Monthly Archives: November 2015

How Fiasco Staged An Entire City With Just 6 Doors

  A center piece of Fiasco Theater’s production of Measure for Measure are the different doors that line the stage. Noah Brody, co-director of the production, discusses how the company came up with the idea. As we worked on the play – and we work on the play for a long time without casting it… Continue reading →

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6 Politicians Who’d Fit Perfectly in ‘Measure for Measure’

1. Rod Blagojevich Prior to ascending to the Illinois governor’s mansion in 2003, Rod Blagojevich painted a picture of himself as an honest, ethical reformer, insisting, “I think the most important thing is [to] restore a sense of idealism and end the cynicism in state government. Bring to the job a desire to really make… Continue reading →

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Fiasco Engages the Imagination

Noah Brody, one of the co-artistic directors of Fiasco Theater, and a co-director and actor in Long Wharf Theatre’s presentation of Fiasco’s Measure for Measure, by William Shakespeare, running from November 25 through December 20, sat down for a wide ranging conversation. LWT: How would you describe Fiasco Theater’s style Noah Brody: We are an actor… Continue reading →

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Introducing THEATRE HAVEN

LWT’s education department will partner with the New Haven Free Public Library to hold a series of monthly theatre classes free and open to all high school students from November to June at the Ives Main Library. Theatre Haven will give young people the opportunity to try out different aspects of theatre in a safe and fun environment. … Continue reading →

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