We’ve all fantasized about a life in the spotlight at one time or another. For most of us living a typical workaday lifestyle, the idea of being adored by thousands, an endless supply of cash, and carte blanche to act as we please can seem immensely appealing.
Sasha Smith and Sigrid Sutter in Hinter at Steep Theatre. Photo by Lee Miller. By Bec Willett “Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them.” This Margaret Atwood quote appears in my mind before echoing around the rustic cottage set of Calamity West’s...
Steep Theatre has announced the cast and production team for the company’s 17th season opener, THE INVISIBLE HAND by Pulitzer Prize winner Ayad Akhtar.
Steep Theatre’s U.S. Premiere of Cordelia Lynn’s LELA & CO., directed by Robin Witt, will feature Cruz Gonzalez-Cadel and Chris Chmelik.
Over the course of Mike Bartlett’s three-hour play EARTHQUAKES IN LONDON, now in its U.S. premiere at Steep Theatre Company, he attempts to tackle themes both universal—quite literally atmospheric and cosmological—and personal.