Remember that illuminating moment when first love hits? It can be a flutter in the solar plexus, an airy sensation in the head. It’s that light-headed feeling that is pure, wholesome love. That time can be like a dream. But if the lovers prove to be liars and do sneaky, mean things for selfish reasons, […]
Archives for January 16, 2015
Even as construction continues on schedule for the opening of their newly renovated theatre, Keegan Theatre staff have been working out details on their upcoming season, with more announcements yet to come.
When most audience members think of design in theater, their mind goes straight to the set. It’s easy to do, since the set is often a production’s most dominant and drastic change to a theater space. But it takes many designers, doing jobs that theater-goers often aren’t familiar with, to make the environment of the […]
“This isn’t your Grandmother’s Chekhov. If you are looking for the samovar…” John Lescault was describing the new play, Life Sucks (Or the Present Ridiculous) by Aaron Posner, currently in previews at Theater J. Cast-mate Naomi Jacobson picked up the thread: “This is not really an adaptation of Uncle Vanya. Uncle Vanya has been used […]