Video: Director Chris Woodworth Talks About Proliferating the Possibilities of ‘Constellations’

Director Chris Woodworth has directed a little bit of everything from contemporary pieces to children’s theater. But she says plays like Bartlett Theater’s upcoming production of Constellations are among her favorites to direct because they “throw the gauntlet down” to the creative team to create a world that is uniquely theirs. Hear what Woodworth has to say about Constellations, her directing style, and finding the beauty and detail in tiny moments.

The Bartlett Theater production of Constellations runs March 7th through March 24th. For more information visit


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