Part of director Adrienne Dandy's process for her upcoming show Sister Cities was getting into the characters' heads through their musical tastes. Here are some of her thoughts on the role of music in the production.
Continuing our series of conversations with the Blood Relations cast and crew, we have Michael L. Davenport, the show's costumer, telling us about some difficulties of period pieces and the lengths one goes to solve them.
We sat down with Diana Lobb, director of our upcoming production of Blood Relations, to talk about the show and her vision for it. In this post she talks about Lizzie Borden, both the historical person and the character in the play.
In this dark comedy, four sisters who are as different as the cities they're named after are reunited after the death of their mother, only to find out that the circumstances of her death are not what they seem and may be intolerable. Old wounds are reopened and the sisters reach a crisis point as they must decide if they can stand together, knowing that the alternative is to fall apart completely.