Adaire searches for Lorca’s passion digitally in A.C.T.’s ‘Blood Wedding’

American Conservatory Theater’s head of voice Christine Adaire has spent her entire career teaching students the power of organic sound. A Designated Master Linklater Voice teacher, the  method developed by … Continue reading Adaire searches for Lorca’s passion digitally in A.C.T.’s ‘Blood Wedding’

The honesty of Gomez comes through in ‘Spanking Machine’

In a particularly fraught moment in the story during solo performer Marga Gomez’s 13th newest show “Spanking Machine,” now coming your way every Sunday via Zoom through Oct. 11, the … Continue reading The honesty of Gomez comes through in ‘Spanking Machine’

Corrie battles the digital to accentuate the personal in Pear Theatre’s ‘Elliot: A Soldier’s Fugue’

The year 2020 has forced theatre artists to tap into the deepest recesses of their creativity, all while navigating fears and anxiety over a global pandemic. Whether it is looking … Continue reading Corrie battles the digital to accentuate the personal in Pear Theatre’s ‘Elliot: A Soldier’s Fugue’