As fairyprincessdiares says, things go in threes, the good and the bad.
With reference to The Wooster Group’s latest production of Trolius & Cressida. A show that I admit I have not seen. At the time they were playing in the UK I and eleven others were busy “battling” with the RSC on their production of The Orphan of Zhao. What’s the connection? Well, blow me, if The Royal Shakespeare Company was not also involved with this production. This time using Native American culture but without actually employing any Native Americans. A friend who did see the production had this to say,
“Complete theatrical car crash. Fascinating, but not for the right reasons.”
The Pasadena Playhouse has announced that under the direction of new Associate Artistic Director, Seema Sueko, they are going to produce a workshop of playwright, Philip C. Chung’s play, COME DOWN IN TIME, as part of their Hothouse series. They will co-produce with East West Players, and it will take place on March 20 & 21, 2014 at 8:00 PM at The Vault, 60 Los Robles Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101.
The HOTHOUSE Series is designed to highlight and develop plays that ‘authentically align with the Playhouse’s commitment…
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