To help artists, the SATE team employs a feedback methodology rooted in Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process that helps facilitate productive dialogue, which enriches the piece and inspires the maker to continue engaging fully with the editorial process. Click here to explore the process in depth.
Back in 2015, SATE produced a fictionalized account of Aphra Behn’s life in Or, by Liz Duffy Adams. Next, the SATE team partnered with Prison Performing Arts (PPA) to create an adaptation of Behn’s play, The Rover, with actors at Women’s Eastern Reception, Diagnostic, and Correction Center in Vandalia, MO. SATE and its artists feelContinue reading “Poet, Playwright, Translator, Spy”
SATE is creating ongoing opportunities for artists who have previously participated in the Aphra Behn Festival. SATE is piloting a mentorship component with this year’s directors and designers, and looks to continue growing the program. Bess Moynihan (Scenic Designer, Winnie & Alfred, Festival Design Mentor) has been a Resident Artist with SATE for the past 5Continue reading “Meet the Designers”
Now in its fifth year, the Aphra Behn Festival continues to grow by piloting a mentorship program to help ensure excellence in the Festival’s final productions, while continuing to create opportunities for emerging artists to explore new creative horizons. This year’s mentors include Taleesha Caturah, Keating, Kristin Rion and Bess Moynihan. They will be collaboratingContinue reading “Meet the Mentors”
As a collective of artists devoted to storytelling through text, movement, soundscape, original music, and the technical arts, SATE an ever-growing, evolving team of collaboratively-minded theater artists. The Aphra Behn Festival creates opportunities for women interested in growing in directing writing for theatre, and creates an opportunity to gain experience, experiment with stagecraft, try newContinue reading “Meet the Directors and Playwrights of the 2021 Aphra Behn Festival!”