The performance, “Essential(s),” truly embraced the gifts of the digital age and brought me fully into the story and performances of the evening.
The show brings to life and examines in a unique way the most confounding, most inexplicable and most human flaw of the young mind.
While Comettant’s artistic journey didn’t begin on the stage, she found her niche for theater in reflecting on the different artistic values that go into making up a show
Their Fall 2020 Showcase was a success, showcasing student talent and fortitude when performances are few and far between.
Within their Zoom boxes, actors convey their characters, often brilliantly, through their voice, facial expressions and a few gestures that can be seen from the chest up.
The PAD is not just looking to the past and present; they are also attempting to find a footing in this brave new world.
While it would seem that watching a production via Zoom would take away some of that so-called “theatre magic,” that wasn’t the case with “Front Porch Society.”
Washington University’s campus closure caused the premature cancellation of four student-run theater performances.
“Spell #7” is a choreopoem written by Ntozake Shange and performed for the first time in 1979.
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