Tazewell Thompson’s play is not just about Mary Todd Lincoln and her dressmaker Elizabeth Keckly, it’s also about the clothes that they wore.
Using a neon sign and pervasive sound design, the creative team at the Jungle Theatre took a dreamscape approach to Sam Shepard’s classic.
In their treatment of Jane Austen’s classic, the creative team at Denver Center Theatre Company used color and props to differentiate between the city and the country.
In Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig’s ‘410[GONE]’ at Crowded Fire Theater, the Land of the Dead is rendered with Beijing opera and Dance Dance Revolution.
How the team at Rogue Machine Theatre created a hoarder’s paradise onstage.
In the production at GALA Hispanic Theatre, the creative team used projection and portraits to tackle Isabel Allende’s non-linear narrative.
In Theater Latté Da and Hennepin Theatre Trust’s production of Elton John’s musical, the creative team placed the action in at once a modern museum and ancient Egypt.
In mounting Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Assassins,’ Milwaukee Rep created a revolving carnival on two turntables.
A look at the design of a revival Ben Jonson’s classic.