Wednesday, November 9, 8:30ish p.m. in a studio in midtown Manhattan: a rehearsal for Superhero Clubhouses SATURN (a play about food) has stalled.
In her newest work, The Sugar House at the Edge of the Wilderness, we see the remnants of a family who communicate via Twitter, via a home for troubled teens (aka the Sugar House), via the dead and buried, and via the silences we so often extend to the people we actually care about.
Which side are you on boys, which side are you on?
by Michelle Memran
Canal Park Playhouses revival of Joe Rolands On the Line
As weve gone into rehearsal here, the Occupy Wall Street protests have happened almost around the corner, Kipp Osborne, owner of the Canal Park Inn and Playhouse, tells me. We never could have planned such a thing, but its so connected to itits like the forces of society are wanting to hear this play.
All too often, the fate of Greeces drama can look as bleak as their debt. Eternally at pains to sell their tragedies on the theater market, anyone who cares has to ask: What do the Greek plays have to say to us today? How do you produce them to resonant effect? And are we wrong to apply entertainments likability paradigm to art?
- Superhero Clubhouse: the Call to Grow Theater by Melissa F. Moschitto
- The Edge of Togetherness in Carla Ching by Matthew Paul Olmos
- Which side are you on boys, which side are you on? Canal Park Playhouses revival of Joe Rolands On the Line by Michelle Memran
- Supernatural Wife Anne Carson and Big Dance Theater Make Euripides Move by Cassandra Csencsitz