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What Is A Projection Editor, Anyway? Part One  2
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Total Immersion: Hamlet 
The Slipstream Theatre did an adaptation of Hamlet, cast spectators as psychiatric experts who were at the Elsinore Asylum to evaluate the all female inmates as they presented the Shakespeare play.
Total Immersion: Crime And Punishment 
Live Action Set (LAS) and Dangerous Productions mounted a fully immersive adaptation of Dostoevsky’s Crime And Punishment (C&P) in the industrial basement of the Soap Factory in Minneapolis.
Grounded, Part Five: Layered Projections, American Blues Theatre 
Check out the American Blues Theatre's production of Grounded, with scenic design by Sarah E. Ross, projection by Mike Tutaj, lighting by Sarah Hughey, and sound by Lindsay Jones.
Grounded, Part Four: Gauze At The Gate Theatre 
The production of Grounded at The Gate Theatre in London featured sets by Oliver Townsend, lighting by Mark Howland, and video by Benjamin Walden.
Grounded, Part Three: As The World Turns, Unicorn Theatre 
The case studies of Grounded continue with the Unicorn Theatre's production, with sets by Gary Mosby, projections by Douglas J Macur, and sound by Greg Mackender.
Grounded, Part Two: A Caged Animal, City Theatre 
Take a closer look at Grounded in the City Theatre Company's production with sets by Anne Mundell, projection by Lawrence Shea, lighting by Martin Vreeland, and sound by Toby Algya.
Grounded, Part One: Creating An Installation, The Public Theatre
In Grounded, a one-woman play by George Brant, a pregnant pilot is reassigned from active combat to handling a drone.
Scenes From Stupid F*cking Bird Productions
See images of Stupid F*cking Bird from four separate productions: Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company; Circle X Theatre Company/Boston Court; University of Michigan; and Sideshow Theatre Company.
Stupid F*cking Bird, Part Two 
Aaron Posner’s riff on Chekhov’s The Seagull. Stupid F*cking Bird visits Ann Arbor, MI and Los Angeles.
Stupid F*cking Bird, Part One 
In Stupid F*cking Bird, Aaron Posner’s riff on Chekhov’s The Seagull, subtext becomes text and Konstantin Treplev’s talk of the need for a new theatre informs the design in a way that Chekhov never conceived.
Nervous Energy: The Site's The Thing For Nerve Theatre 
Nerve is a site-specific immersive theatre in Michigan, developed by fiction writer Kathe Koja.
A Radical Renovation For The Alley Theatre
The Alley Theatre is a work in progress. The theatre Nina Vance founded in 1947 opened a new building in 1968 with an 824-seat, three-quarter flexible thrust, the Hubbard Stage. Theatre consultant Bill Conner of Bill Conner Associates LLC says the Alley began seriously thinking about renovating the Hubbard in the 1980s.
A Force With Noir Overtones: A School For Wives 
Jean-Luc Godard’s film noir and the street photography of Henri Cartier-Bresson don’t spring to mind when thinking about a 17th-century Molière farce, but when Mark Wing-Davey set his production of A School For Wives in the 1950s and early 1960s, he looked to these mid-century artists for the play about a pompous, older man who attempts to groom his innocent ward into a perfect wife for himself.
Theatre In Black And White: Matt Lyle's The Boxer  2
Director Kacie Smith was wary. Sure, she could stage a play without words, in the tradition of the black-and-white films of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. But seriously, was it even possible to stage a play with live actors in black and white?
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