What I am up to, theatrically speaking

CFP: Revealing Posthuman Encounters in Performance

Edited by Stefano Boselli and Sarah Lucie  Abstract proposals due by February 28, 2022 Revealing Posthuman Encounters in Performance is an intervention to reframe current theatre studies methodologies to attend to the broader spectrum of non-human actors and the crucial ways they exert agency in the theatre event.  Posthumanist discourse…
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Podcasts: Pirandello ON AIR

Between January and April, I will participate in two Zoom/Facebook livestreams: the first will be an introduction to the Pirandello Society of America, “Meet the PSA: Pirandello in the 21st Century” (January 22 at 12 pm EST) and the second will be a lecture on “Staging, Performing , and Directing…
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PhD Dissertation Defense

After 6 years and a half, I finally concluded my PhD in Theatre and Performance studies with the defense of my dissertation “The Argentines of Paris: Theatrical Networks and Assemblages.” After so much reading and writing, I now look forward to devoting some more time to practical artistic projects. In…
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Papers: ATHE Boston – Theatres of Revolution

Double paper presentation coming up at the ATHE Conference “Theatre of Revolution” in Boston. The first, “Oscillating Between Mythical Past and Recent Events: Alexis. A Greek Tragedy by Motus as a Mechanism for Revolt” for the Performance Studies Focus Group and the second “How to Become an Argentine of Paris:…
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Translator: Sanua’s The Unfaithful Husband

Just published, a collaborative translation with the legendary Marvin Carlson of a play in Italian by the founder of Egyptian theatre, James Sanua. Thanks to Egyptian scholar Wafaa El Beih for editing and providing the Italian edition. Full text of The Unfaithful Husband in Arab Stages 8 (2018)
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Staged Reading: Thebes Land by Sergio Blanco

Continuing my collaboration with LaMicro Theater, on November 19 I’ll direct a staged reading as part of Escena Sur – Latin American Plays. Thebes Land by contemporary Uruguayan playwright Sergio Blanco explores the themes of patricide and homoerotic attraction within a metatheatrical frame. For details see LaMicro’s Facebook event page
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