Inside: Artists and Writers in Reading Prison ArtAngel at Reading Prison 20 November 2016 In the great prison where I was then incarcerated, I was merely the figure and the letter of a little cell in a long gallery, one of a thousand lifeless numbers of a thousand lifeless lives. - Oscar Wilde, De Profundis 1897 Inside, a new installation of interactive artworks by several international artists and curated by ArtAngel is currently on display at the now decommissione
A few weeks ago, the #tinyshakespeare Project worked with Shakespeare's Globe and Montgomery County Community College to stream information about Shakespeare's Globe and Playing Shakespeare directly into classrooms and across Montgomery County.
I had a chance to sit down with questions from students and community members, and chat directly with Globe Artist Colin Hurley ( actor and teacher), and talk about creating living theatre in a stage space with a pedigree over 400 y
'Slip/Shot' playwright in London with #tinyshakespeare Project
This has been an incredible week: my friend Jackie Goldfinger spent some time with me here in London, and we both took advantage of the time together to dive into the theatres of London, seeing plays ranging from a 17th Century masque to a verbatim, oral history project created in the moment , today - all in settings which ranged from the massive Olivier Theatre to an intimate upper room of a pub. Jackie is a pl
National Theatre: 40 years as a Space for Play National Theatre 25 October 2016
On 25 October 1976, the National Theatre Complex was opened on the South bank of the Thames River. In commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the building’s opening, The National Theatre hosted a symposium about the event, and the creation of the space, featuring Richard Pilbrow (lighting designer for Sir Laurence Olivier, the space’s first Artistic Director), Paule Constabl