Georg Büchner and the Missing LanguageBy Sam Kahn
Georg Büchner was a rising star in Germanys 19th century literary scene. A prolific and thought-provoking writer, he was a counterculturalist whose life was cut short; he died at age 23. Two centuries later, writer Sam Kahn explores Büchners impact, and how he may be the missing link in the history of theater.
Placenta in my Freezer: A New Mother’s Unexpected Case for CraftBy Emily Kitchens
Theater artist and professor, Emily Kitchens examines how her journey through childbirth is the theatrical experience of a lifetime.