Brighde Mullins is currently working on King John for Play On! Find out more by visiting the link below.
“Action is the only real form of ethics.”
As much as Jane Adams wrote and theorized and metabolized the arts and philosophy and literature, she made change and that is what has always affected me the most
Staging Beckett: The Impact of Productions of Samuel Beckett’s Drama on Theatre Practice and Cultures in the United Kingdom and Ireland
This research project is funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC), and runs from 2012-2015. The University of Reading, alongside project partners, the University of Chester and the Victoria and Albert Museum, will be creating a database and research materials relating to all professional productions of Beckett’s theatre throughout the UK and Ireland.
THURSDAY 11th SEPTEMBER 2014
16.00 – 17.00 Panel 2: The Major-Marginal (Chair: Trish McTighe)
Brighde Mullins (via Skype) – Samuel Beckett in Hollywood (via Skype)
Matthew McFrederick (University of Reading) – Staging Beckett in Hammersmith
Brighde Mullins receives an Artist Residency at Robert Rauschenberg’s former home and studio on Captiva Island in southwest Florida.
An essay about Las Vegas and Theatre for HowlRound.
A review of Linda Gray Sexton’s Bespotted: My Family’s Love Affair With Thirty-Eight Dalmatians (Counterpoint, 2014) for the Los Angeles Review of Books.