Literary Criticism, Drama
When Life Gives You Risk, Make Risk Theatre
Three Tragedies and Six Essays by Edwin Wong, Gabriel Jason Dean and Nicholas Dunn & Emily McClain
Creators, Innovators, and Theatremakers: Defy the Smallness of the Stage With the Greatness of Your Daring Wong’s first book upended tragic literary theory by arguing that risk is the dramatic fulcrum of the action. It also launched an ...
A Bloody Song
How Anime and Literature Collide by Caroline Kerjean
Growing up in a fractious household in working-class Brooklyn, my mother dreamt of living in France, of experiencing “civilization.” As for myself, molded by the gloomy obsessions of the adults around me, I sought refuge as a child in a Japanese ...
by Aria Quill
The Gootesnooter story is fiction but with lessons. The Gootesnooter play is an easy read, in particular as a closet drama, which is a play better understood by reading; and/or as a play, script fashion, in two parts for either two short plays or ...