“A play like The Living pricks the conscience of the country. It is the reason I wanted to produce and direct it.”
Benny Sato Ambush
Theater Interview: Anthony Clarvoe on “The Living” — Surviving Plague Time
The Living “is about the impulse to draw back, to lie, to conceal, and to retreat versus the impulse to gather, to commune, to cooperate, to find common ground. Those two conflicting impulses seem to inform our response to every disaster.”
Theater Review: Asian Delights from Yukio Mishima and Tennessee Williams
Kudos for two short plays by Tennessee Williams and Yukio Mishma at this year’s Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival
Theater Interview: Director Benny Sato Ambush’s Japanese Connection
The highlights of this year’s gathering will be productions of newly discovered or rediscovered works by both Tennessee Williams and Yukio Mishima.
Theater Review: “black odyssey boston” — An Electrifying Epic Journey
black odyssey boston is a fearless, funny, and fraught reimagining of Homer’s Odyssey as the story of the African-American diasporic experience.
Theater Review: “Cardboard Piano” — Pay Witness
“ignorance about those who have disappeared/ undermines the reality of the world.” — Zbigniew Herbert
Theater Review: “Hold These Truths” — A Vital Lesson
Hold These Truths is an invaluable reminder that alternative facts are not a new thing.
Theater Review: “When January Feels Like Summer” — Love and Transformation
The more we learn about Thomas’ characters and their lives, the more we like them and root for them.