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November 22

Fall 2021 Segal Book Talk Series: Bogart, Cattaneo, Eiko, Greene, Mann, Marranca, Perloff, Raddatz, Sidiropoulou, Smalec

Join us for a series of book conversations with theatre makers who wrote and published work during the time of Corona.

After finishing our Prelude 2021 Festival: Start Making Sense!, we are proud to announce our Fall 2021 Segal Book Talks series!

Many of the speakers from our global Segal Talks series – some of the most respected and veritable theatre makers in the world – rejoin us to talk about the book projects they worked on during the pandemic! We are sharing sample chapters from these new works HERE for you to peruse, before our participating authors converse with Segal Center Director Frank Hentschker.

We’re glad to end the final months of 2021 with this brilliant series, in collaboration with and hosted on www.howlround.com!

SEGAL BOOK TALKS – FALL 2021

NOVEMBER

Mon  Nov 22, 12:00 noon
Bonnie Marranca
Book Talk: Timelines: Writings and Conversations; US

In her latest book, the NY arts critic turns to far-ranging subjects that include the catastrophic imagination, landscape and writing, performance drawing, cultural history, as well as issues of emotion, beauty, and the spiritual in art.​

Mon  Nov 29, 12:00 noon
Theresa Krystyna Smalec
Book Talk: Ron Vawter’s Life in Performance; US

Smalec examines Ron Vawter’s unique contributions to New York’s downtown theater scene, first with the Performance Group and later as a founding member of the Wooster Group—while also covering his solo projects. With guests John Jesurun and Marianne Weems.

DECEMBER

Wed  Dec 1, 12:00 noon
Alexis Greene & Emily Mann
Book Talk: EMILY MANN: Rebel Artist of the American Theater; US

The story of a pioneering woman and theater artist who defied the American theater’s sexism, a traumatic assault, and illness to create unique documentary plays and to lead the McCarter Theatre Center, for thirty seasons, to a place of national recognition.

Mon  Dec 6, 12:00 noon
Carey Perloff
Book Talk: Pinter and Stoppard: A Director’s View; US

An account of Perloff’s lifelong engagement with Harold Pinter and Tom Stoppard, two leading British playwrights of our time–“exploring their Central European Jewish heritage and providing a set of tools for approaching their work in a performance environment and for unlocking the mysteries of their plays for audiences.

Wed  Dec 8, 12:00 noon
Anne Cattaneo
Book Talk: The Art of Dramaturgy; US

Using detailed stories from her work, Cattaneo traces the field from its beginnings in the eighteenth century to the present, and chronicles the multitude and variety of tasks a dramaturg undertakes before, during, and after a production is brought to the stage.

Mon  Dec 13, 1:00 PM
Anne Bogart
Book Talk: The Art of Resonance; US

What is artistic resonance and how can it be linked to one’s life and one’s art? This latest book of essays from theatre director Anne Bogart, considers the creation of resonance in the artistic endeavor, with a focus on the performing arts.​

Wed  Dec 15, 12:00 noon
Avra Sidiropoulou & Frank Raddatz
Book Talk: Staging 21st Century Tragedies. Theatre, Politics, and Global Crisis; Greece & Germany

Editor Sidiropoulou and 20 fellow writers and artists examine ways in which the tragedies of our century are being negotiated on international stages. The globally reemerging practice of politically engaged art produces a “Theatre of Crisis,” a new form of contemporary tragedy. With contributor Frank Raddatz.

Mon Dec 20, 12:00 noon
Eiko Otake
Book Talk: A Body in Fukushima: Japan and US

Eiko, a Japanese New York movement-based interdisciplinary artist, shares a collection of insightful essays about the devastated Fukushima landscape after the meltdown of reactors at the Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan—​with dance photography by William Johnston​.

ABOUT THE SEGAL TALKS

The Segal Theatre Center’s online conversation series SEGAL TALKS was created in March of 2020 after the abrupt closing of the Graduate Center for any kind of public activities due to Corona and the cancellation of the entire spring season. The SEGAL TALKS during The Time of Corona offered conversations on theatre, performance and art during the pandemic featuring with more than 200 theater artists from over 50 countries. New York, US, and international theatre artists, curators, writers, and academics talked daily during the week for one hour with Segal Center’s director, Frank Hentschker, about life and art in the Time of Corona and speak about challenges, sorrows, and hopes for the new Weltzustand— the State of the World. In the summer of 2021 Segal Talks continued to focus on Theatre, Performance and The Political, the Segal Center’s 2023 New York International Festival of the Arts Project and the 2022 Center’s Public Park Project. During the pandemic The Segal Center was for a long period globally the only theatre institution creating new, original, daily content for the global field of theater and performance five days a week. Currently the Center is preparing the 4th edition of the Segal Center’s global Film Festival on Theatre and Performance.

SEGAL TALKS
are free, open access, without ads will be live-streamed in English from Wednesday to Friday on HowlRound Theatre Commons and on the Segal Center Facebook. This program is presented in collaboration with HowlRound Theatre Commons, based at Emerson College. All SEGAL TALKS are archived on HowlRound, and on the Segal Center YouTube Channel.

CONTACT
Send us your questions during the live streaming at SegalTalks@gmail.com.
Contact mest@gc.cuny.edu for more information on SEGAL TALKS.
Contact Frank Hentschker at fhentschker@gc.cuny.edu for press information.
Follow us @segalcenter on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter 

ABOUT THE MARTIN E. SEGAL THEATRE CENTER
Originally founded in 1979 as the Center for Advanced Studies in Theatre Arts (CASTA), The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center was renamed in March of 1999 to recognize Martin E. Segal, one of New York City’s outstanding leaders of the arts. The Segal Center curates over thirty events throughout the Spring and Fall academic seasons, all free and open to the public. Dedicated to bridging the gap between the professional and academic theatre communities, the Segal Center presents readings, performance, lectures, and artists and academics in conversation. In addition, the Segal Center presents three annual festivals (PRELUDE, PEN World Voices: International Pay Festival, and The Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance) and publishes and maintains three open access online journals (Arab Stages, European Stages, and The Journal of American Drama and Theatre). The Segal Center also publishes many volumes of plays in translation and is the leading publisher of plays from the Arab world. The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center (MESTC) is a vital component of the Theatre Program’s academic culture and creating in close collaboration a research nexus, focusing on dramaturgy, new media, and global theatre. The Segal Center provides an intimate platform where both artists and theatre professionals can actively participate with audiences to advance awareness and appreciation. www.TheSegalCenter.org

