Then let’s cuddle around the keg and translate the whole thing together, please because it’s still a work-in-progress and we learned so much from you the last time. On the ice: Mari Akita, Lowell Bartholomee, Kenny Chilton, Eva Claycomb, Madge Darlington, Eric Dyer, Robert Fisher, Aaron Flynn, Thomas Graves, Kevin Jacaman, Nate Jackson, Alexa Kelly, Hannah Kenah, Lana Lesley, Kevin Long, Kirk Lynn, Graham Reynolds, Brian Scott, Shawn Sides, Dallas Tate.Production Support: is commissioned and developed by Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, James Bundy, Artistic Director and Victoria Nolan, Managing Director.
That done, a collaborative team refines the concept, develops content, structure and style, and gets the piece on its feet.
This collaborative team eventually expands to envelop to the entire production team as the work is created.
April 7 – 30, 2016 2nd draft workshop showing Ensemble: Mari Akita, Lowell Bartholomee, Robert S.
At turns hilarious and heartbreaking, these separate building blocks accrete into a larger performative edifice that questions the ability to adapt something with the depth and complexity of a Russian novel for a visual medium like theater.
Field Guide’s answer to this quandary is to create bare, simple, yet utterly amazing and inventive scenes of theatrical depth and complexity that explore the ability of the stage to probe deep into the human psyche in ways that a novel is unable to.”“The Rude Mechs take chances to create things that are different and to be invited to be part of their process is something that Austin audiences should be lining up for.
and I, for one, can’t wait to see the next draft.” Rude Mechs creates new works collaboratively, and we believe it is important to acknowledge the work that is done prior to getting the show ready for production.
This work begins often with the Co-Producing Artistic Directors finding consensus around a project’s concept.
“The Rude Mechs take chances to create things that are different and to be invited to be part of their process is something that Austin audiences should be lining up for.
This is a gloriously experimental, energizing evening of theatre…
and I, for one, can’t wait to see the next draft.” Okay friends, IT’S COUPLES’ SKATE!
Let’s hold hands and glide through the longest novel ever navigating thin-ice patches of intellectualism, spiritualism, sensualism and hedonism mixed with stand-up comedy, stompy dancing, a cardboard bear and his geometric friends.