Press play to hear Sean Lewis talk about his new show and perform excerpts from the show.
Archives for November 2010
Man, the show isn’t even this nasty!
For full-effect, turn your volume up ALL THE WAY.
Today, with the help of our good friends at MobileXpeditions, we’ve released the beta version of our very own AVLT iPhone/iPad/iPod app.
Think if it as a digital program. For those who want to dig deeper into our shows, this’ll give them the chance to interact with us in a new and exciting way. Of course, we’ll be updating it for each new show, so keep an eye out for new content.
As we mentioned, this is just a beta release, we’re still working out some kinks, so feel free to send us some feedback.
A few excerpts from Michael Grossberg’s review of The Life and Death of Richard the Third (for the Columbus Dispatch.)
What savage drama, what dark humor and what lurid beauty … Start with the compelling performances of the consistently strong ensemble, led by (Chameleonic, snaky, spidery, foxy…) Ian Short in the conniving title role … let yourself be seduced by the striking movements … Did I mention the hilarious puppetry?
Also stunning: Dave Wallingford’s sound design, which blends in excerpts from Phillip Glass; Darin Keesing’s dramatic lighting; and Michelle Whited’s colorful costumes.
The clarity of their diction, male and female performers alike, pays tribute to the abiding richness of Shakespeare’s prose under Slaybaugh’s direction.
What are you waiting for? Go get some tickets?
New photos added 11.10.2010.
Did you know that November is un-officially Richard the Third month in Columbus, OH? Well, it is, because there are three incredibly different productions of the Bard’s work running simultaneously.
Learn more about what AVLT has in store for you, and read about the other two as well, in this story from the Columbus Dispatch.
Please disregard the dates at the end of this video. Mr. Isaac has yet to update his message.