THE SEGAL TEAM
Executive Director: Frank Hentschker
Associate Producers: Andie Lerner & Tanvi Shah

THE GRADUATE CENTER, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
, of which the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center is an integral part, is the doctorate-granting institution of The City University of New York (CUNY). An internationally recognized center for advanced studies and a national model for public doctoral education, the school offers more than thirty doctoral programs, as well as a number of master’s programs. Many of its faculty members are among the world’s leading scholars in their respective fields, and its alumni hold major positions in industry and government, as well as in academia. The Graduate Center is also home to twenty-eight interdisciplinary research centers and institutes focused on areas of compelling social, civic, cultural, and scientific concerns. Located in a landmark Fifth Avenue building, The Graduate Center has become a vital part of New York City’s intellectual and cultural life with its extensive array of public lectures, exhibitions, concerts, and theatrical events. www.gc.cuny.edu.

HowlRound Theatre Commons
at www.HowlRound.com is a free and open platform for theatre makers worldwide that amplifies progressive, disruptive ideas about the art form and facilitates connection between diverse practitioners. HowlRound envisions a theatre field where resources and power are shared equitably in all directions, contributing to a more just and sustainable world. HowlRound was founded on an organizing principle in the “commons”—a social structure that invites open participation around shared values. HowlRound is a knowledge commons that encourages freely sharing intellectual and artistic resources and expertise. It is our strong belief that the power of live theatre connects us across difference, puts us in proximity of one another, and strengthens our tether to our commonalities. HowlRound is based at Emerson College, Boston. http://www.howlround.com
Start: Nov 22, 2021
End: Dec 20, 2021
Venue: Live Stream
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December 6

SEGAL TALKS: Carey Perloff- ‘Pinter and Stoppard: A Director’s View’

Join us for a conversation with Carey Perloff about her new book: Pinter and Stoppard: A Director’s View.
Part of the Segal Center’s Fall 2021 Book Talk Series.
Moderated by Frank Hentschker, Director, MESTC, The Graduate Center CUNY.

Carey Perloff is a director, writer, producer and educator who recently completed an acclaimed 25-year tenure as Artistic Director of the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco (1992 to 2018). The youngest person ever chosen to lead a LORT theater, Perloff oversaw the rebuilding of the Geary Theater and the creation of A.C.T.’s second stage (The Strand), reanimated ACT’s educational programs and created decades of vigorous, culturally diverse programming with an international focus. Prior to A.C.T., Perloff ran CSC Repertory where she staged the world premiere of Ezra Pound’s Elektra an won an Obie for Excellence. Noted for her collaborations with Tom Stoppard and Harold Pinter, Perloff is also a playwright; her work has been produced across the country and in Paris. She’s the author of Beautiful Chaos: A Life in theTheater (City Lights Press 2015) and Pinter and Stoppard: A Director’s View (Bloomsbury Methuen 2022), was awarded a Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Government and several Honorary Doctorates. B.A., Classics andComparative Literature, Phi Beta Kappa, Stanford, Fulbright Fellowship to Oxford University. She continues to direct around the world, most recently at the Gate Theatre, Dublin and the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. www.careyperloff.comAbout Pinter and Stoppard: A Director’s View:

Harold Pinter and Tom Stoppard, by most accounts amoung the leading British playwrights of our time, might seem to comefrom very different aesthetic, cultural and political worlds. But as Carey Perloff’s fascinating new book reveals, the two have much in common. By examining these contemporaries alongside one another and in the context of the rehearsal room, we can glean new insights and connections, including the impact of their Jewish background on their work and their passion for the details of stagecraft. Readers of Pinter and Stoppard: A Director’s View will emerge with a set of tools for approaching their work in a performance environment and for unlocking the mysteries of the plays for audiences.

Carey Perloff draws upon her first-hand experience of working with both writers, creating case studies of particular plays in production to provide new ways of positioning the work today. 30 years after major criticism on both playwrights first emerged, this is a ripe moment for a fresh examination of the unique contribution of Pinter and Stoppard in the twenty-first century.

CLICK HERE for a free download of the chapter The Jewish Connection from Pinter and Stoppard: A Director’s View by Carey Perloff. Published by and courtesy of Bloomsbury Press, as well as for sample chapters of upcoming book talks.

SEGAL BOOK TALKS – FALL 2021

NOVEMBER

Mon  Nov 22, 12:00 noon
Bonnie Marranca
Book Talk: Timelines: Writings and Conversations; US

Mon  Nov 29, 12:00 noon
Theresa Krystyna Smalec
Book Talk: Ron Vawter’s Life in Performance; US


DECEMBER
 

Wed  Dec 1, 12:00 noon
Alexis Greene & Emily Mann
Book Talk: EMILY MANN: Rebel Artist of the American Theater; USMon  Dec 6, 12:00 noon
Carey Perloff
Book Talk: Pinter and Stoppard: A Director’s View; US

Wed  Dec 8, 12:00 noon
Anne Cattaneo
Book Talk: The Art of Dramaturgy; US

Mon  Dec 13, 1:00 PM
Anne Bogart
Book Talk: The Art of Resonance; US

Wed  Dec 15, 12:00 noon
Avra Sidiropoulou & Frank Raddatz
Book Talk: Staging 21st Century Tragedies. Theatre, Politics, and Global Crisis; Greece & Germany

Mon Dec 20, 12:00 noon
Eiko Otake
Book Talk: A Body in Fukushima; Japan and US


ABOUT THE SEGAL TALKS
The Segal Theatre Center’s online conversation series SEGAL TALKS was created in March of 2020 after the abrupt closing of the Graduate Center for any kind of public activities due to Corona and the cancellation of the entire spring season. The SEGAL TALKS during The Time of Corona offered conversations on theatre, performance and art during the pandemic featuring with more than 200 theater artists from over 50 countries. New York, US, and international theatre artists, curators, writers, and academics talked daily during the week for one hour with Segal Center’s director, Frank Hentschker, about life and art in the Time of Corona and speak about challenges, sorrows, and hopes for the new Weltzustand— the State of the World. In the summer of 2021 Segal Talks continued to focus on Theatre, Performance and The Political, the Segal Center’s 2023 New York International Festival of the Arts Project and the 2022 Center’s Public Park Project. During the pandemic The Segal Center was for a long period globally the only theatre institution creating new, original, daily content for the global field of theater and performance five days a week. Currently the Center is preparing the 4th edition of the Segal Center’s global Film Festival on Theatre and Performance.

