Catch them while you can

I’m wrapping up here in Ashland, having presented two plays I’m enormously proud of with a company whose talent, rigor and intelligence is absolutely breath-taking.  In a few days, it’s on to the TCG Conference in Boston for a super dose a theater debate/love. Below is a plug for a few shows that are in …

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Henry V Opening

Tonight is the opening of HENRY V, a production I’ve had a thrilling time working on.  If you happen to be coming through Ashland, be sure to catch it. This fantastic company will be playing two shows a week through October. More info on the Oregon Shakespeare Festival website.

Tonight in Ashland

Tonight at 5:30 OSF is presenting a staged reading of Lauren Feldman’s Fill Our Mouths.  We’ve had a great response so far, and I’m excited to share this beautiful, bi-lingual play with the Ashland/OSF community.  Details below! FAIR Expressions: An Evening of New Voices presents: FILL OUT MOUTHS by Lauren Feldman directed by Lauren Keating …

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Fill Our Mouths, and other news

It’s been a busy and lovely Spring.  I spent March finishing up the academic year with BAM, bring Richard III to high school students across the 5 boroughs of NYC. And, for the past two months, I’ve been in residence at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, OR.  I’ve been fortunate enough to assist Joe …

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I’m back in NYC and back on the road, or the rails, as it were, with BAM; I’m traveling the 5 boroughs to teach RICHARD III to high school students.  Later this month the students will attend the Old Vic/Kevin Spacy production at BAM and then I’ll return to their classrooms to make our own …


Beannacht (Farewell)

Many thanks to the Yale community for the fun and fierce two months I spent in New Haven.  Production photos are up on the Translations project page, with a preview below, and here’s a nice student review in the Yale Herald.

Opening Night!

I could not be more excited to share this gorgeous production of TRANSLATIONS!  I truly hope you’ll be able to join me for this one. Here’s a little preview article from the Yale Daily News.

Dance, dance, dance.

Rehearsals for Translations are in full swing.  Literally.  We’re working on integrating the Rapper Sword and Kerry Set dances we’ve been learning into the play, and smoothing out the wrinkles before we head into tech this week. I also completed an exciting week of teaching Richard III at high schools across Queens, the Bronx and …

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I’m happy to report that I’m in residence in New Haven, directing the Yale Dramatic Association’s Spring Mainstage, Brian Friel’s Translations. I’ve been having a great time getting to know the Yale community, experimenting with the fantastic cast of energetic undergraduates and diving into the rich world of Friel’s 19th century Ireland.  The production is …

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My Top 11 of 2011

Here’s my top theater-going experiences of 2011, and as it just happened to come out to 11, I decided to honor the year and not try to narrow down to 10.  My criteria are simple– Did I have an exciting or interesting or surprising experience? Did it stick with me and resonate later on?  I …

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