Tag Archives: Jami Rogers

Theatrical Thresholds -podcast (KiSSiT: Shakespearean Thresholds)

The opening session of KiSSiT: Shakespearean Thresholds features Jami Rogers and Ildiko Solti within and without the theatre and performance. Dr Rogers discusses casting politics on stage and in cinema focusing on the portrayal of race in the media (from … Continue reading

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KiSSiT: Shakespearean Thresholds

KiSSiT: Shakespearean Thresholds The third KiSSiT one-day conference is entitled Shakespearean Thresholds. It will be held at the Rose Theatre, Kingston on April 2, 2016. Free and open to everyone! 10.30: Welcome and opening remarks by Timo Uotinen (Gallery) 11.oo: … Continue reading

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Next week: In Robeson’s Footsteps: British Black and Asian Shakespeare Now

Next week is an important event at the Tricycle Theatre in London organised by the multicultural Shakespeare project run by Warwick and Queen Mary. Among the impressive line of contributors – and friends of Kingston Shakespeare – is Dr Jami Rogers, … Continue reading

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‘Diverse Casting and The Wars of the Roses’ by Jami Rogers

Here is an important piece by Jami Rogers on casting politics. Written before Trevor Nunn’s Wars of the Roses run began, it pertinent to return to this vital issue, especially now that the run has ended. Nunn’s all-white cast and the ‘historical … Continue reading

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