Category Archives: Performing Arts
Some thoughts on an old, old tradition. By Omar Willey
Omar Willey considers the levels of fiction in Mariano Pensotti's latest production.
What you can do in children's theater shows what is wrong with adults. Omar Willey writes.
Thoughts on the UW UTS production of Yellow Face.
Omar Willey reviews Theatre Machine's production of The Lower Depths and stuff.
The tradition of the superfluous man in Russian literature is a source of much discussion. But what about the superfluous woman? Omar Willey writes.
Thoughts on comp tickets and the new economy of controlled speech.
Thoughts on UMO Ensemble's attempts to Fail Better.
Thoughts on Ghost Light Theatricals' offerings of Beckett's Endgame and Blood Ensemble's Beckett-inspired NDGM.
Some thoughts about DASS Dance's Lights Camera ACTION.