Bricks from disintegrating walls cover the stage.
A hulking, black bull breathes it last.
An aging opera singer arrives in a nameless European city.
A narcissistic rent boy readies for a “date.” 1,085 more words
Simon Stephens’ play Carmen Disruption deals with themes of technology, social isolation, and fragmented relationships. The Almeida’s Simone Finney talked to him about about inspiration, isolation and his complicated relationship with his iPhone. 818 more words
Gods Are Fallen And All Safety Gone is an investigation into what happens when we discover that our parents are flawed human beings, and that at some point, sooner than we think, they are suddenly going to disappear from our lives. 112 more words
Who knew all Ibsen needed was a bit of menace? A little over a year ago, BAM presented the Young Vic’s stellar production of A Doll’s House… 451 more words