Cover of The Dramatist March/April 2023: The Translations/Adaptations Issue
Cover of The Dramatist March/April 2023: The Translations/Adaptations Issue
The Translations and Adaptations Issue (2023)

The Translations and Adaptations issue of The Dramatist includes a round-up on adaptations featuring Lee Cataluna, Kate Hamill, Mindi Dickstein, Tim J. Lord, Matthew Spangler, and Jeffrey Hatcher; answers to eight common questions about adaptations from our Business Affairs team; and a roundtable on translations with Migdalia Cruz, Jeremy Tiang, and Jessica Lit, moderated by Caridad Svich. Also in this issue, Michele Lowe reflects on Fidler Afn Dakh, Lee Edward Colston II answers “Ten Questions,” and Chisa Hutchinson explains “Why I Joined the Guild.”

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