When walking into a theatre, the stage is typically one of the first things a person's eye is drawn to. Often, the set can hint at what kind of performance that person is going to see - the location, the time period, the tone, etc. Each element of the set design is a symbol to be digested and interpreted by an audience that influences the way they experience the show.
REVIVAL The Resurrection of Son House has been in the works here at Geva for almost five years now. This electric story about a man’s journey to redemption through heavenly trials and singing the Blues has come a long, ever-evolving, loop-de-looping way from the script it started out as. In the scant free time between … Continue reading An Inside Look at the Making of REVIVAL with Playwright & Director Keith Glover
As Native Gardens heads into its second week on the Wilson stage, it has me thinking a lot about neighborly controversy. Part of the reason the contention between the Butleys and Del Valles is so ridiculous is because they actually agree on a lot of things. First off, no one is denying that the Del … Continue reading “This complexity is what makes us all…American.”