SEGAL TALKS
are free, open access, without ads will be live-streamed in English from Wednesday to Friday on HowlRound Theatre Commons and on the Segal Center Facebook. This program is presented in collaboration with HowlRound Theatre Commons, based at Emerson College. All SEGAL TALKS are archived on HowlRound, and on the Segal Center YouTube Channel.

CONTACT
Send us your questions during the live streaming at SegalTalks@gmail.com.
Contact mest@gc.cuny.edu for more information on SEGAL TALKS.
Contact Frank Hentschker at fhentschker@gc.cuny.edu for press information.
Follow us @segalcenter on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter 

ABOUT THE MARTIN E. SEGAL THEATRE CENTER
Originally founded in 1979 as the Center for Advanced Studies in Theatre Arts (CASTA), The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center was renamed in March of 1999 to recognize Martin E. Segal, one of New York City’s outstanding leaders of the arts. The Segal Center curates over thirty events throughout the Spring and Fall academic seasons, all free and open to the public. Dedicated to bridging the gap between the professional and academic theatre communities, the Segal Center presents readings, performance, lectures, and artists and academics in conversation. In addition, the Segal Center presents three annual festivals (PRELUDE, PEN World Voices: International Pay Festival, and The Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance) and publishes and maintains three open access online journals (Arab Stages, European Stages, and The Journal of American Drama and Theatre). The Segal Center also publishes many volumes of plays in translation and is the leading publisher of plays from the Arab world. The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center (MESTC) is a vital component of the Theatre Program’s academic culture and creating in close collaboration a research nexus, focusing on dramaturgy, new media, and global theatre. The Segal Center provides an intimate platform where both artists and theatre professionals can actively participate with audiences to advance awareness and appreciation. www.TheSegalCenter.org

THE SEGAL TEAM
Executive Director: Frank Hentschker
Associate Producers: Andie Lerner & Tanvi Shah

THE GRADUATE CENTER, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
, of which the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center is an integral part, is the doctorate-granting institution of The City University of New York (CUNY). An internationally recognized center for advanced studies and a national model for public doctoral education, the school offers more than thirty doctoral programs, as well as a number of master’s programs. Many of its faculty members are among the world’s leading scholars in their respective fields, and its alumni hold major positions in industry and government, as well as in academia. The Graduate Center is also home to twenty-eight interdisciplinary research centers and institutes focused on areas of compelling social, civic, cultural, and scientific concerns. Located in a landmark Fifth Avenue building, The Graduate Center has become a vital part of New York City’s intellectual and cultural life with its extensive array of public lectures, exhibitions, concerts, and theatrical events. www.gc.cuny.edu.

HowlRound Theatre Commons
at www.HowlRound.com is a free and open platform for theatre makers worldwide that amplifies progressive, disruptive ideas about the art form and facilitates connection between diverse practitioners. HowlRound envisions a theatre field where resources and power are shared equitably in all directions, contributing to a more just and sustainable world. HowlRound was founded on an organizing principle in the “commons”—a social structure that invites open participation around shared values. HowlRound is a knowledge commons that encourages freely sharing intellectual and artistic resources and expertise. It is our strong belief that the power of live theatre connects us across difference, puts us in proximity of one another, and strengthens our tether to our commonalities. HowlRound is based at Emerson College, Boston. http://www.howlround.com
Start: Dec 6, 2021
End: Dec 6, 2021
Venue: Live Stream
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December 8

SEGAL TALKS: Anne Cattaneo- ‘The Art of Dramaturgy’

Join us for a conversation with Anne Cattaneo about her new book: The Art of Dramaturgy.
Moderated by Frank Hentschker, Director, MESTC, The Graduate Center CUNY.

Anne Cattaneo is the dramaturg of Lincoln Center Theater, Co-Executive Editor of the Lincoln Center Theater Review and the creator and head of the Tony Award Honor-nominated Lincoln Center Theater Directors’ Lab. A three-term past president of Literary Mangers and Dramaturgs of the Americas, she was the recipient of LMDA’s first Lessing Award for lifetime achievement in dramaturgy ​and a 2020 Guggenheim Fellow.

www.annecattaneo.com

About The Art of Dramaturgy:
Anne Cattaneo, one of the first Americans to fill the role of dramaturg, is a theater artist, scholar, researcher, play advocate, editor, and writer’s friend. She defines the job of a dramaturg to “reflect light back on the elements that are already in play,” while bringing a work of theater to life on a stage. Cattaneo traces the field from its beginnings in the eighteenth century to the present and chronicles the multitude and variety of tasks a dramaturg undertakes before, during, and after a production is brought to the stage. Using detailed stories from her work with theater artists such as Tom Stoppard, Wendy Wasserstein, Robert Wilson, Shi-Zheng Chen, and Sarah Ruhl—​as well as the rediscovery of a ‘lost’ play by Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston—Cattaneo provides an invaluable manual to those studying, working in, and interested in dramaturgy.

CLICK HERE for a free download of the first chapter of The Art of Dramaturgy by Anne Cattaneo, published by and courtesy of Yale University Press in September 2021.

