By Simon Stephens
I am going to aim as tough as i will be able to not to be a human being.
A sequence of feedback on wish, loss of life and time.
Nuclear War is the searing results of a groundbreaking and form-defying collaboration among Simon Stephens and the choreographer and circulate director Imogen Knight, built by way of Actors traveling Company.
Introduced through the writer, this version additionally encompasses a suite of lyrics written through Simon Stephens for a musical collaboration with Dutch singer-songwriter Wende Snijders, played at Schouwburg Het Park in Westerdijk, The Netherlands, in March 2017.
Nuclear War was once released to coincide with the area best of the play on the Royal courtroom Theatre, Upstairs, London, in April 2017.
By William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare, englischer Dichter, gilt als einer der größten Dichter der Weltliteratur (1564–1616)
«Leben und Tod Königs Richard des zweyten», von William Shakespeare. Ein dynamisches Inhaltsverzeichnis ermöglicht den direkten Zugriff auf die verschiedenen Abschnitte.
- Erster Aufzug. Leben Und Tod Königs Richard Des Zweyten
- Zweyter Aufzug. Leben Und Tod Königs Richard Des Zweyten
- Dritter Aufzug. Leben Und Tod Königs Richard Des Zweyten
- Vierter Aufzug. Leben Und Tod Königs Richard Des Zweyten
- Fünfter Aufzug. Leben Und Tod Königs Richard Des Zweyten
By J. Bignell,S. Lacey
By Patrick Cheney
By I. Walsh
By John Barton,Oliver Soden,Trevor Nunn,Paul Cartledge
What is the Truth?
Could it's Otherwise?
When theatre started, and a part millennia in the past in historical Greece, it drew from a good of even older myths, the Epic Cycle. those myths have been Europe’s first account of the tragedy and comedy of the human firm. tales and characters from the start of our mind's eye encouraged John Barton to jot down the nice cycle of human lifestyles, Tantalus, an epic theatre fantasy for the trendy age. Its topic is the Trojan warfare, a campaign which turned a disaster. Helen of Troy – was once she fairly the reason for this ten-year warfare? Agamemnon’s affliction – did he need to sacrifice his daughter? Clytemnestra – used to be her murderous revenge justified? A wood horse – how might it wreck an excellent urban? Heroes humbled, youngsters damage, mum and dad bereaved, whole international locations shaken and rebuilt: all go through this kaleidoscope of human destiny. This new version of Tantalus is the fruits of a lifetime’s paintings and entirely encompasses John Barton’s visions and revisions.
By Dale F. Coye
By Katherine Steele Brokaw
In Staging Harmony, Katherine Steele Brokaw finds how the connection among drama, track, and spiritual switch throughout England's lengthy 16th century moved spiritual discourse to extra average positions. It did so by means of reproducing the complicated own attachments, nostalgic overtones, and physically results that permit played tune to awaken the sensation, if no longer continuously the truth, of social concord. Brokaw demonstrates how theatrical tune from the past due 15th to the early 17th centuries contributed to modern discourses at the strength and morality of tune and its right function in non secular lifestyles, shaping the alterations made to church song in addition to people’s reception of these alterations. In representing social, affective, and spiritual lifestyles in all its intricacy, and in unifying auditors in shared acoustic reports, staged musical moments prompt the price of complexity, solution, and compromise instead of oversimplified, absolutist binaries worthy killing or death for.
The theater represented the track of the church’s current and earlier. by means of bringing medieval and early Tudor drama into dialog with Elizabethan and Jacobean drama, Brokaw uncovers connections and continuities throughout different dramatic kinds and demonstrates the endurance of musical functionality traditions. In reading musical practices and discourses, theological debates, devotional practices, and early staging stipulations, Brokaw bargains new readings of famous performs (Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus, Shakespeare’s The Tempest and The Winter’s Tale) in addition to Tudor dramas by means of playwrights together with John Bale, Nicholas Udall, and William Wager.
By Richard Marsh,Katie Bonna
This achingly humorous, romantic disaster fuses poetry and prose to invite if a one-night stand final a lifetime.
A very human story of fine intentions and undesirable timing. Winner of 2012 Fringe First (for innovation and striking new writing on the Edinburgh competition Fringe), soiled nice Love Story is a story of the opportunity of love in a one-night stand.
This moment version used to be released to coincide with the 2017 revival of the play and comprises a few adjustments to the unique script.
By Sabrina Mahfouz
For Layla, each day is a battleground.
The pay hole, the thigh hole, over-sexed pop and selfies which are photoshopped – they're simply a part of the realm she lives in.
But that international is set to change.
While breaking out of her bed room – and with drama, comedy, poetry and song as her guns – Layla breaks down and is sensible of the realities, problems and absurdities of minor existence within the united kingdom today.
Collected from a bespoke nationwide survey, the voices of one thousand united kingdom young people are dropped at lifestyles in Layla. Their targets, matters, role-models and regrets are woven jointly via award-winning Sabrina Mahfouz and theatre corporation Theatre Centre, providing a hard-hitting, but hopeful, story.
Layla's Room acquired its global most desirable at Redbridge Drama Centre on 15 September 2016 in a construction by means of Theatre Centre. it's perfect for college kids and younger performers among sixteen and 18 years old.