‘S D A (Someone Dies Again)’ may have been built by the Hungarian auteur and the California ensemble in an organic, communitarian way, but that didn’t shield them, or audiences, from its howling catharsis.
After a quarter century at the helm of ACT, the classics-minded director/playwright is quitting while she’s ahead.
Political corruption bleeds into private lives as boundaries are breached in performances at Hungary’s dunaPart3 showcase. (Part 2 of 2)
In the face of the country’s continuing rightward drift, independent theatres show their mettle at Budapest’s dunaPart3 festival. (Part 1 of 2)
Twitter isn’t the only new tenant in the quickly changing Tenderloin and Market neighborhoods. A brace of theatres, large and small, are claiming their place in the new San Francisco.
By trading in its old home for the 13,000 square feet Theater Artaud, the 20-year-old Bay Area theatre sees an opportunity to intensify its commitment towards new work.
The producer’s talent is in matchmaking, bringing artists and institutions together across borders.
Shotgun Players mounts Robert Wilson and Tom Waits’s fragmented rethink of Büchner’s thorny classic.