There are inherent challenges in tackling an Agatha Christie play. And Director Mia Self should know. Not only is she directing Go Back for Murder, which opens this year’s TheatreFEST at NC State, she also directed Christie’s The Hollow three years ago. Steeped in interpersonal relationships and language, Self says Christie’s work goes beyond Murder She Wrote and deserves to be recognized. Hear what she has to say about Christie and this production, which runs May 30th – June 16th. For more information visit: https://theatre.arts.ncsu.edu/2018-19-season/go-back-for-murder/.
Entanglements of PRESENT LAUGHTER is Entertaining Enough
Read Kim Jackson’s review of Switchyard Theatre Company’s production of PRESENT LAUGHTER.
Watch: Michael Abels on OMAR, Opera, and More
Hear what film composer Michael Abels (GET OUT, NOPE) has to say to Beltline to Broadway about his creative process and collaborating on his first opera, OMAR.
In Conversation with Playwright Tristan André and Renowned Film Composer Michael Abels
Hear what playwright/performer Tristan Andre (THEY DO NOT KNOW HARLEM) and renowned film composer Michael Abels (GET OUT, NOPE) have to say about the creative process.