And as we talk, all of our conversations seem to circle back to time; the passage of time, generations over time, geologic time that the mind can hardly fathom. “It’s hard to ignore when you think about things like climate. Suddenly you feel really small – in time.”
Let us cry, but not while we’re making theater. Or fine, cry, but that’s not what this is about.
Lily Padilla talks to Superhero Clubhouse’s Jeremy Pickard about The Big Green Theater Festival coming up April 26 & 27 at The Bushwick Starr.
Name: Jeremy Pickard Title/Occupation: Captain Organization/Company: Superhero Clubhouse URL: www.superheroclubhouse.org 1. Where did you grow up and how did you end up where you are now? I grew up on the hyphen of Jordan-Elbridge, NY, a small town-village outside Syracuse. Most of my early theatrical
Hello, my lovely ‘bots – I’ve been tucked away in these woods directing theater students and fighting off a fever for a few weeks now. Many thoughts to share in this space on my experiences here, but first, a heads up about a new play