Tag Archives: NOTES FROM THE FIELD


16 Nov 2007

Restoring resilience on the Beirut stage

Guardian Unlimited: Arts blog - theatreRestoring resilience on the Beirut stageBen HarrisonSeptember 18, 2007 12:20 PMhttp://blogs.guardian.co.uk/theatre/2007/09/restoring_resilience_on_the_be.htmlNext Wednesday I'm flying back to Beirut, my fourth trip there but my first since last year's war. After attending a conference in Alexandria of...

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13 Jul 2007

Melanie Joseph Reports from the U.S. World Social Forum

From Melanie Joseph, Artistic Director, The Foundry Theatre: Hi everyone,  I'm recently back from the first ever U.S. Social Forum and I'm delighted to report that it was exponentially better than I expected.  Sunder is inviting a bunch of us...

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11 May 2007

Creative Approaches to Reconciliation

To read a fascinating study related to Theatre & Peace Building, please check out Creative Approaches to Reconciliation by TWB member Cyhntia Cohen, who is head of Brandeis University's Slifka Program in Intercommunal Coexistence.  You must be able to open...

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9 May 2007

Ten Gems on a Thread II

By Catherine FillouxOriginally published by The Drama Review 48, 4 (T184), Winter 2004http://mitpress.mit.edu/tdr At home we have different mothers, but in the forest, we all have just one.—Cambodian Proverb ChubbySoon after I arrive in Phnom Penh in November 2003, I...

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9 May 2007

Off Balance in Greece

by Deborah BrevoortOriginally published in @nd, a New Dramatists publication, in the fall of 2002, used with permissionIn October 2000 I set off for Greece with fellow New Dramatists playwright Fiona Templeton to attend the International Women Playwright’s Conference and...

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4 May 2007

Ten Gems on a Thread

By Catherine FillouxOriginally published in @nd…a New Dramatists Publication, Winter 2001-2002,and in In The Shadow of Angkor: Contemporary Writing From Cambodia; Manoa, University of Hawaii Press, 2004. For the past ten years I have been writing plays about Cambodia. In early...

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