Is a re-telling of a Korean folk tale, written by Ariel Dorffman and Eric Woolfson. The premiere production was in Seoul, Korea in the July 2007. The show went on to sweep the Korean Musical Awards for the season.
It is the story of the women caught between two warring factions of men. Left alone in their small town on the edge of an enchanted primeval forest, the women have found a way to co-exist with both armies, until a young idealistic man enters the picture and threatens their way of life, leading to the destruction of the forest.
was a surprise hit on Broadway in the 2006 Season. It’s german language premiere took place at the Ronacher Theatre, Wien in March of 2009.
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Conceived and created with Jani Walsh-Weber, Sebastian de Domenico and Matteo Gastaldo. Premiered March 2010.
Was created with Kevin Schroeder and choreographed by Frances Chiapetta, and was premiered in April 2008. Using avant garde theatre techniques, multi-media elements, and non-traditional story telling devices, it tells the tale of those individuals left behind after the Vatican abolishes the first ring of Dante’s Hell. Complications arise, and those left behind do their best to find a way out of their personal hell, with varying degrees of success.
Is an original composition written with Andrew Wale. Taking the liturgical Requiem as it’s foundation, it is a look at our modern relation to religion, abuse, death and life.
Was conceived in 1998, and went through further workshopping and was premiered in Oostende, Belgium in the summer of 1999. Further engagements included the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where it became the surprise hit of the summer, spurring a successful run at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre in 1999 – 2000.
Premiered in July 2005 at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre in London, later touring the United Kingdom.
Critically praised (and loathed) for it's non-traditional theatre techniques, the show was co-created with Andrew Wale and choreographed by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui. The songs of the iconic band, The Smiths, were re-scored for String Quartet and pre-recorded rhythmic elements, and performed by a cast of six. Using the songs as narrative, and non-linear story telling, the show was a multi-media event. "This story is old, but it goes on"
The story of the first Rock 'n' Roll Legend, from his start as a country performer in Lubbock, Texas, to his tragic death at the age of 22 in a plane crash.
This production opened in October 2009, at the Essen Colloseum Theater to critically and public acclaim. A special aspect of this version of Buddy, is that the actors are also the musicians. All the music heard onstage is performed live by a young, dynamic cast of multitalented performers and the music comes alive in their hands.