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Journée d’études : « La Performance et la ville : architecture, organicité, mobilité » (Université Gustave Eiffel, Champs-sur-Marne, 17 mai 2022)

  Nous proposons avec cette journée d’étude, d’interroger les liens de la performance, une forme artistique mobilisant le corps, avec la ville et l’espace urbain. Si la performance fait appel au corps, elle repose également sur l’action ou...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 10 May 2022

CfP: American Society for Theatre Research (ASTR): ‘Catastrophe’ at Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel, New Orleans, LA, 3-6 November

Deadline for Proposals: 1 June 2022 Further information can be found here. Two sessions (at least) will be of interest to member of PPCN: Then and Now: Disaster and Adversity in Medieval Performance – organised by Jacqueline Jenkins (Calgary) and Susannah...
From: Early English Drama & Performance on 25 Apr 2022

Hanover College Theatre to present children’s musical “A Year with Frog and Toad”

Famed children’s storybook characters come to life as the Hanover College Theatre presents the musical adaptation of “A Year with Frog and Toad.” Suitable for all ages, “A Year with Frog and Toad” is a charming tale of friendship. After waking...
From: Blogging Sidney's Sonnets on 2 Mar 2022

Performance: Creation Theatre presents ‘The Witch of Edmonton’, Live online, 5-20 March

400 years ago, Elizabeth Sawyer was tried and hanged for witchcraft. Now, Creation Theatre invites you to be her judge. Was Elizabeth Sawyer a witch who sold her soul to the devil or simply a lonely, mistreated woman? Was Satan himself at work in Edmonton...

Appel à communication : « La performance et la ville : architecture, organicité, mobilité » (Marne-la-Vallée, 17 mai 2022)

Valie Export, Encerclement, Configurations corporelles, photographie en noir et blanc avec dessin à l’aquarelle rouge, 55,7 x 73,8 cm, 1976 © Adagp, Paris, 2021. Cette journée d’étude s’inscrit dans les recherches entreprises dans l’axe «...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 17 Dec 2021

5 November, 1597 - Friar Spendleton and the end of the Diary!

Here's what the Admiral's Men and Pembroke's Men performed at the Rose playhouse on this day, 424 years ago... Henslowe writes: 5 | tt at fryer splendelton |  00 | 14In modern English: 5th [November, 1597] ... total at Friar Spendleton ... 14 shillingsPortrait...
From: Henslowe's Diary ... as a Blog! on 5 Nov 2021

4 November, 1597 - A Humorous Day's Mirth

Here's what the Admiral's Men and Pembroke's Men performed at the Rose playhouse on this day, 424 years ago... Henslowe writes: 4| tt at vmers... | 00 | 16 In modern English: 4th [November, 1597] ... total at Humours ... 16 shillings Today, the Admiral's...
From: Henslowe's Diary ... as a Blog! on 4 Nov 2021

3 November, 1597 - Hardicanute

Here's what the Admiral's Men and Pembroke's Men performed at the Rose playhouse on this day, 424 years ago... Henslowe writes: 3 | tt at knewtus | 00 | 10In modern English: 3rd [November, 1597] ... total at Canutus ... 10 shillingsToday, the players...
From: Henslowe's Diary ... as a Blog! on 3 Nov 2021

13 October, 1597 - Doctor Faustus and a short hiatus

Here's what the Admiral's Men performed at the Rose playhouse on this day, 424 years ago... Henslowe writes: tt at docter fostes ... 0In modern English: [13 October, 1597]  ... total at Doctor Faustus ... 0Faustus summoning Mephistopheles: from the1616...
From: Henslowe's Diary ... as a Blog! on 13 Oct 2021

11 October, 1597 - Hieronimo and a new beginning

Here's what the Admiral's Men and Pembroke's Men performed at the Rose playhouse on this day, 424 years ago... Henslowe writes: In the name of god amen the xj of octobe begane my lord admerals & my lord of penbrockes men to playe at my howse 159711...
From: Henslowe's Diary ... as a Blog! on 11 Oct 2021

Galatea 101: Performing John Lyly in the 21st Century

Galatea (c.1584) enjoyed some more research and development with actors in August 2021, as it heads towards a production in collaboration with Wildworks, when director Emma Frankland gathered theatremakers at the 101 Outdoor Creation Space (thanks to...
From: Before Shakespeare on 20 Sep 2021

Performance: Edward’s Boys present ‘The Fawn, Or Parasitaster’ by John Marston, 29 Sept-2 Oct 2021

Edward’s Boys are back! Originally titled Parasitaster, or the Fawn, the play was performed by at least two of the children’s companies, probably in 1606. The play’s alternative Latinized name means a flatterer or hanger-on, and both titles signal...
From: Early English Drama & Performance on 26 Aug 2021

Galatea 101 #3

Bea Webster talks about the process of turning sixteenth-century English into British Sign Language and the creation of appropriate signs, the importance of a diverse rehearsal room, and what it’s like playing a character about to be sacrificed… Part...
From: Before Shakespeare on 19 Aug 2021

Galatea 101 #

Nadia Nadarajah and Brian Duffy tell us about their experiences working on the play Galatea, including translations into British Sign Language, exploring the character of the goddess Diana, and using physical communication and visual vernacular. The work...
From: Before Shakespeare on 19 Aug 2021

Galatea

This week and next, Galatea is back on its feet once more! Now heading towards a production in collaboration with Wildworks, director and theatremaker Emma Frankland has gathered theatremakers at the 101 Outdoor Creation Space (made possible thanks to...
From: Before Shakespeare on 18 Aug 2021

7 July, 1597 - Five Plays in One

Here's what the Admiral's Men performed at the Rose playhouse on this day, 424 years ago... Henslowe writes: 27 | tt at v playes in one | 00 | 14In modern English: 27th [July, 1597] ... total at Five Plays in One .. 14 shillingsThe number 5 in acolumn...
From: Henslowe's Diary ... as a Blog! on 27 Jul 2021

18 July, 1597 - The Wise Man of West Chester and a departure

Here's what the Admiral's Men performed at the Rose playhouse on this day, 424 years ago... Henslowe writes:  marten slather went for the company of my lord admeralles men the 18 July 1597 18 | tt at wisman  | 01 | 10 In modern English:Martin Slater...
From: Henslowe's Diary ... as a Blog! on 18 Jul 2021

16 July, 1597 - A French Comedy

Here's what the Admiral's Men performed at the Rose playhouse on this day, 424 years ago... Henslowe writes: 16 | tt at frenshe comodey ...  | 00 | 09 In modern English: 16th [July, 1597] ... total at French Comedy ... 9 shillingsAntoine Watteau,...
From: Henslowe's Diary ... as a Blog! on 16 Jul 2021

15 July, 1597 - Alexander and Lodowick

Here's what the Admiral's Men performed at the Rose playhouse on this day, 424 years ago... Henslowe writes: 15 | tt at elexsander & lodwicke ... | 00 | 08In modern English: 15th [July, 1597] ... received at Alexander and Lodowick ... 8 shillingsA...
From: Henslowe's Diary ... as a Blog! on 15 Jul 2021

5 July, 1597 - That Will Be Shall Be

Here's what the Admiral's Men performed at the Rose playhouse on this day, 424 years ago... Henslowe writes:  5 |  tt at what wilbe shalbe ... | 00 | 10In modern English: 5th [July, 1597]  ... total at What Will Be Shall Be ... 10 shillings Today,...
From: Henslowe's Diary ... as a Blog! on 5 Jul 2021

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