1. Young Jean Lee is . . . a total badass. She has been named one of the 25 people who will shape American theater in the next 25 years by American Theater magazine and "one of the best experimental playwrights in America" by David Cote in Time Out New York.
by Kyle Loven
Lighting. Illumination. How do we, as the storyteller, illuminate/reveal/share information? How do we, as the listener/viewer process that shared information? And how to we deal with that information we've processed? Do we need to see something in order to feel it?
by Jessica Jobaris
we leave in paradox.
We begin with “true self,” somehow,
My “false self” got this from Wikipedia:
by Ella Mahler
The common misperception – lighting is a supporting element of theatre. Costuming, set, music, etc…. something added to the end of a process - to enhance, to carry out… often seen as perhaps not a “key player” in performance content. Or more so, not an element we can identify as obviously as other aspects of performance.
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The only way to introduce How to Disappear Completely is to tell the story of it's creator, so here I've written some cliff notes about Itai Erdal's journey into performance. How to Disappear Completely is showing March 21-24, bring tissues! Bring your mom!
by Tim Smith-Stewart
Sometimes group conversations and public discourse about art (arts criticism, art education, art and activism, arts and commerce, etc) stress me out.
Probably because I’ve invested way too much of my time in those conversations, attending four years of art school and investing in grassroots activism (Occupy).
by Zoe Scofield
Its sort of funny writing about an event that is about writing.
One of my favorite moments in Culturebot’s, Everyone’s a Critic, was when high school student, Olivia eloquently expressed how she came, through the process of writing, to be more interactive with what she saw.
Experience an in-depth look into the unique artistic process of renowned lighting designer Itai Erdal.