Join us after the 7:30pm show on Thursday, October 26, 2017 for a fascinating discussion with Natalya Baldyga about their work and The Revolutionists.
Natalya Baldyga is theatre historian, educator, and director. She has taught theatre history, theory, literature, and performance at colleges and universities across the country, including Gustavus Adolphus College, the Florida State University, and Tufts University. Her most recent directing projects include the world premiere at Tufts of her own translation and adaptation of Carlo Gozzi’s theatrical fairy tale The King Stag, and Sarah Ruhl’s Orlando for Opera House Arts in Stonington, Maine. She is in the process of revising her adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s The Lady from the Sea, which was workshopped this summer at Opera House Arts. Her scholarly research focuses on theatre historiography, cultural identity, and the performing body in eighteenth-century Europe. She is the editor of the new and complete translation of G. E. Lessing’s Hamburg Dramaturgy, which is available online through MediaCommons Press.