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December 11, 20126 years ago

The New Face of Acting Teachers

In December 2012 I was selected for the post-graduate course "The New Face of Acting Teachers - Theatre Training Methods for Innovative Pedagogical Practice" which will take place in Mexico City at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM). The course is led by Jurij Alschitz, a Russian director and one of the most renowned theatre pedagogues at this time, joined by a team of European and Mexican teachers in view of intercultural exchange. Stay tuned for my blog of the month-long session in February 2013! Read more
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May 31, 20126 years ago

The Short Play and Postmodernist Stage Directing: A Virtual Experiment with Pirandello’s Cecè

In my article "The Short Play and Postmodernist Stage Directing: A Virtual Experiment with Pirandello’s Cecè" just published by Quaderni d'Italianistica I continue my research on the potential of brevity at the theatre. I propose to stage three or more interpretations of the same play within the same context as a strategy to destabilize single authorship and authoritarian critical positions.
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May 31, 20126 years ago

The Italian Linguistic Continuum for the Stage: The Challenges of Translating Carta canta by Raffaello Baldini

I recently completed co-editing issue #3 of TSJ Translation: Translations Studies Journal, a peer reviewed journal, in collaboration with Philip Balma and Viola Miglio. In the section dedicated to the theatre, you can find my article "The Italian Linguistic Continuum for the Stage: The Challenges of Translating Carta canta by Raffaello Baldini." Read more
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May 30, 20126 years ago

Clothes (Don’t) Make the (Wo)Man: Costume as Mask and Identity in Enrico IV and Nostra Dea

PSA - Pirandello Society Annual XXIV is now in print and contains my article "Clothes (Don’t) Make the (Wo)Man: Costume as Mask and Identity in Enrico IV and Nostra Dea." Read more
May 29, 20126 years ago

Stage Directions in Translation: George Bernard Shaw and the Italian Versions of the Plays Pleasant and Unpleasant

My article "Le didascalie tradotte alla prova: George Bernard Shaw e le versioni italiane dei Plays Pleasant e Unpleasant” (“Stage Directions in Translation: George Bernard Shaw and the Italian Versions of the Plays Pleasant and Unpleasant)" has appeared in the Italian translation studies journal Testo a fronte. Read more
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Tags: Italica, Medieval, Sonnet
May 29, 20126 years ago

Virtual Theatres in Miniature Rooms: The Early Italian Dialogic Sonnets

Italica - Journal of the American Association of Teachers of Italian has recently published “Virtual Theatres in Miniature Rooms: The Early Italian Dialogic Sonnets” an article in which I highlight the performative aspects of the Medieval Italian sonnet. Read more
February 3, 20127 years ago

Call for Articles: Theatre and Theatricality in Italian Literature and Visual Media

L’ANELLO che non tiene: Journal of Modern Italian Literature has asked me to be the guest editor for the upcoming special issue Theatre and Theatricality in Italian Literature and Visual Media (vol. 24, 2012). Read more
October 26, 20117 years ago

Commedia! 2011 - Blog

The blog with videos from the Commedia! course I am teaching at Gettysburg College is up and running. Here you can find some slideshows and all videos of the canovacci performed by two budding troupes of contemporary commedia dell'arte performers. Parental guidance recommended for some of them, so be warned! 😉
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