Prague Quadrennial 2019

The Prague Quadrennial is back, between the 6th and 16th of June. I first went to PQ2007, when I worked as a reporter for the Scenofest magazine. My job was to attend workshops and write articles about them. This time, I’m going as a performer in the show Three Catastrophes I Happily Survived, created andContinue reading “Prague Quadrennial 2019”

Supergatos at Microteatro

My first play in Spanish will be performed at Microteatro Por Dinero between the 8th of May, 2019 and 1st of June, 2019. Starring Laura Martí and Stéphanie Magnin, the story takes place in the office of the mayor of Madrid, who has just returned to learn of a growing problem of vigilantes dressing asContinue reading “Supergatos at Microteatro”

Theatre & Protest

I recommend this book, Theatre & Protest, by Lara Shalson. It’s a great essay on how theatre can inspire, and be inspired by, protest. “Could theatre respond differently to protests against it, neither cancelling the production nor, as happens more frequently, evicting protesters as quickly as possible? Such evictions are almost always justified in theContinue reading “Theatre & Protest”

Bohemian Breakdancer is now on Patreon

I made a video to promote my new Patreon page! For just $1 a month, you can become a sponsor of Bohemian Breakdancer (that’s me and my friends) and help us make better, funnier, more interesting videos. Please share this with anybody and everybody! http://www.patreon.com/bohemianbreakdancer Visit Speak English Today to see more videos that weContinue reading “Bohemian Breakdancer is now on Patreon”

Shooting The Killer

The original short stage sketch, The Killer, has been turned into a short film. We shot all the scenes at the weekend, and are now editing. The plan is to submit it to film festivals, and hopefully gain some attention in order to try to get funding for the next film. We are aiming forContinue reading “Shooting The Killer”

Immigrants in Italy

Recently, Italy’s politicians have been obsessed with immigration. They want fewer immigrants, and it seems that the Italians agree with them. They believe immigrants are destroying their country. After spending four days in Rome, I see that they have a point: Americans are everywhere! I saw thousands of Americans blocking the pavements and streets, makingContinue reading “Immigrants in Italy”