JOCELYN CLARKE(dramaturg)is currently Theatre Adviser to the Arts Council of Ireland and dramaturg at American Voices New Play Institute at Arena Stage in Washington, D.C. He has taught dramaturgy at theJohn Kennedy Centre for the Performing Arts, Columbia University and Trinity College Dublin. He was the Commissioning and Literary Manager of the Abbey Theatre for four years, and lead theatre critic with TheSundayTribune for nine years. He is an associate artist with The Civilians and Theatre Mitu in New York. He has written six plays for Anne Bogart and the SITI Company - BOB, ALICE’S ADVENTURES UNDERGROUND, ROOM, SCORE, ANTIGONE, and TROJAN WOMEN (AFTER EURIPIDES) - and he is currently working on a new collaboration about composer and philosopher, John Cage. HERESY, his libretto for new electronic opera by Roger Doyle about the philosopher Giordano Bruno, premiered in Dublin in late 2016.
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