TOP's grim contribution to "Making War, Making Peace"
"Theatre of the People is inclusive. We invite audiences to see 'first timers and seasoned pros' and enjoy each for what they are," says co-founder Hannah Moss.
Project F: Freaky Folklore—original adaptations of Pinocchio and Little Red
The key word to describe Theatre of the People’s latest offerings is 'variety.'
Just what an actor is, and what a script represents, become quite unsettling in the play. A thoughtful audience member can come away with a lot to think about.
George Walker interviews David Nosko, co-founder of Theater of the People. The group has a new show at the John Waldron Arts Center in April.
Despite its threatening aspects, the production has a certain zany quality from the setting in a caged set to the variety of characters on display.
The Trial actually has a kind of ‘David Lynchess.’ There are changes and shifts that don’t make sense. We used Plato to help the audience follow the drama.
They look and feel different. But they are united by Theatre of the People’s concern with process, with the theatre people and the people in the audience.
The Theatre of the People is at it again with one of their innovative double features. This time it’s a Science Fiction Fair.