Like most live arts and entertainment outlets we’re still adjusting to not being able to do the one thing that makes us, well, us: bringing people together for a collective experience. Nothing can replace the dynamic, emergent, and communal magic of a live event but in a time like this we need to adapt in order to find ways to bring people ‘together’ and share stories.
One From the Vaults and Socially-Distant Soliloquies are two new series we’ve launched to help us do just that.
In One From the Vaults, we offer clips from past performances as well as personal stories from our artists about their favorite moments and experiences working with us on some of our most iconic productions.
Currently in this series you’ll find clips of shows like The Threepenny Opera, Annapurna, Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, HIR, and personal entries from Paul Potenza, Amy E. Gray, Spencer Meyers, and Salem “Newt” Brophy. We’ve also added a few looks back to shows like The Maids and boom! with review reels that feature show footage and quotes from the press.
Looking for a little light reading? Here’s a blog entry with both recently discovered footage and video from our 2002 production of Joe Popp’s MAXWELL and another written blog from Nick Hoop. We will add videos to this playlist as we get them ready, so check back often for more goodies!
If you are unfamiliar with Vimeo playlists, look to the top left of the player below and you should see arrows to go back in forth through the different videos or the down-arrow to see a drop-down menu of all videos in the list. You can also click the Vimeo logo in the bottom right and view them directly there.
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