We were lucky to know the scenic designer, but not as fortunate as he was to work so tirelessly and well at a job he loved for four decades.
Not content to simply stand as an example for so many others, she moved and lived and breathed a legacy into being.
A lifelong student and master storyteller, he knew exactly where to put the focus of his and our attention.
The NY Observer’s drama critic, a Brit, brought an outsider’s inquisitiveness to the American theatre, as well as principled grouchiness.
Dramaturg Doug Langworthy shone his light on the work of others, but it finally couldn’t lead him out of his own private darkness.
The co-founder of Mabou Mines never rested on his laurels but kept driving his work forward, on stages large and especially small.
He had a lifelong, almost monk-like devotion to his muses, which included the people he worked with.
A close friend and a fellow performer remember her disarming presence, humor, and determination.
Though she seemed more than mere mortal, her life was defined by human connection.
The Bay Area theatre community mourns the loss of the the actor, maestro, and longtime member of El Teatro Campesino.