Will is sound designing the Bard’s classic at Barrington Stage.
Gabe is production managing a project so cool and secret he won’t even tell us what it is.
Emily will begin pursuing her MFA in Industrial Design at RISD this winter
Mikhael will direct Caryl Churchill’s classic at Barnard this fall.
Teddy Bergman originated the role of Fighting Prawn in the 5 Time Tony Winning Play “Peter and The Starcatcher.”
Katie was the prop master for the world premiere of Terrance McNally’s Mothers and Sons at Bucks County Playhouse, which is transferring to Broadway in the spring of 2014.
Stephen Squibb’s production of Dario Fo’s classic is a triumph at Harvard.
The Tenant was named one of the ten best things on stage in 2011 by our old swimming buddies at the The L Magazine. They called us ‘shoestring, site-specific, geniuses,’ which made us blush.
Contributing artist Robert Askins has received ecstatic reviews for his new play, Hand to God. Also, big congrats to Kaitlin Binnie who has been working tirelessly behind the scenes. New York Magazine reports:
Capering impishly between campy B-horror and a deadly serious revisionist Sunday-school lesson, Robert Askins’s daffily devout black comedy is just the sort of juicy little morsel the hard-bitten theatervore hopes to find, and seldom does, Off Broadway.
Woodshed’s Stephen Squibb represented Occupy Boston on Countdown With Keith Olbermann. See the excellent interview here.
Woodshed’s Jocelyn Kuritsky recently starred in Mac Wellman’s 3 2′s; or Afar. The production received rave reviews.
The New York Times boasted:
Mac Wellman’s “3 2’s; or AFAR” offers the playwright’s typically dizzying and fluid unfurling of language. References, registers and nonsense rhymes fly with madcap precision…everything in “3 2’s; or AFAR” eludes, and deliciously so.
Read more at The New York Times.
Alexis Soloski at The Village Voice reported:
His theater seems to defy rational description. It requires that you be present–breathing, watching, and most of all listening–in the performance space as Wellman’s words surround you. Being and time are what he demands of you–and the rewards are ample.
Read more at The Village Voice.