Friday, December 17, 2010

Scene and Heard

Happy Friday! Live theater is best, but theater-themed links are a moderately close second:

-When sets spread into the seats: The New York Times takes a look at environmental theater design.

-In Moscow, a bitter dispute rages over an opera house. (The Independent)

-What happens when 300 Los Angelenos perform spontaneous street theater? In the Heights creator Lin-Manuel Miranda has a pretty fun lunch, that’s what (YouTube).

-Using theater to cultivate peace in the Congo. (The Common Ground Blog)

The Guardian takes note as Belarus Free Theatre teaches a crowd of eager Londoners the true meaning of the phrase “brave performance.”

“Stephen-squared”—Sondheim and Colbert, together at last (Culture Monster).

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