The Magdalena Project also produced this annual journal from 1996 to 2008, in collaboration with Odin Teatret; click here to browse the issues and download articles.
TheMagdalenaProject@25 - Legacy and Challenge is a collection of writings by women who work in theatre all over the world. It is rare to find such a range of professional experience, age and cultural background in one publication.
Key chapters for the book are written by Gilly Adams, Geddy Aniksdal, Jill Greenhalgh and Julia Varley. Contributions include introductions by Maggie B. Gale and Susan Bassnett, and articles by 40 other women closely associated with The Magdalena Project.
The Open Page Publications, Holstebro, 2011. 264 pages, illus. In English. To order please visit the Odin Teatret Webshop.
Il volume è stato curato da Giulia Palladini, giovane studiosa abruzzese, ricercatrice presso l’Università di Erfurt (Germania), che da diversi anni lavora sulla storia e la teoria del teatro con particolare attenzione a un’ottica di genere. Oltre alle testimonianze delle artiste presenti al “Magfest” del 2009 (Julia Varley dell’Odin Teatret, Ermanna Montanari del Teatro delle Albe, Helen Chadwick della Royal Shakespeare Company, Ana Woolf del Magdalena Argentina) nella pubblicazione trovano spazio i contributi di importanti studiose di teatro come Valentina Valentini (Università “La Sapienza” Roma), Laura Mariani (Dams Bologna), Carlotta Pedrazzoli (Circuito Teatrale del Piemonte), Francesca Romana Rietti (Odin Teatret Archives).
Il volume coinvolge anche studiose esterne alla rete Magdalena, al fine di offrire un quadro complesso ed eterogeneo della scena teatrale femminile italiana e fornire spunti di riflessione sulla pratica teatrale anche oltre una prospettiva di genere. Il Magdalena Italia vuole infatti dialogare con il contesto teatrale italiano ponendosi come luogo di condivisione aperto ad attrici/attori, performer e studiose/i che abbiano il desiderio di confrontare idee e pratiche artistiche con una cura particolare al “processo creativo”.In linea con gli scopi della pubblicazione, le presentazioni saranno anche delle occasioni per far conoscere il “Magfest” e per aprirsi al confronto con artisti e intellettuali della scena italiana.
Editoria&Spettacolo, Spoleto, 2012. 168 pages, illus. In Italian. To order please visit the Editoria&Spettacolo.
A collection of essays from the forums about actresses and directors at the Magdalena Sin Fronteras Festival, Santa Clara, Cuba, January 2008.
Edited by Selene d'Agostino Bulzoni Editore ISBN: 978-88-7870-448-0 www.bulzoni.it
Produced and Compiled by Jill Greenhalgh and Mike Brookes
This interactive DVD comprises research materials generated by The Magdalena Project: International Network of Women in Contemporary Theatre. The DVD includes documentary material from artist-led workshops, performances, performed lectures, presentations and academic papers.
Contributing artists and scholars:
Gilly Adams [Wales] Geddy Aniksdal [Norway] Prof. Susan Bassnett [UK] Dr Carol Brown [UK] Margaret Cameron [Australia] Raquel Carrio [Cuba] Rosa Casado [Spain] Cristina Castrillo [Argentina/Switzerland] Zoe Christiansen [Norway] Gilla Cremer [Germany] Deborah Hay [USA] Eddie Ladd [Wales] Claire McDonald [UK] Prof. Sisan Melrose [UK] Dijana Milosevic [Serbia] Dr Sibylle Peters [Germany] Roxana Piñeda [Cuba] Silvia Pritz [Argentina] Prof. Diana Taylor [USA] Julia Varley [Denmark]Carran Waterfield [UK]
An e-Publication of PR Books available December 2007 from the Centre for Performance Research Bookshop at www.thecpr.org.uk.
by Maria Ficara, published January 2005 by Editoria & spettacolo; in Italian. Click here for more information and where to order.
Written by Chris Fry, The Way of Magdalena chronicles the main activities of the first decade or so of The Magdalena Project. Starting with the explosion onto the theatre scene in 1986 of the international women’s theatre festival Magdalena ’86, the book traces the various lines of development that rippled out from that cathartic event. It examines the work of the founder and Artistic Director, Jill Greenhalgh, and follows how her vision interacted with and inspired more and more women to develop their own work and visions. It explores many of the events that took place within this period, including those which became the first of a series of events, such as the Transit Festivals in Denmark, and the Festivals Voix de Femmes in Belgium. The book also delves behind the scenes to examine the management structures that evolved as The Magdalena Project grew and took on a life of its own. Often using first hand experience and interviews as well as original documentation, the book attempts to recreate and present the ways of thinking that were prevalent at the time. It also brings an objectivity that proffers a useful perspective to readers wishing to find out more about the early years of this still growing international network.
To order copies, Odin Teatret Webshop
Published in 2007 by Open Page Publications, with the support of Odin Teatrets Forlag, Grenland Friteater, The Magdalena Project and CTLS - Centre for Theatre Laboratory Studies; ISBN EAN 978-87-87292-13-9.
Compiled and introduced by Susan Bassnett, this hardcover book records the early years of the Magdalena Project, illustrated with black and white photos. Contact the publisher: Berg, 77 Morrell Ave., Oxford, OX4 1NQ, UK. ISBN 0-85496-016-3.
Between 1986 and 1999, 28 issues of the Magdalena Project Newsletter were produced, featuring articles, news, photos, and information. Issues 1 to 14 have been condensed into a booklet, which is available for £10; individual copies of issues 15 - 28 are available for £1 each (includes postage) while stocks last - magdalena [at] themagdalenaproject [dot] com (emailto).
An ongoing newsletter is also published by Magdalena Aotearoa (New Zealand). Visit the Magdalena Aotearoa web site for subscription information and to download past issues.
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