The experimental theatremaker takes her cues from the natural world, the subconscious, and feminist thought in her genre-defining works.
Sometimes she directs and he acts, sometimes vice versa. For Wyoming’s Pete and Lynne Simpson, it’s all in a life’s work.
For just $2, an audience member can download a play to their phone, hop on board, and have a personal theatrical experience.
The seasoned New York lighting designer has been mentoring the young Mexican artist for a year. They met recently to talk about composition in time and space.
The theatre brought Bob Farley and Anita Allen together nearly 50 years ago, and they’ve been intertwining their lives and their work ever since.
Spooky Action Theater’s ‘Jarry Inside Out’ imagines the strange afterlife of the brain behind ‘Ubu Roi.’
These theatremakers don’t just live and work together; their plays, including ‘The Upper Room,’ grow from and reflect their shared experiences.
A news story provided the initial spark. Then the playwright stirred science and Greek myths into her new play about a star-crossed couple.
The Blue Barn Theatre has found a way to create a new home that’s both financially responsible and aesthetically appropriate.
Formative collaborative experiences in Brooklyn and Berlin inform this couple’s work with the Detroit-based company A Host of People.