Rohan Kulkarni

Rohan Kulkarni
Rohan is a second-year MA Drama student at the University of Alberta, focusing on intercultural theatre in Canada. In addition to his academic career, Rohan works as a dramaturg, having taken on productions like A Dream Play, Oedipus the King, and Spring Awakening. He loves writing- plays, blog posts, short stories, reviews, and of course, scholarly articles.

The Kaufman Kabaret presents the audience with a little known piece of Canadian history: the acceptance and decriminalization of birth control as a result...

Infamous for providing both seductive entertainment and political commentary in Weimar Germany, the cabaret was a place outside everyday society where people could express...

Reason 24/50 to Go See A Play Studio Theatre patrons will be the first audiences to see The Kaufman Kabaret by Hannah Moscovitch (March...
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...

MFA Theatre Practice candidate Christine Lesiak presents a theatre-for-one experience like no other Pushing boundaries, experimenting with form, and creating authentic audience experiences are...

A timeline of past productions of A Dream Play by August Strindberg By Dana Tanner-Kennedy, John Battye and Rohan Kulkarni
BFA Acting class of 2015 in A Dream Play by August Strindberg, adapted by Caryl Churchill. Photo by Ed Ellis.

A Dream Play dramaturgs and director let imaginations wander over Strindberg's text

August Strindberg, photo by Robert Roesler,...
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Aside from his innovations on the stage and vibrant, socially minded commentary, Brecht is equally known for his theatre theory and his vision for...
Blavatsky's Tower by Moira Buffini. Photo by Ed Ellis.
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Moira Buffini's ultimate soap opera of contemporary family life Blavatsky’s Tower is primarily a commentary on the dark side of family ties. Taking place in...