A Site to Be Seen…Environmental Theatre Abounds

My theatre company, Thinking Cap Theatre, recently finished a site-specific run of Young Jean Lee’s play, CHURCH, a play about exactly what the title suggests: sermonizing, sinning, surviving.  We took the play’s conceit one step further, and staged it outside under a tent in the parking lot of an old…church.  It was scary and exhilarating … Continue reading A Site to Be Seen…Environmental Theatre Abounds

Theatre & Critics, not just frenemies, but friends? Lynn Gardner weighs in (again)

On the Guardian theatre blog today, Lynn Gardner revisits the perennial topic of theatre and criticism. Her post’s title sums it up: theatre and critics need each other. Her post was inspired by the recent initiative by National Theatre Wales to nurture new critical voices. I think this line in particular really resonates: “[I]t remains … Continue reading Theatre & Critics, not just frenemies, but friends? Lynn Gardner weighs in (again)