23.08.2005 00:00

Divadelní hry o zkušenostech s přistěhovalectvím

(New York, USA) Hry s tematikou přistěhovalectví budou součástí série čtení na jaře 2006 v divadle Martina E. Segala, které se ve spolupráci s mezinárodními instituty pokusí autory přivézt do New Yorku. Skripty v angličtině je třeba zaslat do 15. září 2005.

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These plays will be part of the readings series in the Spring, 2006, at the Martin E. Segal Theatre. We will make an attempt to bring the playwright to New York, hopefully in cooperation with other international institutions.

DO NOT SUBMIT THE ENTIRE PLAY. You will be contacted if we are interested in looking at the entire script. The deadline for submission is September 15, 2005. Please submit the following: Your Name Country of Origin Phone/Fax Email Curriculum Vitae and/or Bio Synopsis of the play TWO scenes from the play, or the equivalent of about 10 pages.

Please address any questions or send the information to the following curators: Ian Morgan, Associate Artistic Director, New Group: ian@thenewgroup.org - Marcy Arlin, Artistic Director, ITP immigrantstheat@aol.com - Dr. Frank Hentschker, Program Director Martin E. Segal Theatre FHentschker@gc.cuny.edu

For information on the above organizations you can visit our websites: www.thenewgroup.org - www.immigrantstheat.org – http://web.gc.cuny/MESTC

The 2006 series will feature a selection of 4-5 new plays from writers from the US and around the world dealing with immigration and refugees internationally. We are looking for finished plays, in English or translated into English, whose themes relate to immigration and refugees in the non-US world. We are NOT looking for plays about immigration to the United States; rather, we are interested in exploring the issues arising from such themes as a) immigration from one continent to another, i.e. West Africa to France, East Asia to South America, Afghanis to Australia, Japanese to Peru, etc.; b) intra-continental movement, i.e. Turkish workers to Germany, Balkans to Sweden, Indians to Japan, Rwandans to South Africa, etc.

Dr. Frank Hentschker
Program Director
Martin E. Segal Theatre Center
The Graduate School and University Center
The City University of New York
365 Fifth Ave, New York, NY 10016-4309
w 212 - 817-18 63
fax 212 - 817-15 62

ZDROJ: Theatre Without Borders

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