10-minute excerpt from playwright Zack Rogow's work, "Things I Didn't Know I Loved: The Life and Work of Nazim Hikmet"

2010-07-19 by

This is a short excerpt from a theatrical reading of ‘Things I Didn’t Know I Loved’ by Zack Rogow, directed by Dawson Moore, Coordinator of the Prince William Sound Community College Last Frontier Theatre Conference.

Rogow is the author, editor or translator of 18 books and plays. His play ‘La Vie en Noir: The Art and Life of Leopold Sedar Senghor’ was performed by the Lorraine Hansberry Theatre in San Francisco in 2007. The Aurora Theatre in Berkeley staged his translation of Marcel Pagnol’s ‘Marius’ and also a reading of his own play ‘Tattoos and Gingerbread.’ He teaches in the low-residence MFA program at UAA.

The part of the poet Nazim Hikmet is read by Anchorage actor Mark Robokoff. Actors reading other parts include Ryun Buen, Rebecca Gamache and Luke Bartholomew.

This reading was recorded on July 17, 2010 in Rasmuson Hall 101 at UAA as a part of the Northern Renaissance Arts & Sciences Reading Series, 2010. The series is sponsored by the Creative Writing and Literary Arts Dept. at UAA.



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For More Information:

Summer 2010 Reading Schedule
List of readings from July 11 through July 20, 2010.