Why I’ve avidly watched the work of Cornerstone’s founding artistic director and of Oregon Shakes, both separately and together.
With “California: The Tempest,” the pioneering community-focused company is showcasing its influential methodology, as well as the institute it’s created to teach it to others.
Nine adaptations of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” ranging from American Repertory Theater to Cornerstone Theater, that shows you don’t need to do it as a straight play, or set it in Italy, to make it magical (though you can add real magic if you’re really ambitious).
A new staging of Madeleine L’Engle’s sci-fi classic is the newest entry in director Tracy Young’s genre-hopping, ensemble-focused career.
Authenticity and connection were elusive goals for Michael John Garcés. Then he landed at the helm of Cornerstone.
The next stop on the director’s journey into the heart of America is the venerable OSF.
A new cycle of plays about religious belief prompts L.A.’s Cornerstone Theater Company to rethink some definitions: of community, of tolerance, of Cornerstone itself.
Turning Marley’s face into a doorknob is just Problem No. 1 for ‘Carol’ adaptors.
A community mourns the loss of “the steel” through a unique theatrical event.