How a bi-national production of ‘Antigone’ took shape in remote Brzezinka, where Grotowkski’s animating spirit still holds sway.
The ensemble of Cutting Ball’s ‘Antigone’ ranged widely in age and experience, but their intensive work in Brzezinka fused them into an ensemble.
Mounting and touring an acclaimed new work about the Armenian genocide, ‘Armine, Sister,’ isn’t even the biggest controversy swirling around the Polish director.
The TV star and sometime cabaret and theatre performer places his bets on the musical ‘Honeymoon in Vegas.’
The backstage drama between D.C.’s influential Jewish theatre and its former artistic director Ari Roth has been as riveting, and as disputed, as anything on its stage.
The closure of the 29-year-old Arizona company leaves a significant artistic and financial hole in the local theatre ecology.