Source Festival’s Rites of Passage theme involves “moments that define who we are.” These pivotal moments help define our character and provide a solid basis for a number of different playwriting choices.
Archives for June 20, 2012
What really happened when a young blond interloper entered the cottage of three bears living in the woods? Give Christopher Piper a new slant on an old idea, step aside and let him go at it.
It’s that time of year again—when roughly 1,000 theater makers from around the world converge on a city for the annual Theatre Communications Group National Conference. This year, I was honored to receive an invitation from Clayton Lord, Theatre Bay Area’s Director of Communications and Audience Development, to participate on a panel entitled “Maximizing Impact: […]
British playwright Anthony Shaffer’s ingenious, hairpin-turn stage thriller about a competitive game of one-upmanship, humiliation and revenge, is scored like a tennis game.
The Lincoln Center 3 series has been offering new writers an introduction via a series of productions at its Laura Pels Theatre underground at the Lincoln Center Theatre complex. But the long awaited Claire Tow Theatre atop the Beaumont has now been completed, and its first entry is a complete success.