SEGAL BOOK TALKS – FALL 2021

NOVEMBER

Mon  Nov 22, 12:00 noon
Bonnie Marranca
Book Talk: Timelines: Writings and Conversations; US

Mon  Nov 29, 12:00 noon
Theresa Krystyna Smalec
Book Talk: Ron Vawter’s Life in Performance; US


DECEMBER
Wed  Dec 1, 12:00 noon
Alexis Greene & Emily Mann
Book Talk: EMILY MANN: Rebel Artist of the American Theater; USMon  Dec 6, 12:00 noon
Carey Perloff
Book Talk: Pinter and Stoppard: A Director’s View; US

Wed  Dec 8, 12:00 noon
Anne Cattaneo
Book Talk: The Art of Dramaturgy; US

Mon  Dec 13, 1:00 PM
Anne Bogart
Book Talk: The Art of Resonance; US

Wed  Dec 15, 12:00 noon
Avra Sidiropoulou & Frank Raddatz
Book Talk: Staging 21st Century Tragedies. Theatre, Politics, and Global Crisis; Greece & Germany

Mon Dec 20, 12:00 noon
Eiko Otake
Book Talk: A Body in Fukushima; Japan and US


ABOUT THE SEGAL TALKS
The Segal Theatre Center’s online conversation series SEGAL TALKS was created in March of 2020 after the abrupt closing of the Graduate Center for any kind of public activities due to Corona and the cancellation of the entire spring season. The SEGAL TALKS during The Time of Corona offered conversations on theatre, performance and art during the pandemic featuring with more than 200 theater artists from over 50 countries. New York, US, and international theatre artists, curators, writers, and academics talked daily during the week for one hour with Segal Center’s director, Frank Hentschker, about life and art in the Time of Corona and speak about challenges, sorrows, and hopes for the new Weltzustand— the State of the World. In the summer of 2021 Segal Talks continued to focus on Theatre, Performance and The Political, the Segal Center’s 2023 New York International Festival of the Arts Project and the 2022 Center’s Public Park Project. During the pandemic The Segal Center was for a long period globally the only theatre institution creating new, original, daily content for the global field of theater and performance five days a week. Currently the Center is preparing the 4th edition of the Segal Center’s global Film Festival on Theatre and Performance.

SEGAL TALKS
are free, open access, without ads will be live-streamed in English from Wednesday to Friday on HowlRound Theatre Commons and on the Segal Center Facebook. This program is presented in collaboration with HowlRound Theatre Commons, based at Emerson College. All SEGAL TALKS are archived on HowlRound, and on the Segal Center YouTube Channel.

CONTACT
Send us your questions during the live streaming at SegalTalks@gmail.com.
Contact mest@gc.cuny.edu for more information on SEGAL TALKS.
Contact Frank Hentschker at fhentschker@gc.cuny.edu for press information.
Follow us @segalcenter on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter 

ABOUT THE MARTIN E. SEGAL THEATRE CENTER
Originally founded in 1979 as the Center for Advanced Studies in Theatre Arts (CASTA), The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center was renamed in March of 1999 to recognize Martin E. Segal, one of New York City’s outstanding leaders of the arts. The Segal Center curates over thirty events throughout the Spring and Fall academic seasons, all free and open to the public. Dedicated to bridging the gap between the professional and academic theatre communities, the Segal Center presents readings, performance, lectures, and artists and academics in conversation. In addition, the Segal Center presents three annual festivals (PRELUDE, PEN World Voices: International Pay Festival, and The Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance) and publishes and maintains three open access online journals (Arab Stages, European Stages, and The Journal of American Drama and Theatre). The Segal Center also publishes many volumes of plays in translation and is the leading publisher of plays from the Arab world. The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center (MESTC) is a vital component of the Theatre Program’s academic culture and creating in close collaboration a research nexus, focusing on dramaturgy, new media, and global theatre. The Segal Center provides an intimate platform where both artists and theatre professionals can actively participate with audiences to advance awareness and appreciation. www.TheSegalCenter.org

THE SEGAL TEAM
Executive Director: Frank Hentschker
Associate Producers: Andie Lerner & Tanvi Shah

THE GRADUATE CENTER, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
, of which the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center is an integral part, is the doctorate-granting institution of The City University of New York (CUNY). An internationally recognized center for advanced studies and a national model for public doctoral education, the school offers more than thirty doctoral programs, as well as a number of master’s programs. Many of its faculty members are among the world’s leading scholars in their respective fields, and its alumni hold major positions in industry and government, as well as in academia. The Graduate Center is also home to twenty-eight interdisciplinary research centers and institutes focused on areas of compelling social, civic, cultural, and scientific concerns. Located in a landmark Fifth Avenue building, The Graduate Center has become a vital part of New York City’s intellectual and cultural life with its extensive array of public lectures, exhibitions, concerts, and theatrical events. www.gc.cuny.edu.

HowlRound Theatre Commons
at www.HowlRound.com is a free and open platform for theatre makers worldwide that amplifies progressive, disruptive ideas about the art form and facilitates connection between diverse practitioners. HowlRound envisions a theatre field where resources and power are shared equitably in all directions, contributing to a more just and sustainable world. HowlRound was founded on an organizing principle in the “commons”—a social structure that invites open participation around shared values. HowlRound is a knowledge commons that encourages freely sharing intellectual and artistic resources and expertise. It is our strong belief that the power of live theatre connects us across difference, puts us in proximity of one another, and strengthens our tether to our commonalities. HowlRound is based at Emerson College, Boston. http://www.howlround.com
Start: Dec 8, 2021
End: Dec 8, 2021
Venue: Live Stream
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December 13

SEGAL TALKS: Anne Bogart- ‘The Art of Resonance’

Join us for a conversation with Anne Bogart about her new book: The Art of Resonance​.
Part of the Segal Center’s Fall 2021 Book Talk Series.
Moderated by Frank Hentschker, Director, MESTC, The Graduate Center CUNY.

