project: an online journal, Invisible Diaries, written by dramaturgs, starting from 7 April 2020. Every week a different dramaturg will write...

April 9, 2020

Part of the Invisible Diaries series

​​Week 1/Day 3

Week 1 / Day 2

Week 1/ Day 1
Introduction

Believe it or not, I write these posts on my phone, at night, after the children are in bed, sitting on an old pink sofa, exhausted. Today I’m particularly tired – too tired to ev...

April 8, 2020

Part of the Invisible Diaries series

​​Week 1 / Day 2

Week 1/ Day 1
Introduction

Woke up today to packed bags laid out on the living room carpet. My four-year-old is going on holiday. To her grandparents in Germany. ‘The doctors will fight the Coronavirus,’ she says optim...

April 7, 2020

Part of the Invisible Diaries series

Week 1 / Day 1

Introduction

Hello, readers of the Dramaturgs’ Network’s Invisible Diaries!

How are you getting on? Have you noticed how those phrases we commonly exchange as often empty placeholders in our daily communication with...

Please reload

Please reload

Search by Tags
Please reload

Follow Us
  • Facebook Classic
  • Twitter Classic
  • Facebook App Icon
  • Twitter App Icon