The evening resembles what one might imagine how a Moth Storytelling Hour might play out if it were held at the Restaurant at the End of the Universe.
“I’m Fundamentally Interested in a Gentle Theater” – a conversation with Corinne Donly and Sarah Hughes
I got the impression that Corinne and Sarah were working out their ideas in front of me, rather than regurgitating concepts already known. In other words, the play was becoming before my eyes.
I could go on, you should go on for me, counting heros not yet fallen.
The annual dare: Mac Wellman challenges three of his Brooklyn College playwrights to write short pieces based on the same source material, this year Maxim Gorky’s remembrances of Tolstoy, Chekhov, and Andreev. The set, a palimpsest of JACK’s signature tinfoil, typed pages and reverent portraits
A response to The Offending Gesture by Mac Wellman and what makes something ‘work.’
Culturebot contributor Jeremy M. Barker discusses the new play “Muazzez” with Mac Wellman and the playwright’s long collaboration with actor Steve Mellor.
Culturebot’s completely unbiased guide to January Festival Season in NYC. At your service to help manage the Madness.
Timothy Braun hangs out with Mac Wellman, Steve Mellor and Eliza Bent atThe Fusebox Festival in Austin, TX.
Or, Some Preliminary Considerations Regarding the Formal Nature and Purpose of Prelude
The director of Brooklyn College’s experimental playwriting program presents his seventh annual festival of emerging playwrights this August
PRELUDE, everyone’s favorite annual don’t-miss festival sneak peek of the upcoming season by NYC-based theater and performance artists returns to The Segal Center, October 12-14, 2011.
The World Premiere of 1965UU by Mac Wellman, starring Paul Lazar, directed by Stephen Mellor September 11 – October 4, Thurs-Sat @ 8pm $15 More than two years in development, 1965UU is a solo performance written by Mac Wellman (winner of numerous Obie awards, recent