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The Orphan Sea director and faculty member Eunice Ferreira talks to staff writer Laura McCullagh '17 about language, home, and the timeliness of this production.
Staff writer Nina Slowinski '19 on columbinus, the third Studio Lab of the Fall 2016 semester.
Leavis had a strange errand. Why would he be worrying about boxes when his show was about to open? Upon seeing the show, I quickly realized that both the boxes and the absurd are crucial features of The Dali Project.
Director Shea Leavis ’17 and his cast share their experience with the experimental second New Works Lab of the year, The Dali Project.
Today on STLN, Editor-in-Chief Caity Cook sits down with this semester's Playwrights Lab creative team BIlly Winter '18 and Rebecca Rovezzi '18 to have a chat about writing real people, challenging each other, and the importance of collaboration.
Caridad Svich’s poetic dance-theater piece The Orphan Sea asks us to stop for a moment and exist in solely the present.
Living Newsletter Editor Gabe Cohn '16 sits down for coffee with Walking Dead and Wolf of Wall Street actor Jon Bernthal '99 to discuss Skidmore theater, Scorsese, and baseball.
Keira Naughton '93 and Liz Wisan '02, who recently acted together off-Broadway in These Paper Bullets, talk to Living Newsletter Editor Gabe Cohn '16 over a between-show dinner.
The award-winning theater maverick, MacArthur Genius, and doyen of downtown theater tells never-before-heard stories from the vault--from having Spalding Gray pose for her Skidmore drawing classes to her rebellious turn towards the theater and, ultimately, toward the birth of The Wooster Group.
Svich’s writing allows designers to find unorthodox and innovative ways to share the story. This freedom has been an exciting opportunity to discover new ways to be storytellers.