Monthly Archives: April 2016

A season of sets

Set design is a many splendid thing. If you noticed this season at BAT the sets got progressively smaller. This was, I suppose, planned in that the shows got progressively smaller. Set design follows the needs of the show. But … Continue reading

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The Letters is a play for our time

An except of an interview with John W. Lowell: BK: Why do you think a play about 1930’s Russia is still relevant to today? John W. Lowell: For one simple, disturbing reason: they did stuff like that; we still do … Continue reading

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The Letters – Artistic Director’s note

The Letters is about a time, much like our own. Then, as now, history was being edited to fit a new narrative. But this is not a story about great world events. It is a story about two people and … Continue reading

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