Amelia Parenteau responds to SPAM at JACK
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.
Please do not disturb the loving respectfulness. Please take off your shoes.
Some sentences on Alex Borinsky’s The Witches
Let us cry, but not while we’re making theater. Or fine, cry, but that’s not what this is about.
LOVE, LOSS, AND LEGACY MIX IN I WILL LOOK FORWARD TO THIS LATER
Amelia Parenteau talks to Travis Russ before the opening of Life Jacket Theatre Company’s new work.
Recognition of the dance-becoming-functional, of completing a circuit between both halves, is undoubtedly gratifying. We are irresistibly, maybe placidly, hypnotized by the all-seducing power of the circle, and this dually lulls with its familiarity while entrancing with timelessness.
Response to The Way West by Mona Monsour at Labyrinth Theater Company
Created by playwright Liza Birkenmeier and director Katherine Brook, Tragedy in Spades examines the relationship between a small Missouri town and a brutal murder of a teenage girl, depicting an 80s/90s Americana plagued with an inability to contextualize horrors too close for comfort — a conundrum prevalent today.