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Interviewing Crystal Field, Artistic Director or Theater for the New City

Life cannot exist without art.  That is something that is hard to get into people’s heads, because they say ‘I have to eat.  I have to pay the rent.  I have to be warm in the Winter and cooler in the Summer, if possible.'  They don’t realize that if you took their art away, if their art got taken away, they would die.  They only know it, when it gets taken away. 

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Interviewing Crystal Field, Artistic Director or Theater for the New City

Life cannot exist without art.  That is something that is hard to get into people’s heads, because they say ‘I have to eat.  I have to pay the rent.  I have to be warm in the Winter and cooler in the Summer, if possible.'  They don’t realize that if you took their art away, if their art got taken away, they would die.  They only know it, when it gets taken away. 

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“United Queendom”: When Immersive Theatre Meets Historical Reenactment Tour

United Queendom shines with potential. The location itself offers the thrill of being after hours in a royal palace, the expectations of whispers and court intrigue. Queen Caroline and Henrietta Howard bring a captivating tale and Les Enfants Terribles have a relevant lens to approach it and a bold aesthetic to make a memorable event. But I wished I had been part more of an immersive show than of a historical tour.

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Interviewing Crystal Field, Artistic Director or Theater for the New City

Life cannot exist without art.  That is something that is hard to get into people’s heads, because they say ‘I have to eat.  I have to pay the rent.  I have to be warm in the Winter and cooler in the Summer, if possible.’  They don’t realize that if you took their art away, if their art got taken away, they would die.  They only know it, when it gets taken away. 

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“Too Early for Birds” Returns to the Stage with Music Edition

‘Kenyan History has been scored and underscored by music. From when it was interwoven with every aspect of life, across all the nations and communities that are now counted as Kenyan, in pre-colonial times. To today when a doltish action by a government official can unwittingly turn a club banger into a protest song. We cannot be separated from our music…’

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From California to the Island of Negros: Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” Filipinized

In Orteza’s and director Sigion-Reyna’s Katsuri, representations of sacada (sugar farmers in the island of Negros) veer away from the typical, almost iconic, images of the sacadas as rendered by the social realist painters of the 70s— hoodied heads, a pair of eyes peering from layers of cloth wrapped around their faces, and hunched bodies.  Katsuri’s stage harbored a diverse group of farmworkers housed in a kuwartel (quarter, usually of horses), carrying their own physicalized expressions of angas (spunk), a thin cache of spunk that fizzles out when the hacienda foreman and his overbearing son swing by to make routine inspections.

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“United Queendom”: When Immersive Theatre Meets Historical Reenactment Tour

United Queendom shines with potential. The location itself offers the thrill of being after hours in a royal palace, the expectations of whispers and court intrigue. Queen Caroline and Henrietta Howard bring a captivating tale and Les Enfants Terribles have a relevant lens to approach it and a bold aesthetic to make a memorable event. But I wished I had been part more of an immersive show than of a historical tour.

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