dramaturgy

Hannah Moscovitch

Reason 23/50 to go see a play Studio Theatre patrons will be the first audiences to see The Kaufman Kabaret by Hannah Moscovitch (March...
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After centuries of queer life being hidden in the closet and the loss of almost an entire generation of gay men to HIV/AIDS, The...

William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is ridden with references to nature and specifically weather. Why did Shakespeare think it was important to have his...

University of Alberta’s New Works Festival showcases what’s next in Edmonton theatre by Jenna Marynowski Originally published on After the House Lights There’s a lot going...

Four times the reasons to go see a play To see a play move off the page and onto the stage in front of an...

When the logic of war and terror take over, how easily do we sacrifice all we hold dear? To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the...
ABBEDAM debuts new translation and adaptation of Spring Awakening (2015). Photo by Kelsi Kalmer.

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the University of Alberta’s Department of Drama, the Curious Arts blog is sharing 50 Reasons to Go See...

Catherine Banks’ 2008 Governor General award-winning play, Bone Cage, presented by Edmonton’s Theatre Yes from now until Oct. 4, features a host of UAlberta...
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New play borne of the history of birth control in Canada Guest post by Hannah Moscovitch Canadian playwright Hannah Moscovitch has been commissioned to create a...
Tribes by Nina Raine at U of A Studio Theatre. May 2015. Photo by Ed Ellis.

As I worked on the communications and marketing to support the U of A Studio Theatre production of Tribes, I learned a great deal...