Anne Bogart is one of the three Co-Artistic Directors of the SITI Company, which she founded with Japanese director Tadashi Suzuki in 1992. She is a Professor at Columbia University where she runs the Graduate Directing Program. Works with SITI include Falling & Loving; The Bacchae, Chess Match No. 5; Lost in the Stars; The Theater is a Blank Page; Persians; Steel Hammer; A Rite; Café Variations; Trojan Women (After Euripides); American Document; Antigone; Under Construction; Freshwater; Who Do You Think You Are; Radio Macbeth; Hotel Cassiopeia; Death and the Ploughman; La Dispute; Score; bobrauschenbergamerica; Room; War of the Worlds–the Radio Play; Cabin Pressure; Alice’s Adventures; Culture of Desire; Bob; Going, Going, Gone; Small Lives/Big Dreams; The Medium; Noel Coward’s Hay Fever and Private Lives; August Strindberg’s Miss Julie; and Charles Mee’s Orestes. Recent operas include: Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde, The Handmaid’s Tale, Handel’s Alcina, Dvorak’s Dimitrij, Verdi’s Macbeth, Bellini’s Norma and Bizet’s Carmen. She is the author of five books: A Director Prepares; The Viewpoints Book; And Then, You Act; Conversations with Anne, and What’s the Story.

About The Art of Resonance:

What is artistic resonance and how can it be linked to one’s life and one’s art?
This latest book of essays from legendary theatre director Anne Bogart, considers the creation of resonance in the artistic endeavour, with a focus on the performing arts. The word ‘resonance’ comes from the Latin meaning to ‘re-sound’ or ‘sound together’. From music to physics, resonance is a common thread that evokes a response and, in general, is understood as aquality that makes something personally meaningful and valuable. For Bogart, curiosity is a key personal quality to be nurtured throughout life and that very same curiosity, as an artist, thinker and human being. Creating pathways between performance theory, art history, neuroscience, music, architecture and the visual arts, and consistently forging new thought-paths, the writing draws upon Anne Bogart’s own life and artistic journeys to illuminate potent philosophical ideas.

Woven with personal anecdotes, stories and reflections, this is a book that will be of interest to any theatre artist and anyone who reflects on the power of the arts, of theatre-making and what it means to be engaged in the artistic process.

CLICK HERE for a for a free download of a chapter from The Art of Resonance by Anne Bogart published by and courtesy of Methuen Drama; Bloomsbury Publishing, 2021.

SEGAL BOOK TALKS – FALL 2021

NOVEMBER

Mon  Nov 22, 12:00 noon
Bonnie Marranca
Book Talk: Timelines: Writings and Conversations; US

Mon  Nov 29, 12:00 noon
Theresa Krystyna Smalec
Book Talk: Ron Vawter’s Life in Performance; US


DECEMBER
Wed  Dec 1, 12:00 noon
Alexis Greene & Emily Mann
Book Talk: EMILY MANN: Rebel Artist of the American Theater; US

Mon  Dec 6, 12:00 noon
Carey Perloff
Book Talk: Pinter and Stoppard: A Director’s View; US

Wed  Dec 8, 12:00 noon
Anne Cattaneo
Book Talk: The Art of Dramaturgy; US

Mon  Dec 13, 1:00 PM
Anne Bogart
Book Talk: The Art of Resonance; US

Wed  Dec 15, 12:00 noon
Avra Sidiropoulou & Frank Raddatz
Book Talk: Staging 21st Century Tragedies. Theatre, Politics, and Global Crisis; Greece & Germany

Mon Dec 20, 12:00 noon
Eiko Otake
Book Talk: A Body in Fukushima; Japan and US


ABOUT THE SEGAL TALKS
The Segal Theatre Center’s online conversation series SEGAL TALKS was created in March of 2020 after the abrupt closing of the Graduate Center for any kind of public activities due to Corona and the cancellation of the entire spring season. The SEGAL TALKS during The Time of Corona offered conversations on theatre, performance and art during the pandemic featuring with more than 200 theater artists from over 50 countries. New York, US, and international theatre artists, curators, writers, and academics talked daily during the week for one hour with Segal Center’s director, Frank Hentschker, about life and art in the Time of Corona and speak about challenges, sorrows, and hopes for the new Weltzustand— the State of the World. In the summer of 2021 Segal Talks continued to focus on Theatre, Performance and The Political, the Segal Center’s 2023 New York International Festival of the Arts Project and the 2022 Center’s Public Park Project. During the pandemic The Segal Center was for a long period globally the only theatre institution creating new, original, daily content for the global field of theater and performance five days a week. Currently the Center is preparing the 4th edition of the Segal Center’s global Film Festival on Theatre and Performance.

SEGAL TALKS
are free, open access, without ads will be live-streamed in English from Wednesday to Friday on HowlRound Theatre Commons and on the Segal Center Facebook. This program is presented in collaboration with HowlRound Theatre Commons, based at Emerson College. All SEGAL TALKS are archived on HowlRound, and on the Segal Center YouTube Channel.

CONTACT
Send us your questions during the live streaming at SegalTalks@gmail.com.
Contact mest@gc.cuny.edu for more information on SEGAL TALKS.
Contact Frank Hentschker at fhentschker@gc.cuny.edu for press information.
Follow us @segalcenter on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter 

ABOUT THE MARTIN E. SEGAL THEATRE CENTER
Originally founded in 1979 as the Center for Advanced Studies in Theatre Arts (CASTA), The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center was renamed in March of 1999 to recognize Martin E. Segal, one of New York City’s outstanding leaders of the arts. The Segal Center curates over thirty events throughout the Spring and Fall academic seasons, all free and open to the public. Dedicated to bridging the gap between the professional and academic theatre communities, the Segal Center presents readings, performance, lectures, and artists and academics in conversation. In addition, the Segal Center presents three annual festivals (PRELUDE, PEN World Voices: International Pay Festival, and The Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance) and publishes and maintains three open access online journals (Arab Stages, European Stages, and The Journal of American Drama and Theatre). The Segal Center also publishes many volumes of plays in translation and is the leading publisher of plays from the Arab world. The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center (MESTC) is a vital component of the Theatre Program’s academic culture and creating in close collaboration a research nexus, focusing on dramaturgy, new media, and global theatre. The Segal Center provides an intimate platform where both artists and theatre professionals can actively participate with audiences to advance awareness and appreciation. www.TheSegalCenter.org

THE SEGAL TEAM
Executive Director: Frank Hentschker
Associate Producers: Andie Lerner & Tanvi Shah

THE GRADUATE CENTER, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
, of which the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center is an integral part, is the doctorate-granting institution of The City University of New York (CUNY). An internationally recognized center for advanced studies and a national model for public doctoral education, the school offers more than thirty doctoral programs, as well as a number of master’s programs. Many of its faculty members are among the world’s leading scholars in their respective fields, and its alumni hold major positions in industry and government, as well as in academia. The Graduate Center is also home to twenty-eight interdisciplinary research centers and institutes focused on areas of compelling social, civic, cultural, and scientific concerns. Located in a landmark Fifth Avenue building, The Graduate Center has become a vital part of New York City’s intellectual and cultural life with its extensive array of public lectures, exhibitions, concerts, and theatrical events. www.gc.cuny.edu.

