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Bring the Conversation
Essay

Bring the Conversation

On Twitter, What We Leave Behind, and Processing Trauma

by Demi Nandhra, Rajni Shah
23 September 2019
It Doesn't Have to be #MeToo
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It Doesn't Have to be #MeToo

Progress of Education and Prevention in The Theatre

Art Forms in Flux
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Art Forms in Flux

An Artist’s Interpretation of State Park in “Rod”

by Koy Suntichotinun
2 May 2016
a person with a large bean bag over their head standing alone in the desert
Bring the Conversation
Essay

Bring the Conversation

On Twitter, What We Leave Behind, and Processing Trauma

23 September 2019

Demi Nandhra and Rajni Shah talk about their performance practices, social media, mental health, ego, and more.

It Doesn't Have to be #MeToo
Event

It Doesn't Have to be #MeToo

Progress of Education and Prevention in The Theatre

Art Forms in Flux
Essay

Art Forms in Flux

An Artist’s Interpretation of State Park in “Rod”

2 May 2016

In this installment, Koy Suntichotinun discusses his process for creating a performance piece interpreting Aaron Weissman’s State Park, in which he incorporates social media.

Our Spiciest Year, or How We Accidentally Became Theatre Critics
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Our Spiciest Year, or How We Accidentally Became Theatre Critics

12 January 2016

The development and origin of Hot Pepper Theater, spicy hot and succinct theatre reviews.

Re-Tweeting Jeremy Gable’s The 15th Line
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Re-Tweeting Jeremy Gable’s The 15th Line

11 September 2015

Professor Erin Mee discusses her decision to re-tweet Jeremy Gable’s The 15th Line and the dramaturgical questions she has for the project.

Twitter Plays
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Twitter Plays

When Theatre Connects with Reality

11 September 2015

Playwright Jeremy Gable discusses his process and the aftermath for creating his Twitter play The 15th Line.

Building Your Identity and Fan Base Like a Metal Band
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Building Your Identity and Fan Base Like a Metal Band

13 July 2015

In this installation, Seth Lepore compares theatre artists to metal bands, and realizes theatre artists have a lot they can learn.

A Facebook post.
(Re)Search
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(Re)Search

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Social Media

21 August 2013

(Re)Search is a six part series by Bree Windham a current graduate student in dramaturgy. It details her experiences as a young dramaturg navigating different resources and the ways she has come utilize them through trial, error, and advice from others.

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Social Media from the Playwright’s Perspective at Dramatists Guild
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Social Media from the Playwright’s Perspective at Dramatists Guild

Tuesday 21 May 2013 
New York, NY, United States

Dramatists Guild of America presented Social Media from the Playwright’s Perspective livestreamed on the global, commons-based peer-produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Tuesday 21 May 2013 at 2:30 p.m. PDT (San Francisco) / 4:30 p.m. CDT (Austin) / 5:30 p.m. EDT (New York) / 21:30 GMT / 10:30 p.m. BST (London). View the conversion into your local time here.

A cartoon depicting someone on a phone with various apps surrounding her.
The Galaxy's Guide to Digital Media
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The Galaxy's Guide to Digital Media

The Dying Dinosaur—E-Blasts

6 February 2013

Though marketing through e-mail still lives, it is key to keep up with the current social media trends as it will keep you relevant after the final demise of e-mail.

A list of goals.
The Galaxy’s Guide to Digital Media
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The Galaxy’s Guide to Digital Media

#SigDMC

23 January 2013

With new positions like Digital Media Coordinator, Mallory explains the role and necessity of this position in reaction to how the world is changing.

Exploring Twittergate
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Exploring Twittergate

Lessons Learned from Woolly’s Infamous Tweet Up Experiment

1 March 2012

Woolly Mammoth debriefs on what did and didn't work in their forray into Twitter, and how other theatres can replicate and learn from their experiment.

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Theater, Twitter, and Revolution
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Theater, Twitter, and Revolution

24 April 2011

"All the hand-wringing about tweeting in the theatre is really nothing more than a distraction from the far more important, positive, and legitimate ways in which Twitter is changing our art form."

A cartoon depicting someone on a phone with various apps surrounding her.
Galaxy's Guide to Digital Media 
Series

Galaxy's Guide to Digital Media 

A series exploring the role of digital media in the theatre realm.