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Podcast: Reading and Interpreting Brecht with Dr Wang Xiaoying

Posted by on 31 August 2016 | 0 Comments

We are excited to present our first podcast!

During the season of The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht, Black Swan's international collaboration project with the National Theatre of China, we held a panel at the State Theatre Centre of WA featuring Dr Wang Xiaoying (Director, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Vice President, National Theatre of China) and other panelists. Hosted by the UWA Cultural Precinct, the UWA Institute of Advanced Studies and Black Swan, this special Q&A event discussed Reading and Interpreting Brecht, and was attended by theatre patrons, university students, theatre enthusiasts, and more. 

We recorded the panel as a podcast, to share with those who did not attend. To listen to the panel podcast, click here

 

 
Special Guest:   Dr Wang Xiaoying (Director, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Vice President, National Theatre of China) 
 
MC:                  Natalie Jenkins (Executive Director, Black Swan State Theatre Company) 
Panellists          Dr Steve Chinna (English and Cultural Studies, The University of Western Australia) 
Professor Helena Grehan (Associate Dean, Research, School of Arts, Murdoch University) 
Translation services by Dr Gary Sigley (Asian Studies, The University of Western Australia) 
 
Sound recording: Ben Collins
 
Recording Date:   Tuesday 2 August, 2016, State Theatre Centre of WA.
This program is presented as part of the Western Australian Government’s China Cultural Diplomacy Project, an initiative of the Department of Culture and the Arts.

MC: Natalie Jenkins (Executive Director, Black Swan State Theatre Company) 

Panellists: Dr Steve Chinna (English and Cultural Studies, The University of Western Australia), Professor Helena Grehan (Associate Dean, Research, School of Arts, Murdoch University) 

Translation services by Dr Gary Sigley (Asian Studies, The University of Western Australia) 

Sound recording by Ben Collins

Recording Date: Tuesday 2 August, 2016, State Theatre Centre of WA

 

This program is presented as part of the Western Australian Government’s China Cultural Diplomacy Project, an initiative of the Department of Culture and the Arts. 

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