Catchers helps us see into the past and, through the past, to recognize those we ignore in the present.
It seems that cinematic sequels are all the rage these days. Even theater is not immune to this urge to put iconic characters in new situations. Take, for example
Warehouse 21, Santa Fe
December 2, 6 pm (monthly performance)
I would like you to imagine you are standing alone on a stage. A simple brown folding chair stands in front of you. The audience of about forty people looks up at you, waiting, expectant. You are dressed in your street clothes. Suddenly, a man in a t-shirt and shorts wanders onto the stage and says…
Action at a Distance at Theater Grottesco, Santa Fe September 24th-October 10, 2018 the famously depressive actor and theatrical scholar Antonin Artaud writes, “The theater, which is in no thing, […]
There is something pulsing through our thin mountain air. Something electric and exciting and I’m not describing the lightning-filled monsoon season. Instead, I am talking about the growing and energetic theatre and performance scene that is currently emanating from all over …