TSL sat down with “Macbeth” assistant director and the cast’s leading duo to discuss the show’s handling of gender, the rehearsal experience and recontextualizing the 1606 play in 2020.
Pomona College’s Seaver Theatre debuted its production of “Macbeth” this Thursday, presenting a chilling and modern take on the 400-year-old play.
The Claremont Colleges’ production of “Pippin,” directed by Tim Dang, takes a classic musical production about a young man who tries to find meaning in his life and adds an anime hip-hop twist.
Thomas Leabhart, semi-retired Pomona theater professor, instructs a corporeal mime class at Seaver Theatre daily, encouraging students to achieve bodily awareness through fluid and artful movement. “[Corporeal mime] is being able to know where you are in space, knowing where the body is in space and understanding it,” he said.
Sarah Jones performed her one woman show “Sell/Buy/Date” at Seaver Theater on Sept. 30. The show featured perspectives from individuals involved in sex work.
“Metamorphoses” combines mythical figures, humans and nature to deliver a story of change and transformation.
The “Metamorphoses” director, cast and crew discuss the prep work behind their physical ensemble, storytelling and “sharply controlled chaos.”