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Also from [Foreign Affairs], another talk I took part in on the subject of international theatre in translation, chaired by Daniel Hahn in November, was released on SoundCloud this month. We love theatre! We love translation!
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And we LOVE talking about theatreintranslation! Back to my own translation work and this month I have two new translations hot off the press, of two very different plays from Spain. Following its successful run in Madrid last year, I am delighted to have support from the Spanish Ministry of Culture, Education and Sport for this translation, which will be published later in the year. In the article for this special edition focussing on translation, I discuss the outlook for Spanish playwrights hoping to be produced in the UK.
The winners had all been set the task of writing dialogues between Martin Luther and a 21st-Century person of note, so we enjoyed conversations between this leading figure of the Reformation and JK Rowling, Vivienne Westwood, Jacob Ree-Mogg and even Donald Trump via Twitter, of course. I am so delighted to be co-curating this initiative and we are thrilled to have received close to submissions to select from the window is now closed for this year. From any language, from any period. Submissions open now. Translators, assemble! Looking forward to January and I am so happy to be translating a new play by Spanish playwright Julio Escalada.
As the lead volunteer herself falls prey to dementia, the remaining members of this dwindling band of well-meaning ladies discover some horrific truths about the past actions of one of their number. Speakers of Spanish can see a video of the production here. But for now, a Happy New Year to everyone.
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One of many Post-Its as we planned for and beyond. I must start this post with exciting news about a project I am co-curating at the Arcola Theatre. For this, we have put out an open call to translators and writers to help us find plays that tell stories of queer lives from throughout the world and throughout history. Plays can be translated from any language, from any country, from any period of history, and the submission window is open until December The publication is the culmination of a two-year playwriting workshop run in Mexico City by the Royal Court as part of its ongoing commitment to developing the work of international writers.
Out now: three New Mexican plays written in collaboration with royalcourt , published in this bilingual anthology. This month I have continued to work closely with international theatre company [Foreign Affairs]. On their theatre translation programme I have enjoyed both delivering and participating in workshops aimed at bringing translators and theatre-makers closer together.
There will be a showcase of work by the three participating translators — working from Chinese, Finnish and Japanese — in January. Finally, I must mention my two theatre trips to Spain. Worth the flight.
Raw, exposed, poetic, scary. An added pleasure is that the translation has also now been published, by Oberon Books. B will be followed up by world premieres of plays from Syria and Ukraine in this Royal Court season, and below you can read a fascinating article by Royal Court International Director Elyse Dodgson on the long-term processes and commitments that have led to these three plays reaching the London stage. Missed it? This Uruguayan play is based on the true-life events of the discovery of Joyce Vincent, a Londoner found dead in her Wood Green flat in two years after she had died.
In this reimagining, Diana explores the two-year period between death and discovery, taking in themes of urban loneliness, domestic abuse, and the fate of all those who die but have not yet been discovered. I have attended this event on several occasions and this year found the whole day inspiring, with discussions ranging from issues of translating gender and sexuality to the role of translation in our multicultural communities and in our schools. At ITD emilylindarose explores how agender, intersex and trans identities have been translated.
Another brilliant schools translation initiative at itd My personal highlight though was sharing the stage with Trine Garrett and a company of actors from international theatre company [Foreign Affairs] to run the plenary session, culminating in a mass translation session that saw over translators all translating extracts from plays from multiple languages, to be performed by the actors and, unbeknownst to them, by the translators themselves. ITD pic. I so enjoyed co-running this session with Trine last week. A mass gathering of translators translating theatre from multiple languages.
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Loved working on it in July. Great play. You can see some rehearsal images below, and book your tickets here. This one-woman tale of a harrowing search for spiritual perfection will be performed as a rehearsed reading at the Arcola Theatre on Saturday, September 23rd at The reading is free to attend. TranslationThurs pic. Last show for GOYA tonight venue! The casting will be announced publicly soon but in the meantime you can find more information about the play at the Royal Court website.
Sam Pritchard directs. B explores what revolutionary violence means to two different generations. Opens 28 Sep. I was away on holiday for the first half of August and resisting the temptation to post holiday snaps here!
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