HowlRound Theatre Commons
at www.HowlRound.com is a free and open platform for theatre makers worldwide that amplifies progressive, disruptive ideas about the art form and facilitates connection between diverse practitioners. HowlRound envisions a theatre field where resources and power are shared equitably in all directions, contributing to a more just and sustainable world. HowlRound was founded on an organizing principle in the “commons”—a social structure that invites open participation around shared values. HowlRound is a knowledge commons that encourages freely sharing intellectual and artistic resources and expertise. It is our strong belief that the power of live theatre connects us across difference, puts us in proximity of one another, and strengthens our tether to our commonalities. HowlRound is based at Emerson College, Boston. http://www.howlround.com
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December 15

SEGAL TALKS: Avra Sidiropoulou​ (Greece) and Frank M. Raddatz​ (Germany)- ‘Staging 21st century Tragedies. Theatre, Politics and Global Crisis’

Join us for a conversation with Avra Sidiropoulou​ (Greece) and Frank M. Raddatz​ (Germany) about Sidiropoulou​’s new book: Staging 21st century Tragedies. Theatre, Politics and Global Crisis.
Part of the Segal Center’s Fall 2021 Book Talk Series.

Moderated by Frank Hentschker, Director, MESTC, The Graduate Center CUNY

Avra Sidiropoulou is Associate Professor of Theatre at the Open University of Cyprus and Artistic Director of Athens-based Persona Theatre Company. She is the author of Directions for Directing. Theatre and Method (Routledge 2018) and Authoring Performance: The Director in Contemporary Theatre (Palgrave Macmillan 2011). She has directed, conducted practical workshops and delivered invited lectures internationally and was a Japan Foundation fellow at the University of Tokyo. She is the co-editor of Adapting Greek Tragedy. Contemporary Contexts for Ancient Texts (CUP 2021) and editor of Staging 21st Century Tragedies: Theatre, Politics and Global Crisis (Routledge, 2022). Avra was nominated for the League of Professional Theatre Women 2020 Gilder/Coigney International Theatre Award.

Frank M. Raddatz, is a German publicist and dramaturge at various theaters. He wrote his doctoral dissertation on Heiner Müller and published numerous works on aesthetics and drama theory. From 2007 to 2014, he was an editor at »Theater der Zeit«; since then, he has been working for »Lettre International«. He teached at several universities. Currently at the Humboldt University, Berlin. Frank M. Raddatz lives in Berlin, where he founded in 2019 with the Arctic researcher Antje Boetius and the President of the Humbodt – University Sabine Kunst the Theatre of the Antropocene. The Theatre of the Anthropocene is conceived around the fundamental conflict “Man and Nature in the Anthropocene” and, by means of the stage and urban interventions, promotes intensive cooperation and networking between artists, scientists, designers and civil society. The concept is based on Humboldt’s idea that only an intact bond between man and nature, tied together by knowledge and experience, empathy and emotion, can be the basis of a sustainable civilisation.

About Staging 21st Century Tragedies. Theatre, Politics and Global Crisis:

Staging 21st Century Tragedies. Theatre, Politics and Global Crisis examines ways in which the political, ecological and social tragedies of our century are being negotiated on international stages.

The globally reemerging practice of politically engaged art—a “Theatre of Crisis”—represents our century’s equivalent to the genre of classical tragedy.

Using an interdisciplinary perspective, the book discusses participatory, immersive and documentary theatre practices that emerged in the public sphere—creating the theatre of “modern tragedy”. The coexistence of scholarly essays with provocative manifestos, interviews, original works, theatre texts and diaries by theatre artists is meant to provide a multifocal, rich lens for performance analysis and a better understanding of the creative process. This new international collection, to be published by Routledge in 2022, consists of essays, interviews, plays and manifestos by leading academics, artists, writers and curators including Anestis Azas, Taiwo Afolabi, Silvia Bigliazzi, Peter Campbell, Freddy Decreus, Ana Contreras Elvira, Lupe Gehrenbech, Hanane Hajj Ali, Karen Malpede , Carol Martin, Yana Meerzon, Aldo Milohnic, Ana Fernandez Caparrós, Avra Sidiropoulou, Ogah Mark Onwe, Stephen Ogheneruro Okpadah, Frank Raddatz, Miguel Rojo and Javier Hernando, Tadashi Uchino, Su Xiaogang, Daniel Wetzel, Constantina Ziropoulou.

CLICK HERE for a free download of a chapter from Staging 21st century Tragedies. Theatre, Politics and Global Crisis by Avra Sidiropoulou, published by and courtesy by Routledge 2022

SEGAL BOOK TALKS – FALL 2021

NOVEMBER

Mon  Nov 22, 12:00 noon
Bonnie Marranca
Book Talk: Timelines: Writings and Conversations; US

Mon  Nov 29, 12:00 noon
Theresa Krystyna Smalec
Book Talk: Ron Vawter’s Life in Performance; US


DECEMBER
Wed  Dec 1, 12:00 noon
Alexis Greene & Emily Mann
Book Talk: EMILY MANN: Rebel Artist of the American Theater; USMon  Dec 6, 12:00 noon
Carey Perloff
Book Talk: Pinter and Stoppard: A Director’s View; USWed  Dec 8, 12:00 noon
Anne Cattaneo
Book Talk: The Art of Dramaturgy; US

Mon  Dec 13, 1:00 PM
Anne Bogart
Book Talk: The Art of Resonance; US

Wed  Dec 15, 12:00 noon
Avra Sidiropoulou & Frank Raddatz
Book Talk: Staging 21st Century Tragedies. Theatre, Politics, and Global Crisis; Greece & Germany

