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Progressive dramaturgy; a guest discussion

“the minute you walk into a play and say ‘I know what you should be and if you don’t do that you’re not a play’ then you’re missing the play that’s doing something progressive.” David Lane
What does a play look like? What about the writer whose play doesn’t look like a play? A discussion which gives the director/literary manager a way into working with the text and the writer, and the writer a way to vocalise what they might have had trouble describing. Continue reading

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