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.
Plays, words, bodies, video, and music collide in this immersive mash-up of ‘Hedda Gabler’ and ‘The Bacchae,’ at the Immersive Gallery through April 25th.
In Bambif*cker/Kaffeehaus, Little Lord presents a smorgasbord of indelicate delicacies.
Equal parts theater, music, and dog park, Comfort Dogs presents an environment suitable for howling at the moon.
Dan O’Neil on Prelude Festival 2014