POST SHOW REFLECTIONS

Did the OBSTRUCTIONS lead you into new theatrical territory? What did you find there?

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tender moments, walmart and darn good music

  Celebrating the circle of life and love, and the inexorability of both to prevail in what may seem like an unlikely setting – the community of a big-box store. Save More took advantage, with great success, of Theatre Conspiracy’s musical connections including Belinda Bruce’s musical direction and the talents of Steve Charles, Ed Goodine […]

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Reflections After Being Obstructed: Felix Culpa

Felix Culpa was the second theatre company to approach the challenge of Obstructions. They were tasked with the following obstructions: 
The subject matter must be autobiographical. A limit of 100 words may be used. The piece must be site-specific but cannot take place in the home of either Artistic Director Felix Culpa took a controversial […]

Reflections After Being Obstructed: Boca Del Lupo

Reflections After Being Obstructed: Boca Del Lupo

Boca Del Lupo were the first company to respond to the challenge of the Obstructions series with a piece they titled, The Perfect Artist. Their obstructions were: The piece must be done in an empty space (bodies allowed) without props or electricity. The inspiration for the piece must be drawn from a page selected randomly […]

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Rehashing Radix: a Reflection on Saturday’s Obstructions

  OBSTRUCTIONS is structured as a continuously evolving entity. As each one is changing slightly here is a basic rundown of what happened at Radix’s Obstructions last Saturday night: On the ticket, it said to dress in peasant style clothes, to bring a carrot, and a donation for the food bank. The parking lot was […]