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Neil Blackadder

Neil Blackadder is an experienced translator of contemporary plays from German and French, and a retired professor and theatre historian. Based in the Hudson Valley, NY.

Neil Blackadder translates drama and prose from German and French, specializing in contemporary theatre. Neil’s translations have been staged in New York, London, Chicago, and elsewhere, and widely published. Playwrights Neil has translated include Lukas Bärfuss, Rebekka Kricheldorf, Ewald Palmetshofer, Ferdinand Schmalz, Mishka Lavigne, and Thomas Arzt. He is also the author of Performing Opposition: Modern Theater and the Scandalized Audience.

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Why the American Theatre Needs Nobel Laureate Jon Fosse
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Why the American Theatre Needs Nobel Laureate Jon Fosse

A Roundtable on Bringing Plays in Translation to Our Stages  

Friday 8 December 2023
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Taking Risks to Promote Community with Visky’s Juliet
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Taking Risks to Promote Community with Visky’s Juliet

20 April 2020

Neil Blackadder writes about three productions of Juliet at Chicago’s Theatre Y, including the most recent one that configured and filled the small black-box space in an unusual way.

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