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Anchuli Felicia King

Anchuli Felicia King is a multidisciplinary theatre artist of Thai-Australian descent. She is currently based in New York, where she is completing her M.F.A. in Dramaturgy at Columbia University. Her areas of interest include technodramaturgy, music production and international new play development. As a playwright, Felicia is interested muscular, feminist work with strong roles for non-native English speakers, centering on issues of national and global urgency.

“These are not natural events”
Essay

“These are not natural events”

Ariel’s Technodramaturgy in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s The Tempest

11 January 2018

Anchuli Felicia King explores use of motion capture and the construction of an embodied and artificial Ariel in the RSC’s version of The Tempest.

Beyond Liveness
Essay

Beyond Liveness

The Dramaturgies of Augmented Reality in Live Theatre

12 November 2016

Anchuli Felicia King discusses augmented reality technologies, one of the most radical technological advances affecting the theatre today and the unique dramaturgies and opportunities provided by AR in theatre.

Comedy, Contrivance, and Criticism
Essay

Comedy, Contrivance, and Criticism

A Defense of Smart People

26 April 2016

Anchuli Felicia King on the Second Stage production of Lydia R. Diamond’s Smart People in New York.