I will be presenting on interdisciplinary artistic research for the Postgraduate Colloquium at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile on 13th November. Zoom link available on request.
I will also be taking part in a panel at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s online symposium, Nexus #1: IN/ACTION, on 2nd December. Details here.
This event will also act as the inaugural meeting of the Contemporary Performance in Higher Education Network
Another chance to see Rob Drummond’s play about voting, and how to disagree with each other. I directed the original at the National Theatre in 2017 and this is a new production by Fargo’s Theatre B – available to watch as a live stream with an interactive app. Details here.
Watch this space for more details of our new book, a collection of plays by Rob Drummond that I directed between 2011 and 2018. Published by Bloomsbury Methuen Drama next year.
Read my review of Liesbeth Groot Nibbelink’s Nomadic Theatre: Mobilising Theory and Practice on the European Stage, just published at Contemporary Theatre Review.
My new article has just been published, co-written with Jamie Lorimer (Oxford) and Danielle Schreve (Royal Holloway). Read it at Cultural Geographies.
A new version of The Majority, which I directed at the National Theatre in 2017, was presented in Seoul this month. I worked as a dramaturg with the team in London earlier this year and a translation of the play was presented in Korean by the Wooran Foundation.
My new article has just been published, co-written with Oliver Heath at Royal Holloway. Read it at Studies in Theatre and Performance.
My Study Guide on Journeys in Live Art has just been translated by Ayşe Draz for Performistanbul. You can read it in Turkish here, or the original for the Live Art Development Agency is here.
Another chance to see Stuart Hepburn’s bio-play about the Italian cyclist, Marco Pantani. I directed the original in 2013 and this new production is directed by the author at Òran Mór in Glasgow from 28th October. Details here.
Listen to my conversation with Scottish playwright-performer Rob Drummond, whose work I have often directed. We discuss collaboration, ethics and participation in our work over the last few years.