About the Editor
HENRIK EGER, bilingual writer, author of Metronome Ticking and other plays, articles, books, interviews, poems, reviews, and stories. Born and raised in Germany. Ph.D. in English, University of Illinois, Chicago (Dissertation: Writer Perception, Writer Projection).
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Nobel Peace Prize mail translator (German to English, at MLK's office, SCLC, Atlanta, GA, May 1965). Tenured professor of English and Communication who taught in six countries on three continents: Europe, Asia, and North America—including four universities and one college in the U.S. (Oklahoma State University, University of Illinois, Indiana University, Sacred Heart University, and DCCC). Author of four college textbooks.
Producer and director: Multilingual Shakespeare, City Literary Institute, London.
Barrymore judge who conceptualized and co-authored the Handbook for Barrymore Judges and Nominators under the auspices of the Philadelphia Theater Alliance. Editor-in-chief, Drama Around the Globe. Editor-at-large, Phindie. Senior interviewer DCMetroTheaterArts. Member, Philadelphia Dramatists Center and Dramatists Guild of America.
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About - Drama Around the Globe
The term "drama" applies not only to one specific genre of writing, but also to psycho-social and political aspects of life. Therefore, this website features original plays, articles, interviews, reviews, poems, and stories, which also investigate conditions of humanity throughout the world—hence, the name Drama Around the Globe.
Founded by Henrik Eger in March of 2014—replacing HenrikEger.com—Drama Around the Globe features existing and evolving works. The editor of this site hopes that more people of all ages will develop the courage to create their own projects by getting in touch with both the drama within their own lives and around the world.
Much of the creative and descriptive work on this website is based on research in various fields, going beyond personal impressions and avoiding too many esoteric cul-de-sacs. It is hoped that the materials presented here both inform and challenge—perhaps even entertain—the readers.
The majority of texts on this site have been published in the US and abroad. However, some of the plays, poems, and stories shared here are exclusive to Drama Around the Globe.
And now, curtain up.