Found in Translation: Ibsen/ Fosse at 59E59By Barton Bishop
As the producer/ director Sarah Cameron Sunde puts it, Norweigian playwright Jon Fosse believes that all theatre is a perpetual dialogue, forever in translation.
From Kansas to the Ohio: The Ice Factory 2006By Miriam Felton-Dansky
“Robert F. Kennedy is an angel of God,” explains director Rachel Chavkin to sound designer Matt Hubbs. “He’s acting as an angel of God.” “But he’s not the Second Coming?” queries Hubbs. “He’s not the Second Coming,” confirms Chavkin.
After the FallBy Heidi Schreck
After years and years of wooden language, the young Romanian playwrights are now trying to actually reinvent a spoken, everyday language, and its a tough battle. Iulia Popovici
Politics is a DragBy Jason Grote
At first glance, Larry Bogads informative and engaging Electoral Guerilla Theatre seems an odd book to exist, chronicling three underreported satirical election campaigns.
Divining Adam SzymkowiczBy Sheila Callaghan
Adam Szymkowicz is home from work early on a Tuesday afternoon (he has an office job, like many of us). He’s taking vacation time to work on a new play.
Jane Austen Reclaimed and RetoldBy Paul Menard
Mansfield Park is widely considered to be one of Jane Austens least popular works.
Depends on the AudienceBy Timmy Wisconsin
I hate comedians. Most people love them, but that’s only because most people don’t know any.