Plum pudding Our Christmas tradition started with Christmas Eve dinner. We had to be home for Christmas Eve Dinner, which was an inconvenience for me as a teenager, but this […]
I love Christmas. I am definitely one of those people who gets into the magic of it and if left to my own devices would start decorating and listening to […]
Gertrude Stein was Jewish. Even so, she celebrated Christmas. In Charmed Circle: Gertrude Stein and Company, James R. Mellow describes a Christmas celebration at the home of Stein’s cousin Julian […]
Holidays gone wrong, messy love, a word from a human sacrifice, and of course — SMACKDOWN!!
Giuliana Pinto (Set and Prop Designer) is an installation artist with a background in painting and film. Her work is focused on using interactive spaces to guide participants through ruminative […]
This show is STILL relevant for today—this story illustrates and highlights the conflict/discourse between gender normativity, the ill-will of patriarchy and rape culture and how marginalized people navigate their agency in the midst of it all.
Jeni Long (Stage Manager) is delighted to help with such remarkable production. She is a proud company member of Theatre Unbound. Her most recent stage manager credits include It Can’t […]
What’s your favorite line in Measure for Measure, and why? “Were you sworn to the Duke, or to the deputy?” (Because it’s my most real moment)
I took a class in rapier and dagger stage combat and no one has ever cast me in a show where I get to use a rapier.
Anita Kelling (Sound Design) is excited to be back with Theatre Unbound for this production of Measure for Measure. Previous productions include, Mere Trifles, The How and the Why, The […]