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PEN World Voices International Play Festival 2016

Internationally celebrated playwrights tackle global issues including gender identity, inequality, migration, refugees, and climate change in 8 free play-readings.

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Crisis to Creation: Public Report on A Town Hall for the Future of NYC Performing Arts

Photos by Gaia Squarci Crisis to Creation Town Hall on the Future of NYC Performing Arts Public Report available This February, the Segal Center asked 16 organizations to present their […]

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Cultural Mobility Symposium. US Guide + Public Report

  The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center created, in collaboration with the European cultural mobility information network On the Move and the U.S.-based grass-roots international network Theatre Without Borders, a […]

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The Unparalleled Magic of City and Stage

written by Rami G. Khouri NEW YORK—Many significant things related to the Middle East and its relations with Western societies happened on Monday of this week, some more significant than […]

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Anita Rákóczy On “Theatre as Civic Response: Hungary’s Árpád Schilling (Krétakör) and Critic Andrea Tompa ”, 3/07/2012

On March 7, the Martin E. Segal Theatre Centre hosted a Hungarian event, Theatre as Civic Response, by inviting the renowned Hungarian independent theater maker and director Árpád Schilling, and […]

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Joe Heissan On “Celebrating Daniel Gerould’s Quick Change”, 3/14/2011

The Segal Center’s celebration of Prof. Daniel Gerould’s Quick Change:  Theatre Essays & Translations proved to be a justifiably crowded event.   If you didn’t reserve tickets in advance, chances are you […]

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The Last Uncharted Territory—an Evening with John Guare

“American history,” I recently heard George C. Wolfe, director of John Guare’s latest play A Free Man of Color, say, “is not a well-made play.”  Last Monday before an enthusiastic […]

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Prepare to Get Made

This is the true story of forty performing artists, picked to live in a house…OK, not exactly. But if the idea of a behind-the-scenes look at the “challenging and eclectic […]

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The Lowdown on “Highbrow/Lowdown”

Tuesday night’s colloquium on David Savran’s new book was simply a gas–as a jazzman might say.  Upon walking into the Segal Theatre we were greeted by William McNally’s live piano […]

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New Voices in Croatian Drama (a follow-up)

For those avid readers of the Segal Center blog, my apologies for not following up until today on the New Voices in Croatian Drama event that took place on May […]

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