Tom Coasch the playwright explains: “the vast majority of women that I spoke to were veiled, they were very positive about it and it being their choice and saying, “No, we hate it when people say we’re oppressed.”
Friel put together an Irish broth of unhappy characters. Not exactly the most delightful way to spend an evening but the play is more than the sum of its parts. I found many echoes of my own life within the performance.
A string quartet that loves Bach and Pop music equally, Well-Strung continues to innovate, as this fun video – “Devil Went Down to Georgia” – amply demonstrates.
Working closely with New York-based dancer and choreographer Brittany Bailey and dancer Burr Johnson, Recursive Frame Analysis is multimedia taken to its limits employing arrangements of intensely saturated light, raw synthetic sound, disrupted rhythmic structures, and kinetic energy.
Spencer Day’s roots are firmly planted in the Great American Songbook but with a contemporary, upbeat twist that has become his signature sound.
With one foot in the classic writing of F. Scott Fitzgerald and the other in the world of experimental theatre, Babylon Revisited promises an evening of cutting edge drama for the adventurous.
In our age of spoof and spin, getting at the truth is tougher than ever. Documentary Film Festivals are growing in popularity and for many a way to ferret out real information.