The original contributors and curators for the documentary and anthology continue to innovate and transform the field of peacebuilding and the arts. Read about their recent activities, upcoming events, and other updates:
- Daniel Banks
- Catherine Filloux
- Kate Gardner
- Roberto Gutiérrez Varea
- Mary Ann Hunter
- Roberta Levitow
- Allison Lund
- Ruth Margraff
- Dijana Milošević
- Aida Nasrallah
- John O'Neal
- Madhawa Palihapitiya
- Lee Perlman
- Jo Salas
- Polly Walker
Reflections & Responses
Ruth Margraff showed her new play, ANGER/FLY at the Trap Door Theater from May 24 through June 30. ANGER/FLY deconstructed and expanded the story of a perfect little town that erupts in a violent riot set off when all the husbands simultaneously find flies in their soup. Margraff has been called one of America’s most singular and “daring theater artists” (C. Svich, Divine Fire). She is known for an “audaciously original” (Moscow Times) use of poetic language that provides “layer after layer of richly textured emotion…and imminent danger” (Dallas Morning News). Read more.
Upcoming Events:Back to One-Year Anniversary page.
Centraltrak Gallery Artist Residency
December 17 - January 30, 2012; with Jan 15 workshop of THREE GRACES with director Raphael Parry of Shakespeare Dallas/Project X
September 14, 2012 in Kristinehamn, Sweden
October 20, 2012 in Växjö, Sweden
December 4, 2012 in Kalmar, Sweden
Trap Door Theater, Chicago, IL
May 24 - June 30, 2012
New City Stage review
RED FROGS excerpt
February 29, 2012
Art Institute of Chicago Ballroom, Chicago, IL
Directed by Karen Yates for book launch with support from AWP, NoPassport Press, Dramatists Play Service, Innova Records/Autonomedia, New Village Press, Playscripts, Inc.
Interviews, News and Articles:
- “Theatre Without Borders Keeps the Channels of Communication Open.” Horwitz, Simi. April 27, 2012. Interview for Backstage, New York City.
- "Review: Anger/Fly/Trap Door Theatre." Westin, Monica. June 4, 2012. New City Stage.
Acting Together Case Study:
Read Ruth Margraff's original case study for the Acting Together project.