Families, as we know, have secrets
Playwright Lauren Yee’s script is really two shows: an old-fashioned rock concert uncomfortably yoked to a somber history drama.
What’s going on behind the scenes?: Interview with Bernard Havard on working with his creative team at the Walnut Street Theatre
Bernard Havard shares his experiences with his creative team for A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE by Oscar Wilde:
Changes are afoot at the Wilma Theater, with Blanka Zizka moving on from her role as sole artistic director after forty years in charge of the company.
As if Oscar Wilde himself had arrived on the Walnut stage: Interview with Bernard Havard on casting and working with his actors
Part 2 of Henrik Eger’s interview with Walnut Theatre head Bernard Havard
Risks can lead to financial loss: Interview with Bernard Havard on A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE at the Walnut Street Theatre
Bernard Havard discusses the risks of running a theater as few producers and directors would be willing to
JOHNNY DEPP: A RETROSPECTIVE ON LATE-STAGE CAPITALISM (Jenna Kuerzi + Val Dunn): Pirates of the leisure class
We’re all fucked, enjoy the show.
Pleasant to watch and quite informative, but little seems at stake
A delightfully immersive peek into “bed culture”
Sam Shepard can set up a world like nobody else
We are living in absurd times
This solo show is performed by Satchel Williams, who can best be described as adorbs.