Mon Dec 20, 12:00 noon
Eiko Otake
Book Talk: A Body in Fukushima; Japan and US


ABOUT THE SEGAL TALKS
The Segal Theatre Center’s online conversation series SEGAL TALKS was created in March of 2020 after the abrupt closing of the Graduate Center for any kind of public activities due to Corona and the cancellation of the entire spring season. The SEGAL TALKS during The Time of Corona offered conversations on theatre, performance and art during the pandemic featuring with more than 200 theater artists from over 50 countries. New York, US, and international theatre artists, curators, writers, and academics talked daily during the week for one hour with Segal Center’s director, Frank Hentschker, about life and art in the Time of Corona and speak about challenges, sorrows, and hopes for the new Weltzustand— the State of the World. In the summer of 2021 Segal Talks continued to focus on Theatre, Performance and The Political, the Segal Center’s 2023 New York International Festival of the Arts Project and the 2022 Center’s Public Park Project. During the pandemic The Segal Center was for a long period globally the only theatre institution creating new, original, daily content for the global field of theater and performance five days a week. Currently the Center is preparing the 4th edition of the Segal Center’s global Film Festival on Theatre and Performance.

SEGAL TALKS
are free, open access, without ads will be live-streamed in English from Wednesday to Friday on HowlRound Theatre Commons and on the Segal Center Facebook. This program is presented in collaboration with HowlRound Theatre Commons, based at Emerson College. All SEGAL TALKS are archived on HowlRound, and on the Segal Center YouTube Channel.

CONTACT
Send us your questions during the live streaming at SegalTalks@gmail.com.
Contact mest@gc.cuny.edu for more information on SEGAL TALKS.
Contact Frank Hentschker at fhentschker@gc.cuny.edu for press information.
Follow us @segalcenter on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter 

ABOUT THE MARTIN E. SEGAL THEATRE CENTER
Originally founded in 1979 as the Center for Advanced Studies in Theatre Arts (CASTA), The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center was renamed in March of 1999 to recognize Martin E. Segal, one of New York City’s outstanding leaders of the arts. The Segal Center curates over thirty events throughout the Spring and Fall academic seasons, all free and open to the public. Dedicated to bridging the gap between the professional and academic theatre communities, the Segal Center presents readings, performance, lectures, and artists and academics in conversation. In addition, the Segal Center presents three annual festivals (PRELUDE, PEN World Voices: International Pay Festival, and The Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance) and publishes and maintains three open access online journals (Arab Stages, European Stages, and The Journal of American Drama and Theatre). The Segal Center also publishes many volumes of plays in translation and is the leading publisher of plays from the Arab world. The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center (MESTC) is a vital component of the Theatre Program’s academic culture and creating in close collaboration a research nexus, focusing on dramaturgy, new media, and global theatre. The Segal Center provides an intimate platform where both artists and theatre professionals can actively participate with audiences to advance awareness and appreciation. www.TheSegalCenter.org

THE SEGAL TEAM
Executive Director: Frank Hentschker
Associate Producers: Andie Lerner & Tanvi Shah

THE GRADUATE CENTER, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
, of which the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center is an integral part, is the doctorate-granting institution of The City University of New York (CUNY). An internationally recognized center for advanced studies and a national model for public doctoral education, the school offers more than thirty doctoral programs, as well as a number of master’s programs. Many of its faculty members are among the world’s leading scholars in their respective fields, and its alumni hold major positions in industry and government, as well as in academia. The Graduate Center is also home to twenty-eight interdisciplinary research centers and institutes focused on areas of compelling social, civic, cultural, and scientific concerns. Located in a landmark Fifth Avenue building, The Graduate Center has become a vital part of New York City’s intellectual and cultural life with its extensive array of public lectures, exhibitions, concerts, and theatrical events. www.gc.cuny.edu.

HowlRound Theatre Commons
at www.HowlRound.com is a free and open platform for theatre makers worldwide that amplifies progressive, disruptive ideas about the art form and facilitates connection between diverse practitioners. HowlRound envisions a theatre field where resources and power are shared equitably in all directions, contributing to a more just and sustainable world. HowlRound was founded on an organizing principle in the “commons”—a social structure that invites open participation around shared values. HowlRound is a knowledge commons that encourages freely sharing intellectual and artistic resources and expertise. It is our strong belief that the power of live theatre connects us across difference, puts us in proximity of one another, and strengthens our tether to our commonalities. HowlRound is based at Emerson College, Boston. http://www.howlround.com
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December 15

SEGAL TALKS: Eiko Otake- ‘A Body in Fukushima’

Join us for a conversation with Eiko Otake: A Body in Fukushima​.
Part of the Segal Center’s Fall 2021 Book Talk Series.
Moderated by Frank Hentschker, Director, MESTC, The Graduate Center CUNY.

Download the free sample chapter as well as other experts from upcoming Segal Talk Books HERE. ​

Born and raised in Japan Eiko Otake is a movement-based interdisciplinary artist based in New York City since 1976. After studying with Kazuo Ohno and Tatsumi Hijikata in Japan and Manja Chmiel in Germany, Otake created with her partner Takashi Koma Otake the dance duo Eiko & Koma. Since 1972 they have created 46 interdisciplinary performance works, two career exhibitions and numerous media works. Their durational performance living installations were commissioned by the Whitney Museum, the Walker Art Center, and MoMA. Their Retrospective Project (2009 to 2012) culminated in a comprehensive monograph, Time is Not Even, Space is Not Empty, published by the Walker Art Center. Eiko & Koma were honored with the first United ​States Artists Fellowship (2006) and Doris Duke Artist Awards (2012). They were the first collaborative pair to share a MacArthur Fellowship (1996) and the first Asian choreographers to receive the Samuel H. Scripps American Dance Festival Award (2004) and the Dance Magazine Award (2006).​​

Eiko’s solo project A Body in Places began with a 12-hour performance at the Philadelphia 30th Street Station. Since then, Eiko has performed variations of A Body in Places at over 70 sites. In addition, Eiko has performed alone in many locations of post-nuclear meltdown Fukushima for her multi-year work A Body in Fukushima, her collaboration with historian and photographer William Johnston.

