Brad Hathaway

Brad
Hathaway
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All The World On Stage: Lookingglass’s Around the World in 80 Days Heads East
A look at Jacqueline and Richard Penrod's set design for Chicago’s Lookingglass Theatre's Around the World in 80 Days.
Garden-Themed But Definitely Not Grey
Jorge Cousineau provides projections for Philadelphia Theatre Company's production of Grey Gardens.
A Hard Hat Tour of DC’s Arena: Three Venues Under One Roof
Thom’s idea? Tear down the lobbies, the workshops, the administrative spaces, the dressing rooms – everything but the auditoria themselves
Online Exclusive: Moving Greece From Britain to America In Phédre
National Theatre of Great Britain’s Phédre crosses the pond to Washington, DC’s Sydney Harman Hall.
Goodspeed’s Space Constraints Bring Out The Inventiveness In Designers
Goodspeed Musicals use creative design choices to overcome space restrictions.
Mix And Match At West Virginia’s Contemporary American Theatre Festival
Fitting four shows into two venues for West Virginia’s Contemporary American Theatre Festival.
From Chicago To Washington … Falls’ Lear Remounted Three Years Later
To kick off his 20th Anniversary Season as artistic director of Chicago’s Goodman Theatre, Robert Falls pulled out all the stops to mount an intense and intensely violent version of Shakespeare’s King Lear. The same production with much the same design has taken the stage at Washington’s Sidney Harman Hall.
Florida Company’s Two European Houses
Quick – how can you catch a matinee in an historic Italian venue and that evening see a show in a former Scottish opera house? Try Sarasota on the west coast of Florida, where the Asolo Repertory Theatre seems to have a specialty in such things
1781 Painting Inspires New Dracula Look
Desma Murphy designs Dracula for North Hollywood’s NoHo Arts Center
33 Variations Brings A Regional Design Into New York
We often talk (and write) about Broadway designs being adapted to go on the road to tour—but the opposite happens as well. 33 Variations, the new show at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre on West 49th Street in Manhattan features a design developed in regional theatres that transferred to Broadway
Sketchbook: Travels of Angelica
It didn’t sound like a typical project even from the start: any time-traveling play that skips back and forth from the seventeenth to the twenty-first century would give designers plenty of opportunity to be creative
A New Look For Les Mis: No Turntable
Eric Schaeffer, artistic director of Arlington, Virginia’s Signature Theatre, calls their current production of the mega-musical Les Misérables the first “environmental staging” of the show
Reading Comprehension
How do you design a reading? That was the question when Kenny Leon, who was to lead the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts' month-long celebration
Globetrotting
When William Shakespeare and his company first set up shop on the south side of the Thames to produce plays in the Globe Theatre, the 16th century was
Hallelujah Chorus
Intensive projection revives and expands Hallelujah, Baby!

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