Creating Theatre as a “Public Artist”

In my last blog post, I wrote that I was attending the LMDA conference this past weekend. ┬áThe theme was “The Dramaturg as Public Artist,” and blogging about this new adaptation of Frankenstein is a prime example of creating theatre as a public artist.

Sharing some of the process and progress of this new work is a way to broaden the conversation about how theatre is created, and to include the audience as a partner with whom (rather than just for whom) theatre is made.

We’ll be exploring other ways to engage the public in the theatre-making process, and we’d be interested in your comments and ideas here on this blog.

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