Director’s Notebook: The Tempest

WHY on earth does the world need Shakespare today? I, for once, am interested in producing him because directing a play with such a long history of performance is the opposite of the type of new work that I’ve been producing so far.

Director’s Notebook: Sonic Imaginations

IT’S BEEN TWO WEEKS since I got back from training with Double Edge Theatre and there’s multiple things I understand about their work differently now. I will elaborate on those on a separate post.  What I wanted to capture today has to do with sound. I’m taking this class called Sound Studies which is aboutContinue reading “Director’s Notebook: Sonic Imaginations”

Director’s Notebook: Staging Animality

ONE of the things I like to do when I choose plays is that I find an excuse to learn something that I want to substantially read more about. For telephone, I had the opportunity to study Avital Ronell’s The Telephone Books: Technology, Schizophrenia, Electric Speech, Thomas Augustus Watson’s Exploring Life: The Autobiography of Thomas A. Watson, Ariana Reines’ MercuryContinue reading “Director’s Notebook: Staging Animality”