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Altitude Sickness
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written by Santiago Loza, 1971-; edited by Samuel Buggeln, 1070- and Noe Montez, fl. 2016 (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022), 34 page(s)
written by Santiago Loza, 1971-; edited by Samuel Buggeln, 1070- and Noe Montez, fl. 2016 (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022), 34 page(s)
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The Saint
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written by Santiago Loza, 1971-; edited by Samuel Buggeln, 1070- and Noe Montez, fl. 2016 (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022), 46 page(s)
written by Santiago Loza, 1971-; edited by Samuel Buggeln, 1070- and Noe Montez, fl. 2016 (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022), 46 page(s)
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Nothing To Do With Love [Makes Me Envious]
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written by Santiago Loza, 1971- (2008); edited by Samuel Buggeln, 1070- and Noe Montez, fl. 2016 (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022), 32 page(s)
written by Santiago Loza, 1971- (2008); edited by Samuel Buggeln, 1070- and Noe Montez, fl. 2016 (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022), 32 page(s)
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I Was Born To See You Smile
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written by Santiago Loza, 1971- (2017); edited by Samuel Buggeln, 1070- and Noe Montez, fl. 2016 (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022, originally published 2022), 40 page(s)
written by Santiago Loza, 1971- (2017); edited by Samuel Buggeln, 1070- and Noe Montez, fl. 2016 (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022, originally published 2022), 40 page(s)
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Interview With Santiago Loza
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interview by Noe Montez, fl. 2016, in Santiago Loza: Nothing to Do with Love and Other Plays, ed. by Samuel Buggeln and Noe Montez. (London, England; Seagull Books, 2022), pp. 1-2, xxv-xxxi (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022), 9 page(s)
interview by Noe Montez, fl. 2016, in Santiago Loza: Nothing to Do with Love and Other Plays, ed. by Samuel Buggeln and Noe Montez. (London, England; Seagull Books, 2022), pp. 1-2, xxv-xxxi (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022), 9 page(s)
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Introduction: Santiago Loza And The Argentine Theater - Marginalization, Resilience, and Innovation
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written by Noe Montez, fl. 2016, in Santiago Loza: Nothing to Do with Love and Other Plays, ed. by Samuel Buggeln and Noe Montez. (London, England; Seagull Books, 2022), pp. 1-2, xi-xxiv (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022), 16 page(s)
written by Noe Montez, fl. 2016, in Santiago Loza: Nothing to Do with Love and Other Plays, ed. by Samuel Buggeln and Noe Montez. (London, England; Seagull Books, 2022), pp. 1-2, xi-xxiv (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022), 16 page(s)
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Nothing To Do With Love And Other Plays: Foreword
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written by Samuel Buggeln, 1070- (2019), in Santiago Loza: Nothing to Do with Love and Other Plays, ed. by Samuel Buggeln and Noe Montez. (London, England; Seagull Books, 2022), pp. 1-2, vii-x (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022), 6 page(s)
written by Samuel Buggeln, 1070- (2019), in Santiago Loza: Nothing to Do with Love and Other Plays, ed. by Samuel Buggeln and Noe Montez. (London, England; Seagull Books, 2022), pp. 1-2, vii-x (London, England: Seagull Books London, 2022), 6 page(s)
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After Life
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written by Jack Thorne, 1978-; directed by Jeremy Herrin, fl. 2007-2012; composed by Orlando Weeks, fl. 2021; designed by Bunny Christie, 1962-, Bunny Christie, 1962-, Neil Austin, fl. 2007; produced by National Theatre, London, England and Headlong; performed by Kevin McMonagle, fl. 2021, Luke Thallon, 1996-, June Watson, 1935-, Olatunji Ayofe, fl. 2021 and Millicent Wong, fl. 2020 (London, England: Royal National Theatre, 2021), 1 hour 38 mins

Age recommendation: 14+ (themes of grief and loss)

Captured on 16th June, 2021 from the National’s Dorfman Theatre in London.

If you could spend eternity with just one precious memory, what would it be? A group of strangers grapple with this impossible question as they find themselves in a bureaucratic wait...

written by Jack Thorne, 1978-; directed by Jeremy Herrin, fl. 2007-2012; composed by Orlando Weeks, fl. 2021; designed by Bunny Christie, 1962-, Bunny Christie, 1962-, Neil Austin, fl. 2007; produced by National Theatre, London, England and Headlong; performed by Kevin McMonagle, fl. 2021, Luke Thallon, 1996-, June Watson, 1935-, Olatunji Ayofe, fl. 2021 and Millicent Wong, fl. 2020 (London, England: Royal National Theatre, 2021), 1 hour 38 mins
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Lady With The Lapdog
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written by Anton Chekhov, 1860-1904; directed by Kama Ginkas; designed by Sergey Barkhin, fl. 2003, Tatyana Barkhina, fl. 2003; performed by Igor Gordin, 1965- and Julia Svezhakova (Stage Russia, 2021), 1 hour 53 mins
Kama Ginkas has made a career of creating powerful theatre based on the prose of classic Russian authors. His famous Chekhov trilogy – Lady with the Lapdog, The Black Monk and Rothschild’s Fiddle – emerged as one of the most celebrated achievements in Russian theatre in the 1990s and 2000s. Ginkas’s dramat...
written by Anton Chekhov, 1860-1904; directed by Kama Ginkas; designed by Sergey Barkhin, fl. 2003, Tatyana Barkhina, fl. 2003; performed by Igor Gordin, 1965- and Julia Svezhakova (Stage Russia, 2021), 1 hour 53 mins
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Paradise
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written by Kae Tempest, fl. 2021; directed by Ian Rickson, 1963-; composed by Stephen Warbeck, 1953-; designed by Rae Smith, fl. 2007, Rae Smith, fl. 2007; produced by National Theatre, London, England; performed by Lesley Sharp, 1960-, Amie Francis, fl. 2021, Sutara Gayle, fl. 2021, Anastasia Hille, fl. 2021 and Gloria Obianyo, fl. 2021 (London, England: Royal National Theatre, 2021), 1 hour 55 mins

Age recommendation: 14+.

This archive recording was captured from the National Theatre’s Olivier Theatre on 2nd September, 2021.

A new version of Philoctetes by Sophocles. Philoctetes: once a celebrated wartime hero, now a wounded outcast on a desolate island. When a young soldier appears, his hope of escape...

written by Kae Tempest, fl. 2021; directed by Ian Rickson, 1963-; composed by Stephen Warbeck, 1953-; designed by Rae Smith, fl. 2007, Rae Smith, fl. 2007; produced by National Theatre, London, England; performed by Lesley Sharp, 1960-, Amie Francis, fl. 2021, Sutara Gayle, fl. 2021, Anastasia Hille, fl. 2021 and Gloria Obianyo, fl. 2021 (London, England: Royal National Theatre, 2021), 1 hour 55 mins
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