Dan O’Neil responds to ‘Abyss’ and its use of a prominent first-person narrator
An exploration of the ‘course-driven’ theater structure via CHASE – WHAT MATTERS MOST at Dixon Place
Dan O’Neil and Jennifer Cayer attended ‘tiger tiger (on the nature of violence)’ at Dixon Place on separate nights. Then they wrote this.
In Ayun Halliday’s new play, all dialogue is culled from social media.
An essay response to the Big Outdoor Site-Specific Stuff Festival (Oct. 23-25, 2015)
A non-machine-based response to ‘Futurity’, a co-production between Ars Nova & Soho Rep playing at the Connelly Theater through Nov. 15, 2015.
Fire, as a concept or symbol, has taken on a wide range of meaning throughout literary and dramatic history. I think almost immediately of The Firebugs, a German play written in 1953 by Max Frisch, in which a duo of arsonists go house to house
Mariah MacCarthy’s play Magic Trick unfolds itself over the course of about two and a half hours in semi-fragmented short-to-medium length scenes, weaving a narrative that functions primarily as a lover’s messy triangle story (in which one person leaves a second person and shacks
A virtual tour of being in residence in New Orleans.
Grief counseling in the round, an immersive approach to remembering
On 7 Daughters of Eve Thr. & Perf. Co.’s ritualistic cleansing of sharecropper shame, song, and the danger of appropriation.
An interview with Tiny Little Band on belief, darkness, and how to build a show that seeks to disrupt certainty and replace it with something else.