(Boston) There is something that can be excruciatingly transcendent about trying to communicate in a foreign language. For one thing, you must forgo words like “excruciatingly” and “transcendent” for utilitarian expressions and gesticulations to get the job done. You must expose yourself to ridicule and connect in a raw and childlike way in the hope that others will understand you. If you stick with the process, it’s easy to believe your artifice is stripped away in the process to reveal the real you. Continue reading →
WHO WE ARE and WHAT We’re Doing:
In Spring of 2013 Vaquero Playground will be bringing it’s biggest production yet: FROM DENMARK WITH LOVE, a mash-up parody of Shakespeare’s Hamlet and the one and only Bond, James Bond.
Written by John J King, the play stars Boston rising legend Daniel Berger-Jones and is directed by Barlow Adamson.
What We Need
Funds raised for the project will go primarily to the hard-working cast, crew, and creative team. But just as importantly, the monies will go towards making sure the show is as BIG, bold, and exciting as it’s sources demand.
$3000 will go towards stipends for artists.
$3000 will go towards set, costumes, props, and necessary rehearsal space.
THREE WAYS TO HELP!
1. Toss us some Cash!
2. Spread the word! Post the video on Facebook and Twitter; email friends; help us tell the world what we’re doing!
3. LIKE us on Facebook – best way to keep tabs on the show and everything from Vaquero Playground!
(Boston, MA) Life is messy. A photographer snaps a photo to capture life’s horrors; a writer gives voice to life’s suffering. Life goes on being messy.
The Lyric Stage production of Time Stands Still rolls out like the forgotten final reel of an action film, bravely examining how souls go on once the shooting has stopped. But while the plot centers on how a war-zone writer and photographer cope after the adrenaline wears off from a near-death experience, the play also illuminates how human relationships rarely are easy, even in uninterrupted peace. Continue reading →