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Reppin’

I was delighted to come across an article in Howlround that engaged with a production that my school put on this year. It was an adaptation of Kafka’s Metamorphosis that was a part of our Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP) series, which is marked by collaboration between professionals (usually professors) and students. I was pleased […]

Rounding Up #TheSummit

On Feb 17, 2014, Peter Marks of The Washington Post hosted an event called The Summit — it was a public conversation with several of D.C.’s leading artistic directors. As Peter noted in an article for The Washington Post, “Several months ago, Molly Smith, artistic director of Arena Stage, approached me with an intriguing offer: organizing and moderating a series […]

“The Aurora Project: An Interstellar Story of Devotion”

While browsing the New Play Map at Howlround, I noticed that there was an upcoming event in the Boston area. The piece, entitled “The Aurora Project,” is presented by the Science Fiction Theatre Company from today through October 5. As it is described on artsboston.org, “The Aurora Project follows Constantine—an ‘intelligent design’, indistinguishable from human beings, and Nora, a […]

Company One’s Skype Session with playwright Qui Nguyen after “She Kills Monsters”

So, as I said in my last post, I LOVED She Kills Monsters (now playing at the BCA Plaza Theatre until May 11th). But, that isn’t how the tale ends! It was just my luck that there also happened to be an awesome talk-back with the playwright, Qui Nguyen, afterwards. The talk-back alone was so thought-provoking that […]