- — Chris Thorpe (@piglungs)Wed, Jul 26 2017 12:30:04
- — Chris Thorpe (@piglungs)Wed, Jul 26 2017 12:31:07@housetheatre ...I think people are more likely to engage with political content if you don't give them the impression you're going to tell them...
- — Chris Thorpe (@piglungs)Wed, Jul 26 2017 12:33:38@housetheatre And if that's what a piece is telling me before I get there, I already know if I think I'll agree with it or not. And that isn't a...
- — house (@housetheatre)Wed, Jul 26 2017 12:41:38@piglungs Interesting you say don't call it political theatre - 1 main category in the Ed Fringe prog. is 'political' - does this put off programmers?
- — Rebecca Manson Jones (@JustRMJ)Wed, Jul 26 2017 12:40:23
- — Rebecca Manson Jones (@JustRMJ)Wed, Jul 26 2017 12:41:20
- — house (@housetheatre)Wed, Jul 26 2017 12:44:52
- — Entita Theatre (@EntitaTheatre)Wed, Jul 26 2017 12:16:38@housetheatre Saw some of the reaction to it yes, looked amazing! So far our work with Shakespeare has focused on the characters rather than the politics
- — Emily Moseley (@emilymoseley)Wed, Jul 26 2017 12:48:44@housetheatre We don't programme very much (if any?) overtly political theatre. Stand up comedy on the other hand...
July #housechat: Touring Political Theatre
This month we talked about political theatre and how it fits into the contemporary theatre touring scene.
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