Co-curators Raja Feather Kelly and Dani Tirrell discuss the art and heart behind Vote Art Vote, WET’s inaugural digital presentation. Vote Art Vote must close November 3, so grab your tickets before it’s gone.
Producing Director Erin Bednarz announces WET’s commitment to ticket accessibility and putting our community first. WET’s latest artistic endeavor, Vote Are Vote (streaming Oct. 15 – Nov. 3, 2020) continues the Ensemble’s commitment to providing audiences the chance to experience fresh, diverse, and ground-breaking creative perspectives. The piece was conceived by Raja Feather Kelly (UGLY, […]
A candid conversation with WET’s new AD on Vote Art Vote and what’s new with the Ensemble. So, uh. How is everything going? Maggie L. Rogers: What a bananas year to move into a leadership position of a theatre. Quite the understatement. Tell us more about your first couple of months as AD and who […]
UGLY, Raja Feather Kelly’s dynamic solo about the lack of black queer subjectivity in the mainstream, begins performances on March 5th in the Studio at 12th Avenue Arts. WET’s Literary Manager and Resident Dramaturg Maggie L. Rogers chatted with writer, director, and performer Raja to learn more about this shockingly beautiful piece. To learn more […]
Dance Nation is a high-octane, pulsing show that drops you right into the brutal world of a preteen competitive dance team. Sound Designer D.R. Amromin has curated a playlist full of bangers that is sure to get you amped up to come see our production of this razor-sharp play.
Dance Nation, Clare Barron’s razor-sharp comedy about the cutthroat world of a preteen competitive dance team, begins performances on Jan 17th in the Studio at 12th Ave Arts. WET’s Literary Manager and Resident Dramaturg Maggie L. Rogers chatted with co-director Alyza DelPan-Monley to get the lowdown on their approach to the play. To learn more […]
Feathers and Teeth, the spooky horror comedy by Charise Castro Smith, is now playing through April 15. WET’s Marketing Intern Raina Sadhan chatted with director Bobbin Ramsey to get the deets on her approach to the play. To learn more about the show and to purchase tickets, click here. RAINDA SADHAN: Tell us a little […]
Feathers and Teeth is a spooky, psychedelic, and heart-wrenching look at grief with about 70 minutes of sound in an 85 minute show. In the play, we hear but never see, a myriad of monsters terrorizing the characters and clawing their way through their home. Most of the play is sound effects made from Foley […]
Guillermo Calderón, the playwright of B, was born in Santiago, Chile in 1971. This was two years before Augusto Pinochet, notorious Chilean dictator, violently overthrew Chile’s socialist president, Salvador Allende. When Calderón was four years old, his uncle was murdered by the dictatorship. In an interview with American Theatre Magazine by Alisa Solomon, he says […]
Erin Bednarz and Maggie Rogers, Co-Sound Designers for Guillermo Calderón’s B, have curated a playlist which pulls inspiration from individual characters, the world of the play, and the geography of modern music in Latin America. Pop these #bangerz on repeat as you anticipate the opening of B!