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Dipika Guha

 
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Miriam A. Hyman (front) with Auden Thornton, Robert David Grant and Michael Place in  Photo

Miriam A. Hyman (front) with Auden Thornton, Robert David Grant and Michael Place in â€Ĺ"Mechanics of Love, Part One” by Dipika Guha directed by Caitlin Sullivan

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12/15/2014

 

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NCTC Announces Directors For 2022-23 Season, Including New Director in Residence, Ric Photo NCTC Announces Directors For 2022-23 Season, Including New Director in Residence, Richard A Mosqueda
by Stephi Wild - Aug 5, 2022

While preparing to bring another year of transformative Queer stories to San Francisco, New Conservatory Theatre Center has announced the official line-up of talented directors for the 22-23 Season.

Octopus Theatricals Brings Free Mobile Puppet Performances Across NYC This Summer Photo Octopus Theatricals Brings Free Mobile Puppet Performances Across NYC This Summer
by Stephi Wild - Jul 25, 2022

Octopus Theatricals, in partnership with Phantom Limb Company and Arts Brookfield, announced a series of new mobile puppet performances collectively titled, “THE PUPPET CYCLE: Small World Stories.” Commissioned by Arts Brookfield, the performances are free, open to the public and will premiere at Brookfield Properties' Manhattan West, Zuccotti Park, and Brooklyn Commons in late July and August.

Chicago Premiere of YOGA PLAY & More Announced for Strawdog Theatre Company 2022-2023 Photo Chicago Premiere of YOGA PLAY & More Announced for Strawdog Theatre Company 2022-2023 Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 13, 2022

Strawdog Theatre Company, under the leadership of Artistic Director Kamille Dawkins*, is welcoming back audiences for its 35th season, “Propellant,” featuring a Chicago premiere, a new twist on a comedy classic and the return of a holiday favorite.

Circle X Theatre Co. Presents 2022 Evolving Playwrights Group Live Reading Series Photo Circle X Theatre Co. Presents 2022 Evolving Playwrights Group Live Reading Series
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 6, 2022

With support from The Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles, Circle X Theatre Co. presents: The Evolving Playwrights Group 2022 Live Reading Series

BWW Review: YOGA PLAY at Geva Theatre Photo BWW Review: YOGA PLAY at Geva Theatre
by Colin Fleming-Stumpf - May 25, 2022

Geva Theatre's second-to-last production of the 2021/2022 season is a techno futuristic-feeling comedy that takes the audience deep into the sunny California culture of fitness, yoga, spiritual gurus, and their intersection with today's social media-driven, brand-obsessed world. 'Yoga Play' traffics in themes that are familiar to all of us trying to navigate an ever-increasingly online and consumeristic world, and does so with plenty of laughter and thought-provoking fodder for the audience.

Utah Premiere of SLEEPING GIANT & More Announced for Salt Lake Acting Company 22/23 S Photo Utah Premiere of SLEEPING GIANT & More Announced for Salt Lake Acting Company 22/23 Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 17, 2022

Salt Lake Acting Company has announced its lineup of 22/23 programming, comprising the theatre company’s 51st Season. Four plays comprise the season, two of which were previously developed in SLAC’s New Play Sounding Series. 

TheaterWorks Hartford Announces 2022 NEW WORK FESTIVAL With Plays by Brooke Berman, J Photo TheaterWorks Hartford Announces 2022 NEW WORK FESTIVAL With Plays by Brooke Berman, James Anthony Tyler & More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 4, 2022

This free festival, running May 16–22, explores and celebrates new voices in American Theater. With workshops, a panel discussion, and talk-backs—both in-person and online—the New Work Festival strengthens TheaterWorks Hartford’s commitment to the development of important new plays.

Theaterworks Hartford to Stage NEW WORK FESTIVAL Photo Theaterworks Hartford to Stage NEW WORK FESTIVAL
by Marissa Tomeo - May 3, 2022

TheaterWorks Hartford is thrilled to present the 2022 edition of its New Work Festival. This free festival, running May 16–22, explores and celebrates new voices in American Theater. With workshops, a panel discussion, and talk-backs—both in-person and online—the New Work Festival strengthens TheaterWorks Hartford’s commitment to the development of important new plays. Participants include playwrights Brooke Berman, Melissa Crespo & Sarah Saltwick, Terry Guest, and James Anthony Tyler who are joined by directors Shariffa Ali, Michael Barakiva, Mikael Burke, and Caitlin Sullivan. Reservations are required and can be made at www.twhartford.org.

New Conservatory Theatre Center Announces 2022-23 Season Featuring 2 World Premieres  Photo New Conservatory Theatre Center Announces 2022-23 Season Featuring 2 World Premieres & More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 20, 2022

New Conservatory Theatre Center is has announced the line-up for NCTC’s daring 2022-23 Season, with two world premieres, three West Coast premieres, an inspiring musical, and a holiday extravaganza from The Kinsey Sicks.

BWW Review: YOGA PLAY at Keegan Theatre Photo BWW Review: YOGA PLAY at Keegan Theatre
by Mary Lincer - Apr 11, 2022

For Keegan Theatre's regional première of Yoga Play by Dipika Guha, Set Designer Matthew J. Keenan provides a sleek, beige unit set onto which Jeremy Bennett's projections shine, pop, narrate, move, and comment. (Be sure to read the changing smoothie descriptions in the Jojomon canteen.) Cindy Landrum Jacobs dresses the set with useful objects which multi-task effortlessly, and Alberto Segarra's lights unify everyone's work. Sound Designer Dan Deiter lets the audience down once in Act I when a phone conversation with a character's mother is garbled and plot points are thus muffled. Otherwise, a very complicated sound plot enhances the production. Shadia Hafiz' costume choices suit southern California corporate offices and yoga studios everywhere.