The stage of the Glicker-Milstein Theater is overlaid with a glowing green microchip design. As chiptune music plays overhead, the lights lower on a teenage boy alone in his bedroom, his face illuminated only by the light of a laptop screen.
“Here lies the wasteland, peopled with the lonely and fragmented.” Does this sound familiar? For those who have read T.S. Eliot’s seminal poem, the answer may be yes.
Two girls kneel in the middle of the round stage as the audience files in around them and settles down into their seats. They’re Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, already in character, flipping a coin between them.
Václav Havel: playwright, political dissident, and prisoner. Havel was known for his musings on truth and the unbreakable spirit of the individual. He championed the idea that individuals have the responsibility to take action against systems of political oppression and monopolies of power.
After what has seemed like months of scrolling through nothing but pro-Hillary memes, campaign videos, and Facebook statuses, I was almost in shock after attending a performance in which Donald Trump emerged victorious.
The Metropolitan Opera used a dynamite cast to elucidate the artistic mastery of the underappreciated piece.
Drawing on his groundbreaking work as a visual artist, South African director William Kentridge uses animated projections to elucidate the frenzy of “Lulu.”
This is the second installment of a three-part series chronicling the behind-the-scenes making of XMAS!10, set to open Dec 14th. This part focuses on the cast’s journey in exploring their characters.
This is the first installment of a three-part series chronicling the behind-the-scenes making of XMAS!10: O Christmas, Where Art Thou?, set to open Dec. 14. This part’s focus is on the creative team.
The play confronts the popular question, “Can women have it all?” and reaches no concrete answer.