A theater piece about Donald Trump’s run for President seemed doomed to a short life in September 2016. But well before the surprising results of the election Mike Daisey’s The Trump Card provided a penetrating profile of the billionaire political dilettante with a dire take away.
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CALLING THE SHOTS A look at capturing theater through the views and viewfinders of eight veteran photographers A THEATERTIMES PHOTO FEATURE Top row, Alessandra Mello, Kevin Berne, Ken Howard and Michael Lamont, Bottom row, Darrett Sanders, Ed Krieger, Debora Robinson and Craig Schwartz Production photography stands alone at the intersection of the performing and visual […]
LOVE AT FIRST FIGHT Can Jenn Lyon and Douglas Sills give John Guare a ‘Girl’ to remember? by CRISTOFER GROSS In 2003, Britain’s National Theatre asked playwright John Guare to create a new stage comedy by ‘marrying’ the 1940 film His Girl Friday with the 1928 play that had inspired it. “It was Nick Hytner’s […]