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Deadline: 20 December 2019
The S Word, in partnership with The Centre for Digital Storymaking at London South Bank University
presents the 2020 symposium: Stanislavsky and The Media
at London South Bank University, 23rd to 25th April 2020.
Keynote speakers: the award-winning theatre, film and television director Sir Richard Eyre, formerly Director of The National Theatre, and the playwright, screen and television writer, Tanika Gupta.
The inaugural Jean Benedetti Memorial Lecture will be delivered by the distinguished Stanislavsky scholar, Prof. Laurence Senelick.*
In this sixth international research event in The S Word series, we will explore all aspects of the relationship between Konstantin Stanislavsky and the Media: television, radio, film, the internet, virtual reality, print, photography, fine art and cross-media performance and production, acting, directing and writing...
We now invite proposals for papers (20 minutes), workshops (40 minutes) and panel presentations (a minimum of 3 speakers/60 minutes). Proposals should include a short abstract (300 words) and a biography (150 words), and the deadline has now been extended so please send your proposal by email to Paul Fryer ([email protected]) to arrive by Friday 20th December.
Selected papers from the symposium will be published in the online and print editions of the journal Stanislavski Studies (Taylor and Francis).
On-line booking for this event will be available in January.
The S Word: Stanislavsky and the Contemporary Theatre is an international collaborative research project.
*all speakers are subject to final availability.
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