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Urban dramaturgy plays with the structure, rhythm, and flow of the city to enact new stories of what our cities are and for whom. There are a myriad of artists, housed by cultural institutions and art venues, taking up urban space and showcasing new and exciting approaches to framing the city. This is a recording of a discussion held at the Segal Theater in New York on 23 April 2015, in collaboration with the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (LMDA), featuring Bertie Ferdman, Mallory Catlett, Peter Eckersall, Andrew Kircher and Jeff Stark.

Please, follow the link to watch the recording on the Segal Theatre Centre's website:

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