Tag Archive: Out of the wings

Final Night – “The Language of the Mermaids” by Mariana de Althaus

The Language of the Mermaids – A Review by Angelina Llongueras In this play a threatening sea is a powerful presence confronting a very superficial and well-to-do family that seems to live in an unshakable world of their own, where their pretence of their assumed social ‘importance’ keeps them from realizing the danger they are […]

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Reading Review- “Reality – The Final” by Michelle Ferreira

The world – the set of characters – that inhabit Reality – The Final is no longer made up of ‘sex, drugs, and rock and roll’, but rather a world of ‘plastic, drugs, and a TV show’.

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April Reading – Numancia (Spain,1585)

Numancia is a play that has haunted me ever since I first read it, thirteen years ago. I feel that it is a play that very much speaks to the times that we live in, and especially the conflict in the Middle East, where innocent civilians suffer so much as their cities are reduced to ruins, and entrenched positions make it so difficult to broker peace.

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// CALL FOR PRESENTERS // Worldmaking on Stage: Theatre Translation Research as Practice A One-day Forum for Theatre Translation Practitioners and Researchers

We invite short proposals for ten-minute provocations or twenty-minute presentations engaging with any of the topic areas below. These need not be in Spanish or Portuguese.(…)

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