#225 – Alan Dilworth

Alan Dilworth is a theatre director, playwright and teacher. He is Artistic Director of Necessary Angel Theatre Company in Toronto. Alan’s work explores personal, social and political transformation, questions of the nature of ‘self’ and its relationship with ‘the other’, and the notion of a contemporary text-based theatre, although he also works in physical and image-based forms. His practice privileges vulnerability, presence, simplicity and the unknown. Alan has directed across Canada and internationally.

Twitter: @alandilworth1

The Events
by David Greig
Music by John Browne
Directed by Alan Dilworth
Cast: Raven Dauda and Kevin Walker

Written in response to the politically motivated mass shootings in Norway, The Events has been described as “…a solemn, searching and ultimately very moving play…” and “ an extraordinary new work…strangely uplifting…”.

Twitter: @necessaryangel

Note: in this episode, 2004 is given as the year of Utoya shootings, however this event actually occurred in 2011.

Transcript: https://stageworthypodcast.com/alan-dilworth/

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