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Episode Three of The Heart of Art with Elisa Brown on PBS
will focus on the art and artistry of playwright Catherine Filloux, an award-wining French-American playwright and opera librettist who has been writing about human rights and social justice for over 20 years.
This episode of “The Heart of Art” features a one hour program on Catherine’s work! It will air on PBS in Spring 2015.
Part 1 on YouTube      Part 2 on YouTube


NBC - "SELMA '65" Playwright Talks About Her Inspiration

‘Selma ‘65’ Looks At The Voting Rights Act And Famous Civil Rights
KPBS News, Accomando, Beth & Schoolov, Katie, (Video, Radio, Print), March, 2015

Documentary Film “Acting Together on the World Stage"
co-created by Dr. Cynthia E. Cohen, Director of the Program in Peacebuilding and the Arts of Brandeis University,
and filmmaker Allison Lund, in collaboration with Theatre Without Borders, 2011.

BBC WORLD NEWS “Where Elephants Weep”

CNN “Where Elephants Weep”

Audio Series and Podcast

TheatreNow! Interview with Catherine Filloux – Parts I & II
Anne Hamilton is the producer and host of Hamilton Dramaturgy’s TheatreNow!
Linsey Bostwick serves as Editor.
TheatreNow! is a podcast series featuring some of the most exciting women artists
working in the theatre today. For more information click here.

Catherine Filloux: Human Rights Onstage
Kadmus Arts Podcasts

Voices on Genocide Prevention, Lemkin’s House
Interview by Jerry Fowler
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, September 7, 2006


Selma ’65 at Pygmalion Productions, 2016
Interview by Doug Fabrizio on Radio West, KUER

‘Selma ‘65’ Looks At The Voting Rights Act And Famous Civil Rights
KPBS News, Accomando, Beth & Schoolov, Katie, (Video, Radio, Print), March, 2015

Radio interview with David Diamond, Artists’ Lives and Careers, 2014

Mia's World, City World Radio
Interview with Catherine Filloux and Marietta Hedges, September 2, 2014

“East Meets West ‘Where Elephants Weep'”
by Andrea Shea
All Things Considered, NPR, Performing Arts, April 29, 2007


“Civil-rights story rings with relevance, 50 years on”
Weist, Ellen Fagg, Salt Lake City Tribune, 2016

“Essential A&E Picks”, Salt Lake City Weekly"
Pygmalion Productions: Selma ’65, 2016

“Playwright to Playwright: Kia Corthron Interviews Catherine Filloux”
by Kia Corthron, Playscripts, Inc. Blog, 2016

“Interview: Playwright Catherine Filloux on Theater as Social Activism”
Stein, Navida,, StageBuddy: Your Guide to Entertainment, 2015

“Kidnap Road”
Brandeis University Peacebuilding and the Arts News From the Field, 2015

“14 Theatrical Plans to Change the World:
Catherine Filloux’s Selma ‘65 Confronts Voting Rights Rollbacks”

Blankenship, Mark & Coen, Stephanie, American Theatre Magazine, 2014

“Something Happened in That Car…But What?”
Grode, Eric, TDF Stages, 2014

Two Roads Converging
American Theatre Magazine

“Catherine Filloux's Selma '65 Set for World Premiere at La MaMa”
 by Bethany Rickwald

“Play Inspires Human Rights Panel Discussion at La Mama Theater”
 by Serena Solomon
DNA Info New York

“Interview with Catherine Filloux”
 by Lydia Stryk
HowlRound: A Journal of the Theater Commons

“Broadway World interviews: Catherine Filloux Talks Libretto for NEW ARRIVALS”
by David Clarke

I Interview Playwrights Part 251: Catherine Filloux
by Adam Szymkowicz

Playwright Catherine Filloux on Genocide, Surviving, and Hope
By Marjorie Rivera, Staff Writer
The Wesleyan Argus

The Theatre of Genocide
by Shushan Avagyan
The Armenian Reporter December 22, 2009

by Tom Murrin
Papermag: Word Up!

ENTRE CHIEN ET LOUP with Catherine Filloux
by Christine Toy Johnson.
The Brooklyn Rail February 2010

Dialogue: An Interview with Catherine Filloux
by Polly K. Carl, Ph.D.
The Playwrights Center

Cambodia's first rock opera hopes its stage will be a bridge
by Miranda Leitsinger, November 30, 2008

Where Theatre and Therapy Meet: a playwright's quest to remember
by Cat Barton
The Phnom Penh Post November 20, 2008

“I Am Here…”
by Sandra Hosking
Insight for Playwrights, Volume 16, Issue 9, September 2008, Arizona p 1-3.

“Theater: In Dialogue--Red Monkey in the Middle: Between Two Worlds with Catherine Filloux,”
by Lydia Stryk & Catherine Filloux,
The Brooklyn Rail, February, 2008, p 79-80.

“Catherine Filloux: Creating on a World Stage”
by Mitch Montgomery, February 8, 2006.

Lemkin’s House
Interview by Jerry Fowler
Voices on Genocide Prevention, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, September 7, 2006.

“In Conversation with Catherine Filloux”
by Caridad Svich
The Dramatist, September/October 2003 p 36-38.


"Play Inspires Human Rights Panel Discussion at La MaMa Theater"
by Serena Solomon

"The Breach," a different kind of disaster drama ...
by Misha Berson
The Arts |Seattle Times, January 13, 2008

Plunging into “The Breach”
Three playwrights immerse themselves in local life as they collaborate
on Southern Rep’s kaleidoscopic new Katrina play

by David Cuthbert
The Times-Picayune, September 8, 2007

“First Person Playwright Joe Sutton on creating work after Katrina”
by Joe Sutton
American Theatre, Vol. 24 No. 7, September 2007, p 50-53.

From bearing witness to writing drama
by Zachary Pincus-Roth
Los Angeles Times, July 22, 2007.

“East Meets West ‘Where Elephants Weep'”,
by Andrea Shea
All Things Considered, NPR, Performing Arts, April 29, 2007

“Where Elephants Weep: A Cambodian opera for modern times”
by Catherine Foster
International Herald Tribune, April 26, 2007.

Rhetorical Memory, Political Theater, and the Traumatic Present
Eyes of the Heart: A Play in Two Acts by Catherine Filloux, and
Photographs from S-21 (a play) by Catherine Filloux”

-MEDIA REVIEW by Wendy S Hesford
Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy, Fall 2005, Vol XVI No. 2, p 104-117.

Arts: In the Shadow of Darfur, a Playwright Calls for Action
by Rollo Romig
Inter Press Service News Agency, September 27, 2006.

If Cambodia Can Learn to Sing Again
by Patricia Cohen
The New York Times, December 18, 2005

Coping: Fleeing the Killing Fields, but not Escaping
by Anemona Hartocollis
The New York Times, October 17, 2004

Witness to Evil: Visiting Playwright Weaves Personal With Political
by Michael Grossberg
The Columbus Dispatch, March 6, 2003.

Q & A: Asia Source Interview—The Floating Box:
An Interview with Jason Kao Hwang, Jean Randich and Catherine Filloux

Asia Source, A Resource of the Asia Society, July 17, 2001

In Love With the Myth of the ‘Outsider
by Wendy Steiner
The New York Times, March 10, 1996.

Aloïse’s Theater: ‘The Price of Madness’
by Kerry Eielson
Le Francophile, No 7- February, 1996, New York p 26-27.

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