Unifying Five Directors’ Visions In Look, What I Don’t Understand
Problem A one-man show with a single set shouldn't be all that difficult to pull off, but designer/playwright/actor Anthony Nikolchev created some challenges for himself on Look, What I Don't Understand. Nikolchev felt the work, based on his father's life, required a variety of visions. “I wanted perspectives as different from my own as possible that would force me to confront different ideas,” he says, explaining that it was hard for him to wrap his head around his father's escape from ...
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