Traces: Reflections on Practice and Pan(dem)ic in the First Wave
CHRISTOPHER (KIT) DANOWSKI is a lecturer in performance at the University of Portsmouth. He is a writer, director, and performer, and has been artistic director of three experimental companies (Theatre in My Basement, HOWL Theatre Project, and Jake The Dog Presents). His recent script, “Scattering Salt,” was presented at the Brighton Fringe Festival and Portsmouth's DarkFest (2019). Other credits include: Chasing Ghosts (2015: Trans-Pecos, Brooklyn; Uferstudios, Berlin; Masolit Books, Krakow), romeo&juliet/VOID (2014: Theatre in My Basment, and Arizona State University), Cenizas (Trinidad Hotel Galeria, Yucatan; Hemispheric Institute, Phoenix and NYC; Teatro Caliente, Phoenix, 2006–2007), Mexotica (Phoenix Art Museum; Samuel Beckett Theatre, Dublin; Teatro Caliente, Phoenix; TiMB, Phoenix and Minneapolis, 2000–2005), and BrandoHead (Theatre of Note, Hollywood, 2003).
Christopher Danowski; Traces: Reflections on Practice and Pan(dem)ic in the First Wave. Ecumenica 1 May 2021; 14 (1): 121–126. doi: https://doi.org/10.5325/ecumenica.14.1.0121
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