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Pananadem (Remembering) by Kinding Sindaw
Video

Pananadem (Remembering) by Kinding Sindaw

Presented by La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club

Sunday 15 March 2020
New York, NY
Dragon Lady
Essay

Dragon Lady

One Mother of a Musical

by Manuel R. Cawaling, Erin Murray
19 October 2017
Introducing the World Theatre Map Ambassadors
Essay

Introducing the World Theatre Map Ambassadors

by HowlRound Theatre Commons
14 July 2017
performers dancing in traditional Meranao people clothes (Philippines)
Pananadem (Remembering) by Kinding Sindaw
Video

Pananadem (Remembering) by Kinding Sindaw

Presented by La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club

Sunday 15 March 2020
New York, NY

La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club presented a performance of Pananadem (Remembering) by Kinding Sindaw livestreamed on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv Sunday 15 March 2020 at 3 p.m. EDT (New York, UTC-4) / 19:00 GMT (London, UTC+0) / 20:00 CET (Berlin, UTC+1) / Monday 16 March at 03:00 PHT (Manilla and Singapore, UTC+8).

Dragon Lady
Essay

Dragon Lady

One Mother of a Musical

19 October 2017

Dragon Lady, written and performed by Sara Porkalob, brings bring race, female stories, and intersectionality into the American theatre conversation.

Introducing the World Theatre Map Ambassadors
Essay

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.

We Spell It with a “P”
Essay

We Spell It with a “P”

Claiming Our Narrative

2 October 2016

Emilya Cachapero, director of artistic and international programs at TCG, talks with playwright Victor Maog and Artistic Director of Mu Performing Arts Randy Reyes about being Pilipino theatre practitioners.

Kill New Play Deniers
Essay

Kill New Play Deniers

2 March 2016

Ira Gamerman reports on Australian playwright David Finnigan's new play Kill Climate Deniers that has been funded through an arts grant from the Australian government and called out as a waste of government arts spending although it hasn’t premeried yet.