Rachel O’Hanlon Rodriguez
Rich people need it. Poor people have it. If you eat it then you die.
In (MISS) JULIE, Svada Theatre Collective gives the naturalistic classic a much-needed reinterpretation.
“The script is a little more silly and beer filled then Shakespeare originally wrote it,” says MTC’s artistic director Sean Connolly.
This production offers gore, unconventionality, and laughs, and certainly strikes up debates about the meaning of the play’s profound poetry.
Death, as experienced in director James Ijames’s comic yet movingly evocative production of Sarah Ruhl’s play, is a continuation of life.
This is a play that is constantly surprising, entrancing, and always a step ahead of expectations.
MZ FEST brings together several local avant garde companies to provide dramatic theater opportunities for female artists.
This is Tennessee Williams as you’ve never seen him, filled with youthful ardor, idealism, and scorn, and well suited for showcasing a young ensemble of emerging talents.
Part performance piece and part group therapy session, the self-devised offering is a soul-baring exposé of the growing pains of real people, in which an all-female ensemble of five creators/performers (Jess Brownell, Nina Giacobbe, Rachel O’Hanlon-Rodriguez, Rae Bradley, and Samantha Rose Schwab) explores the concept of “home” through memorable events from their own personal backgrounds.
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