Rebecca

Learning to Love Cuts and Changes

All the changes were meant to strengthen the story and the show as a whole. And I would argue that, even if I miss one moment or another, or preferred the original lyric, these changes helped the show to become a better version of itself.

Learning to Love Cuts and Changes

All The More Dangerous: Taking Care in Uncomfortable Theatre

Taking care of artists and audiences in theatre is not shielding them from discomfort. It is finding a way to discuss difficult topics and present uncomfortable events on stage that provides enough safety so the audience can engage with the meaning and take something forward.

All The More Dangerous: Taking Care in Uncomfortable Theatre

Silver Screen Stars on the Great White Way

This is no simple stunt casting fad sweeping through Broadway. It is a parade of celebrated television and film actors, dedicating themselves to performing live on Broadway for weeks on end.

Silver Screen Stars on the Great White Way

Standing in the Silence with The Band's Visit

In a musical theatre piece on Broadway in this day and age, to be so quiet for so long is risky and daring. Fortunately The Band’s Visit - book writer Itamar Moses, composer and lyricist David Yazbek, director David Cromer, and the entire cast and creative team - have taken the risk of silence.

Standing in the Silence with The Band's Visit