About A Body in Fukushima:

March 2021 marked the 10th Anniversary of the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan. A Body In Fukushima, a collection of insightful essays and 260 probing color photographs, presents the experience of two visitors to a land devastated by the release of radiation following the meltdown of reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Between 2014 and 2019, dance artist Eiko Otake and historian/photographer William Johnston travelled to irradiated Fukushima five times to witness the destruction caused by this human failure. The images in the book manifest Eiko’s performances in this haunting and desolate environment.

SEGAL BOOK TALKS – FALL 2021

NOVEMBER

Mon  Nov 22, 12:00 noon
Bonnie Marranca
Book Talk: Timelines: Writings and Conversations; US

Mon  Nov 29, 12:00 noon
Theresa Krystyna Smalec
Book Talk: Ron Vawter’s Life in Performance; US


DECEMBER
Wed  Dec 1, 12:00 noon
Alexis Greene & Emily Mann
Book Talk: EMILY MANN: Rebel Artist of the American Theater; USMon  Dec 6, 12:00 noon
Carey Perloff
Book Talk: Pinter and Stoppard: A Director’s View; USWed  Dec 8, 12:00 noon
Anne Cattaneo
Book Talk: The Art of Dramaturgy; USMon  Dec 13, 1:00 PM
Anne Bogart
Book Talk: The Art of Resonance; US

Wed  Dec 15, 12:00 noon
Avra Sidiropoulou & Frank Raddatz
Book Talk: Staging 21st Century Tragedies. Theatre, Politics, and Global Crisis; Greece & Germany

Mon Dec 20, 12:00 noon
Eiko Otake
Book Talk: A Body in Fukushima; Japan and US


ABOUT THE SEGAL TALKS
The Segal Theatre Center’s online conversation series SEGAL TALKS was created in March of 2020 after the abrupt closing of the Graduate Center for any kind of public activities due to Corona and the cancellation of the entire spring season. The SEGAL TALKS during The Time of Corona offered conversations on theatre, performance and art during the pandemic featuring with more than 200 theater artists from over 50 countries. New York, US, and international theatre artists, curators, writers, and academics talked daily during the week for one hour with Segal Center’s director, Frank Hentschker, about life and art in the Time of Corona and speak about challenges, sorrows, and hopes for the new Weltzustand— the State of the World. In the summer of 2021 Segal Talks continued to focus on Theatre, Performance and The Political, the Segal Center’s 2023 New York International Festival of the Arts Project and the 2022 Center’s Public Park Project. During the pandemic The Segal Center was for a long period globally the only theatre institution creating new, original, daily content for the global field of theater and performance five days a week. Currently the Center is preparing the 4th edition of the Segal Center’s global Film Festival on Theatre and Performance.

SEGAL TALKS
are free, open access, without ads will be live-streamed in English from Wednesday to Friday on HowlRound Theatre Commons and on the Segal Center Facebook. This program is presented in collaboration with HowlRound Theatre Commons, based at Emerson College. All SEGAL TALKS are archived on HowlRound, and on the Segal Center YouTube Channel.

CONTACT
Send us your questions during the live streaming at SegalTalks@gmail.com.
Contact mest@gc.cuny.edu for more information on SEGAL TALKS.
Contact Frank Hentschker at fhentschker@gc.cuny.edu for press information.
Follow us @segalcenter on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter 

ABOUT THE MARTIN E. SEGAL THEATRE CENTER
Originally founded in 1979 as the Center for Advanced Studies in Theatre Arts (CASTA), The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center was renamed in March of 1999 to recognize Martin E. Segal, one of New York City’s outstanding leaders of the arts. The Segal Center curates over thirty events throughout the Spring and Fall academic seasons, all free and open to the public. Dedicated to bridging the gap between the professional and academic theatre communities, the Segal Center presents readings, performance, lectures, and artists and academics in conversation. In addition, the Segal Center presents three annual festivals (PRELUDE, PEN World Voices: International Pay Festival, and The Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance) and publishes and maintains three open access online journals (Arab Stages, European Stages, and The Journal of American Drama and Theatre). The Segal Center also publishes many volumes of plays in translation and is the leading publisher of plays from the Arab world. The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center (MESTC) is a vital component of the Theatre Program’s academic culture and creating in close collaboration a research nexus, focusing on dramaturgy, new media, and global theatre. The Segal Center provides an intimate platform where both artists and theatre professionals can actively participate with audiences to advance awareness and appreciation. www.TheSegalCenter.org

THE SEGAL TEAM
Executive Director: Frank Hentschker
Associate Producers: Andie Lerner & Tanvi Shah

THE GRADUATE CENTER, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
, of which the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center is an integral part, is the doctorate-granting institution of The City University of New York (CUNY). An internationally recognized center for advanced studies and a national model for public doctoral education, the school offers more than thirty doctoral programs, as well as a number of master’s programs. Many of its faculty members are among the world’s leading scholars in their respective fields, and its alumni hold major positions in industry and government, as well as in academia. The Graduate Center is also home to twenty-eight interdisciplinary research centers and institutes focused on areas of compelling social, civic, cultural, and scientific concerns. Located in a landmark Fifth Avenue building, The Graduate Center has become a vital part of New York City’s intellectual and cultural life with its extensive array of public lectures, exhibitions, concerts, and theatrical events. www.gc.cuny.edu.

HowlRound Theatre Commons
at www.HowlRound.com is a free and open platform for theatre makers worldwide that amplifies progressive, disruptive ideas about the art form and facilitates connection between diverse practitioners. HowlRound envisions a theatre field where resources and power are shared equitably in all directions, contributing to a more just and sustainable world. HowlRound was founded on an organizing principle in the “commons”—a social structure that invites open participation around shared values. HowlRound is a knowledge commons that encourages freely sharing intellectual and artistic resources and expertise. It is our strong belief that the power of live theatre connects us across difference, puts us in proximity of one another, and strengthens our tether to our commonalities. HowlRound is based at Emerson College, Boston. http://www.howlround.com
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