Dr Joseph Dunne is a performance practitioner and former member of Tracing the Pathway Collective; he is also Rose Bruford College’s research assistant. His practice is rooted in site-based performance and documentation and archiving strategies. This article is a precis of his residencies in Finland and Greenland as part of Tracing the Pathway’s Fluid Ecologies […]
Michael Craig is a documentary film maker living and working in Moscow. He moved to Moscow twelve years ago to make films and write. Over ...
Hansjörg Schmidt discusses his lighting design for Kursk, an immersive theatre show by the theatre company Sound & Fury and playwright Bryony Lavery.
Alec Patton is currently developing a new strand of the British Library/University of Sheffield Theatre Archive Project (TAP) focused on embedding oral history in undergraduate ...
This article was written by Peter Bramley, Head of Movement at Rose Bruford College and the Artistic Director of Pants on Fire theatre company. It marks the culmination of a week-long Movement conference at the school of The Moscow Art Theatre and offers personal insight into contemporary Stanislavski training in Moscow. Moscow, April 2007. On […]
This article was written by Alex Mangold. Alex trained in Germany and is currently conducting PhD research on the theatre of Sarah Kane at Aberystwyth University. He works as a director and as a translator of such playwrights as Howard Barker and Richard Bean into German. Notes on a final year drama production Ever since […]
Fin Kennedy is an award-winning playwright, www.finkennedy.co.uk. A slightly longer version of this article was given as a paper at the Between Fact and Fiction Conference, Birmingham University, 5th September 2007. I am a research-led writer. Someone recently described me as a “method writer” and before that someone else called me an “investigative playwright”. But […]