Acting coach Bettina Lohmeyer in conversation with Florentina Bratfanof: ”I was surprised to see Romanian actors were so open”As Bettina Lohmeyer celebrates this year 30 years since she first met acting coach Susan Batson in a masterclass, we publish this interview collected not only from zoom discussions but also from constant dialogues and feedback after each edition of Self Tape workshop.
A New Book for Theatre Enthusiasts – Female Playwrights and Applied Intersectionality in Romanian TheaterIn 1989, Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw made public her research in an article that revolutionized our ways of looking at discrimination, “Demarginalizing the Intersection of Race and Sex: A Black Feminist Critique of Antidiscrimination Doctrine, Feminist Theory and Antiracist Politics.” Ever since that paper was published, we have been introduced to its quintessential parts: that is, discrimination is based on race, sex, gender, status quo, immigration status, differently able body, and thus we have seen the dangers in trivializing equity.
- This summer I first attended Ice Factory Festival at New Ohio Theatre. I knew about the place as a staple of experimental theatre in NYC, but somehow, I have never been able to attend this summer event. Good thing I finally did, as summer of 2023 will sadly enter downtown theatre history as the one when IFF’s last installment took place.