Theatre Uncut 2014: Call-out for volunteer translators

THEATRE UNCUT IS BACK

AND WE NEED TRANSLATORS!


Theatre Uncut was created to get people thinking, talking and taking action.

We ask established and emerging playwrights to write short plays about current social justice issues. We then make these scripts available to download from our website for rights free performance for a limited period.

Our brand new plays for 2014 are provocative and fascinating rapid responses to current events in the UK and around the world. They have been written by five of the UK’s most exciting playwrights: Clara Brennan, Inua Ellams, Vivienne Franzmann, Anders Lustgarten and Hayley Squires.

After a public consultation, this year the writers chose to focus their work on the theme “Knowledge Is Power, Knowledge Is Change.”


The 2014 plays will be available from 13th October to be performed by anyone, anywhere rights free during our Mass Action Period from
13th November – 13th December.

We are looking for volunteers who would be willing to translate one, some or all of the Theatre Uncut 2014 short plays from English this October.

With German and Italian already in the bag, we need more languages to help make the Mass Action Period accessible to people all over the world.

If you would like to be a part of Theatre Uncut 2014, please send us an email at
getinvolved@theatreuncut.com
THANK YOU
and we look forward to hearing from you!

http://www.theatreuncut.com/

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