Driving by in cars like a slow-moving funeral procession, we get new perspectives from an all-female castView More A Period of Drastic Change and Reordering: Interview with THE WAY OUT artists and performers.
A never-performed before multi-arts show on wheels for Fringe audiencesView More The Way Out: New life at Laurel Hill Cemetery with an all-female ensemble of theater artists and aerialists
The second (re)Focus Fest brings together four companies using performance to spark discussion about narrative, perspective, and history.View More Four Theatermakers (Re)Focus on Diversity
Anyone who has sung around a campfire can attest to the power of music to elicit feelings of closenessView More CLOSE MUSIC FOR BODIES (Michael Kiley): 2017 Fringe review
Simpatico Theatre Company’s production of HIR by Taylor Mac challenges audiences to reconsider preconceptions of gender identityView More Theater in Sketch: HIR (Simpatico)
Author’s note: Taylor Mac uses “judy” as a gender pronoun. This review reflects Mac’s preference. Taylor Mac’s work is unwieldy and absurdist, challenging and unsettling.…View More HIR (Simpatico): We are all everything
In a dystopian future where love is a tangible commodity, Vera and Woolen fight to keep their love for themselves and each other.View More THEY EXTRACT! (Alma’s Engine): Love is a verb