iKilL is a exhibition of excellent choreography performed by a well-drilled ensemble. Auteur director Izumi Ashizawa has gathered a team of talented young actors. Together, they seek to portray the horrors and consequences of violence and war in a series of short vignettes performed in the style of Japanese physical theater.
Archives for July 21, 2011
They can take away your home, but they can’t take your spirit. Sara Josephine James knows this better than any of us — she’s responsible not only for her own spirit but for numerous others as well.
Michael J. Bobbitt and members of Adventure Theatre are setting off on an adventure of their own when their Nippon Airways flight departs July 27th, touches down in Japan the next day before landing them in their final destination, Singapore.
Andy Warhol played the deadpan fool but was nobody’s fool. The pop artist is still making money after death. One of his self-portraits sold for $38.4 million in a bidding war at an auction in May, 2011. Now Warhol is alive at Studio Theatre in a glitzy, high-powered, wildly funny musical, with book and lyrics […]
Maybe it was the 10pm curtain or the Ting-Tings pre-show soundtrack. Maybe it was the average audience age (30 years, roughly, according the production) but an unmistakable buzz was building at e-Geaux (beta), an original, hilarious Gen Y jab-fest hitting the Facebook generation nail on the head.
Christmas Eve. Three co-workers. The office of Homeland Security. Thus unravels the story of Shelter in Place, a light-hearted one act where three unsuspecting office mates find themselves trapped in their building during a shelter in place lockdown, instantly transforming their casual banter into confrontation as the day progresses.
If I See You were an item of produce, it would have been grown in a home garden free of pesticides or chemicals, being watered and pruned daily by a gentle and caring caretaker.