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Conversation with Vegard Vinge (Norway) + Ida Müller (Germany) at the Martin E. Segal Center in New York City
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Conversation with Vegard Vinge (Norway) + Ida Müller (Germany) at the Martin E. Segal Center in New York City

Monday 22 October 2018
New York City

The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center presented a talk with Vegard Vinge (Norway) + Ida Müller (Germany) livestreamed on the global, commons-based peer-produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Monday 22 October at 3:30 p.m. PDT (San Francisco) / 5:30 p.m. CDT (Chicago) / 6:30 p.m. EDT (New York).

The Art of Listening Is Political
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The Art of Listening Is Political

27 October 2017

In the fifth installment of this series, Brendan McCall reflects on the work of Norwegian American vocalist Kristin Norderval, and how her art transforms listening into a political act.

Process as Collective Property- Nela H. Kornetová / T.I.T.S.
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Process as Collective Property- Nela H. Kornetová / T.I.T.S.

5 September 2017

In the fourth installment of this series, Brendan McCall discusses the work of Czech-born, Norway-based artist Nela H. Kornetová , and her performance collective T.I.T.S. 

The Sonic Harvests of Øystein Elle / Capto Musicae
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The Sonic Harvests of Øystein Elle / Capto Musicae

18 August 2017

In the third installment of this series, Brendan McCall discusses the work of Norwegian artist Øystein Elle and his company Capto Musicae. Originally a classically trained opera singer, Elle now works in a hybrid performance field combining live and recorded music, with performances that border on vocal concerts or art installations.

Nordic Black Theatre
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Nordic Black Theatre

Drama, Diversity, and Celebration

12 August 2017

In the second installment of this series, Brendan McCall discusses the work of Cliff Moustache and Nordic Black Theatre. 

Grusomhetens Teater
Essay

Grusomhetens Teater

Cruelty and Entertainment

5 August 2017

In the first installment of this series, Brendan McCall discusses the work of Lars Øyno and his company Grusomhetens Teater.

Introducing the World Theatre Map Ambassadors
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Introducing the World Theatre Map Ambassadors

14 July 2017

The World Theatre Map beta project has engaged its first cohort of twenty-eight World Theatre Map Ambassadors from twenty-four countries to direct community organizing, outreach, and feedback gathering.

Laura, or Scenes from a Common World
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Laura, or Scenes from a Common World

Returns, Love, and Ovid’s Lessons of Change

21 February 2016

Playwright Damon Falke discusses his play Laura, or Scenes from a Common World and how “Apollo and Daphne” from Ovid’s Metamorphoses inspired his work.

On Listening
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On Listening

Finding Characters in Their Element

1 November 2015

Playwright Damon Falke discusses his process of listening when creating characters for his work.

Out of Sight, Not Out of Mind—Hearing the Voices of the Future
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Out of Sight, Not Out of Mind—Hearing the Voices of the Future

25 April 2015

Norwegian composer Marte Røyeng has created a musical exploring sustainability with children, hoping to help them think about big issues.

Beyond Ibsen
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Beyond Ibsen

Brendan McCall discusses the work of Norwegian artists.