Radio Play Production of King Gordogan

Trafika Europe Radio play production
Apr 15, 2017
05:30 PM to 06:30 PM
Hetzel Union Building, University Park

Croatian playwright Radovan Ivsic wrote King Gordogan in 1943, and it was first performed in exile in Paris.  It was an analysis of the totalitarian regimes of his day, and a prediction of those to come.  This play has now been translated into contemporary English from the original Croatian for the first time and adapted for radio, by Carla Stockton.  

This free public reading of the play King Gordogan, directed by the play's translator, will be recorded for the broadcast schedule of Trafika Europe Radio, Europe's first literary radio station.  For more information, see  

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