Face tracking, augmented reality, wearable lights—incorporating technology onstage has never been easier or cheaper, and it can serve rather supersede storytelling.
From Teller’s ‘Tempest’ to plays from Andrew Hinderaker and the House Theatre of Chicago, magicians are finding new ways to use their illusions.
The New Orleans-based studio founded by local Jeff Becker will house 3 theatre ensembles and focus on design-driven productions.
For a musical at the Old Globe, we were tasked with creating a structure that could rotate and withstand a downpour. The solution? A self-driving house.
Robots onstage are less likely to replace humans than to heighten the contradictions of the human condition in a technological age.
Threads from Broadway, tours, and the Met hang out between engagements at an Astoria warehouse that’s now accessible to shows all over the U.S.
Actors Theatre of Louisville brought ordinary reality to new heights in Ruhl’s latest play, which is a tribute to her mother.
The invisibility of stage designers cuts both ways: They lack for recognition (see this week’s Tonys), but they can also build diverse careers—if they get the chance.
This coming Sunday the Tony Awards will again overlook the contributions of sound designers—an absence that screams louder each year.