Each year the Barnard College Department of Theatre hosts an occasional series of lectures and talks by artists and scholars, as well as by members of the Barnard and Columbia faculty, speaking about performance as a process and practice of inquiry. Stages of Inquiry was inaugurated by Assistant Professor Hana Worthen, who continues to curate it.
Asian American Theatre: Three Approaches
A Conversation with the Wax Factory
A talk with the Founder and Director, Ivan Talijancic, Erika Latta, Founder and Performer and Erika Rundle, Dramaturg, Associate Professor of theatre Arts, Mt. Holyoke College.
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
At 4 PM in the Glicker-Milstein Theatre, Diana Center LL200, Barnard Campus
A talk by Bryan Reynolds, Claire Trevor Professor of Drama, University of California Irvine.
Thursday, February 9, 2017
At 6 PM in the Ella Weed Room, Milbank Hall, Room 223, Barnard Campus
A talk by Ananda Breed, Professor in Performing Arts and Co-director at the Centre of Performing Arts Development at the University of East London, and author of Performing the Nation: Genocide, Justice and Reconciliation.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Panel at 2 PM, Sulzberger Parlor, 3rd floor of Barnard Hall
Performance of love.abz at 6 PM, in The Glicker-Milstein Theatre, Diana LL200
An event exploring the theoretical and practical intersections between contemporary technologies of translation and performance.
Monday, November 10, 2014 at 6:30 PM
Glicker-Milstein Theatre, Diana Center LL200
Co-sponsored by the Department of Theatre and the Barnard Center for Translation Studies, this event centers on a panel discussion chaired by NYU Professor of Drama Carol Martin, General Editor of the series "In Performance" (published by Seagull Books), in which the forthcoming anthology Tahrir Plays and Performance Texts from the Egyptian Revolution appears. The panel includes the volume’s co-editors and translators, Professor Mohammed Albakry of Middle Tennessee State University, and Assistant Professor Rebekah Maggor of Rowan University.
In addition, there will be a staged reading of They Say Dancing is a Sin, a monodrama celebrating the force of dance and the empowerment of Egyptian women through the performing arts. Conceived in collaboration with Hani Abdel Nasser and written by Mohamed Abdel Mu'iz, it is one of several eye-opening works in the anthology about the important role of women during the Egyptian Revolution.
Monday, October 13, 2014 at 6 PM
Ella Weed Room, Milbank 223
Obie Award–winning scenographer and founding member of The Wooster Group Jim Clayburgh speaks about his visualization of theatre space through a collection of representative works. Clayburgh's most recent design work will be featured in the Department of Theatre's production, Faust 2.0, October 23–26.