Jeremy M. Barker and Matthew Goulish discuss Every house has a door’s “The Three Matadores”
Aw man. I wish I was a kick ass Trumpet player or something.
Editors Note: We caught up with Alice Pencavel, who has written a few wonderful pieces for this very publication and now has a show coming up in the United Solo Festival on Tuesday, October 18th. Where did you grow up and how did you end
“I really wish I knew how to drive.” – Jess Barbagallo responds to FIVE QUESTIONS
Zen and the Art of Stage Directing or conversations about expectations or just making up your damn mind already
Alexandra Beller and Ivan Talijančić in conversation about choice-making, dramaturgy, and building Mindflock.
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Book excerpt: The Sovereign Soloist – States of Exceptional Labor and “State of Darkness” by Richard Move
The following is an excerpt from Chapter 20 (pp. 261 – 264) of Mark Fisher’s book How To Write About Theatre, published by Bloomsbury and released in paperback in August, 2015. In any discussion about theatre and criticism, there’s usually one wag who stands up