Dramaturgy Now Roundtable
  • Dublin

You are invited for a lively afternoon of debate and discussion onthe versatile and diverse role of the dramaturg in Irish theatremaking hosted by the Dramaturgs' Network Ireland. We will hear from artists who were part of the DRAMATURGYNOW project, funded by the Arts Council of Ireland, providing tenpaid dramaturgy mentorships across Ireland. Dramaturgs and mentees will share what they got up to in these in-depth conversations and practice sessions. Conversation will include Hanna Slattne & Eadaoin O'Donohguefollowed by Thomas Conway & Ronan Dempsey.To end the afternoon, the Dramaturgs' Network Ireland is thrilled tohost 'Dramaturgy in Collaborative Theatre-making', a talk bydramaturg, writer and academic Sarah Sigal, based on her bookwith the same name.This open discussion is designed to invigorate and strengthendramaturgical practice, and allow us to reflect on future projects. Timetable 2 - 2.30pm : Meet and greet, coffee and tea 2.30pm : Intro to project Pamela McQueen & Aoife Spillane Hinks 2.45pm - 3.15pm : Mentorship sharing with Hanna Slattne & Eadaoin O'Donoghue 3.15pm - 3.45pm : Mentorship sharing with Thomas Conway and Ronan Dempsey Each case study is a pairing in conversation 15 minutes /15 minutes discussion questionsfrom the audience.3.45pm - 4pm : Comfort break 4pm - 5pm : Sarah Sigal intro and presentation'Dramaturgy in Collaborative Theatre-making' 5pm - 5.30pm Q&A with Sarah

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