dramaturgy

Photo of characters on set for the Studio Theatre performance of Government Inspector

A Look at the Life of the Playwright Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol was born in...

Hello and welcome to another issue of Talking Theatre! I’m joined today by Ron Jenkins, director of Studio Theatre’s upcoming play, Government Inspector, by Nikolai...
Portrait of Stephanie Bahniuk

Hello and welcome to Talking Theatre! I’m Alex Donovan and today I’m joined by Stephanie Bahniuk, the Costume Designer for Studio Theatre’s recent presentation of...

There are innumerable methodologies and aesthetic values to negotiate when undertaking an adaptation for the stage. The most apparent approach is a simple transposition...

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...
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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...