In a time of political unrest, director Andrew Borba shares his insight on the timelessness of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar.”
Adventures in bloodying our production of “Julius Caesar” continue with our costume department rising to the challenge of bloodying costumes for six performances a week.
Lisa Wolpe is world-renowned for her Shakespearean chops—having played both male and female roles for thirty years. Now she brings her expertise to “Julius Caesar” at PlayMakers!
Shakespeare’s “Julius Ceasar” is a bloody tale of political and social scheming, but how do you make that blood happen on stage? Our props department is glad you asked.
Jan Chambers gets big with her design and the artisans in our props shop and scene shop tackle it with aplomb!
The props in “Everybody” took creativity and “epicness” to the next level. Andrea Bullock, PlayMakers Props Master, explains how she helped bring this confrontation with death to life.
Brendan Jacobs-Jenkins’ “Everybody” whimsically revitalizes the 15th century morality play of “Everyman” and our own ever-present confrontation with Death.
The Amish are an easily recognized, but little understood people. Get your crash course in Amish life before seeing “The Amish Project.”
What does it take to take on a one-woman show? Kathryn Metzger sat down with the dramaturgs at Chautauqua Theater Company to talk about it.
While writing her play, Jessica Dickey knew little more than the basic facts of the shooting. Come knowing what she knew before you dive in to her fictionalized account.