Episode 7



Stage Left's episode on LGBT Theatre in Bangkok explores the process of creating R&J, a queer adaptation of Romeo and Juliet presented at Chulalongkorn University. Featuring director Panuwat Denice Inthawat, we investigate the current status of LGBT Theatre in Thailand and the impact it has on the local community. 

lgbt theatre in bangkok credits 

Hosted and Directed by Ashley Marinaccio 

Featuring Panuwat Denice Inthawat  

Executive Producer Karen Gunn

Edited by Ashley Marinaccio
Additional Music Composition by  Anitek "Traffic Life"

Stage Left Intro Electroblurgen "Gentle, Cruel Orb"
Stage Left Credits Music  Janet Bentley and Andy Evan Cohen "The Rolypolys"

Stage Left Intro Photo by Jody Christopherson 
Tiffany's Show footage created and filmed by Tiffany's Show at tiffany-show.co.th
Footage of traditional Thai theatre provided by UNESCO "Khon Masked Dance in Thailand" care of the Creative Commons license.  
Additional rehearsal and behind the scene photos provided by Panuwat Denice Inthawat

Graduate Center Advisor/Consultants: Michael Mandiberg (ITP) and Dr. Jean Graham-Jones (Theatre and Performance) 

Produced and Supported by Dominique Bravo, Karen Gunn, Jackie Shapiro, Patrick Clearly, Gerit Quealy 

Special Thanks: Panuwat Denice Inthawat, Michael Mandiberg (ITP), CUNY Graduate Center Provost Digital Innovations Grant, Drew Bolander, Dr. Carlos Hernandez, Dr. Ximela Gallardo

This project has been supported by a grant from the CUNY Graduate Center Digital Initiatives and the Office of the Provost. This project is also supported by the NY Public Humanities Fellowship