Embracing both the challenges and opportunities of technology, the Women’s Theatre Festival Fringe series streamed a variety of “live” performances on Saturday night, providing a possible glimpse of how we might be experiencing theatre as the coronavirus pandemic continues. Read what Kim Jackson has to say about the first weekend of virtual productions.
Burning Coal Theatre’s production of Accord(ing) by co-creators and directors Bronwen Carson and Vieve Radha Price, presented in collaboration with SoundingLine Arts and TÉA Creative, is an immersive sensory experience that explores how individuals struggle with a variety of internal and external forces when making decisions. Read Kim Jackson's review.
The full title of the 1963 play by Peter Weiss effectively sums up the plot: The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum […]
Andrew Borba, Artistic Director of The Chautauqua Theater Company, guides PlayMakers’ production of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar with a keen focus on adhering to the intentions of the original text.
SWEAT is the human interest story behind the headlines that resonates and is a telling sign of the times nearly a decade after the play takes place. Read what Kim Jackson has to say about The Justice Theater Project's production.