Archives for March 15, 2013

Mud Blue Sky

Whoever said that travel is broadening never met a modern-day flight attendant. The three women of Marisa Wegrzyn’s world premiere, world-wearily funny play Mud Blue Sky, are drudges at 50,000 feet. Their backs ache, their dogs are barkin’, they figure out what city they are in by the cable TV selection in their interchangeable hotel […]

Nova Y. Payton – Defying Gravity: The Making of a Supernova

Following Nova Y. Payton’s debut at Signature Theatre in the 2011 production of Shaiman and Wittman’s Hairspray, there was more than just a little buzz about the new theatre girl in town with the big voice who brought the house down with “I Know Where I’ve Been.”

Metamorphoses creator Mary Zimmerman on the power of myths

— We talk to Mary Zimmerman, director and creator of Metamorphoses, now completing a successful run in the Fichlander at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater. Zimmerman shared her insights on the creation of the piece, the power of myths and how Metamorphoses has touched audiences over the years.–

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