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 obedience. When we walk this road of self-discovery, we become heroes ourselves, experiencing the adventure of our own lifetimes.

 

 

 

Enjoy your stay in our reading room. Read about theatre , theatre arts, experimental and fringe theatre, reviews of books about stage, theatre and arts, and opinions of artists about what is going in theatre worldwide today.

 

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Teaching Experimental Theatre - by Jim Hamilton . Click here.

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Who is the Hero - by Steven Barnes . Click here.

bulletSouth African Hamlet - is an intriguing production from The RSC's Complete Works Festival, it refelcts vividly  the 'rainbow nation' of South Africa. Janet Suzman and John Kani talk to David Blair about the production. Click here.
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Inspired by the kibbutz - Playwright and film director Mike Leigh, who returns to his heritage with his latest play, tells Aleks Sierz how his unique working methods were inspired by the kibbutz. Click here .

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The Life of Galileo and other Brecht plays. It is one of the greatest dramas of intellectual betrayal ever written, argues David Hare .Click here .

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Chekhov unexpected cruelty and violence .Arts Director Katie Mitchell always thought of Chekhov as a lyrical, romantic writer - until she came to put on The Seagull, in which she discovered unexpected cruelty and violence . Click here .

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The Outsider - Sam Shepard made his name unpicking the American psyche in Fool for Love . Click here .

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Why have I got myself into this? - Paul Arendt witnesses the inspired mess of the Old Vic's 24 Hour Plays, where writing, rehearsal and performance are crammed into one day  . Click here .

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Quick we've lost Brazil - Can a play be staged across three continents at the same time? Alfred Hickling finds out . Click Here .

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Ibsen in Egypt - Nehad Selaiha hails the premiers of Ibsen's A Doll's House and The Wild Duck and wonders why they did not happen sooner. Click here .

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Writing a Novel - Watch this video . Novelist Cory Doctorow describes his writing process, lists the tools he uses, and provides advice to writers. Click  here .

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A Walking History of Downtown Stage - You couldn’t ask for a more beautiful space to stage “Off Stage: The West Village Fragments,” a warmhearted and well-researched tribute to the birth of Off Off Broadway that includes a series of excerpts from pioneering downtown plays of the 1960’s. Click here .

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Harold Pinter Plays Krapp's Last Tape - Here is an unforgettably potent, poignant performance, as one great dramatist salutes another in a play that gazes unflinchingly at mortality. Harold Pinter plays Samuel Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape in an electric wheelchair at Royal Court Upstairs. Click Here .

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Wanted: Crazy Ideas - The Young Vic was once a crumbling wreck facing closure. Now, after a two-year rebuild, it has been reborn - bigger and better. Click here .

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In The Deep End - As a writer of savage social drama, Mark Ravenhill didn't like physical theatre. Then he had a go. The result is a weird tale of drug-addled bohemians and their multisexual friends, set in a swimming pool . Click here .
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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