Collected thoughts on dramaturgy


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April 20, 2020

This crisis has also highlighted another issue: theatre’s role as a public service.

April 19, 2020

What do you do, when life starts writing the play you were about to create, but on a larger scale?!

April 18, 2020

This encouragement by the giant of home travelling Xavier de Maistre gives me some consolation and hope. Although I have foolishly wasted three good weeks daydreaming about sharing a picnic with friends in the nearby park, at last, I am now gently guided back to explor...

April 17, 2020

Since the lockdown, it seems that performance has not been locked up, waiting for our return in those temporarily empty buildings we used to call theatres, but has followed us home, and is now everywhere around us if we care to look.

April 16, 2020

Dramaturgs, since this is their modus vivendi, are good partners for creative dialogues about the unknown.

April 15, 2020

Will those communities we wanted to engage and work with survive? Young people and old, migrants and socially marginalised men and women, artists and civilians with whom and for whom this project was set up in the hope that what we begin is only an impetus, and its inf...

April 14, 2020

Do we still count weekdays and ‘holy’ days when “the time is out of joint”?

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