(from Making Mini-Plays in Caryl Churchill’s Love and Information)
Love and Information is tragic and funny, and each piece is so complete I feel lucky to have seen it all together instead of broken up into the acting-class-scene-study standard I am sure it will eventually become. (The chicken scene in 1, especially.)
I’d caution against reading this article unless you’ve already seen the show, because part of the beauty is going in totally blind. But I have been saying since I saw it that I want to give all the awards to the set, costume, and sound designers for giving each play, even if it’s only 10 seconds long, a complete and distinct world.
When I read this, I saw it in a completely different way. But that’s the great thing about theatre in general, and Caryl Churchill specifically. Read the article, it’s worth it.
Conceivers/Actors of done/undone, Tashina and Nick, lead us into a rehearsal in which they and the other actors/collaborators turn the movement exercises seen in the last video into concrete scenes to put into the show.
The actors are finalizing their scenes and working on scene order, and the show opens in two weeks! March 21st!
March 21-23 and 27-30, 2014
Green Space Arts Collective
Denton, TX 76201
Other fun stuff Sundown is up to:
*Sweet Chariot opened last night at the Out of the Loop Festival at WaterTower Theatre. There are two more performances on March 14th @ 9pm and March 15th @ 9:30pm.
* Make sure you’re following us on Twitter (@sundowntheatre) for ticket giveaways to done/undone
I LOOK SO SHINY AT THE BEGINNING OF THIS VIDEO. I HATE IT. But I like the video in general. Big ups to Paul Vaughn, our marketing director, for giving people behind-the-scenes shots of our process.
Photos from behind the scene of Freaks and Geeks.
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(Source: flexibilitas-cerea, via feelingfickle)