All that theatre is, is a good story well told.
Performers provide the good story, and the roll of a good design is to bolster that storytelling. An elegant and well-synthesized design should serve to clarify and amplify the text.
Co-Scenic Design with Roger Hanna
The Layfayette family returns to their childhood home upon the death of their father, a horder. While unearthing the contents of the old southern plantation home, they find that the actions and emotions of the past are never really buried.
Written by Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins Costume Design by Isabella Huff
Directed by Garrett Ayers Lighting Design by Joshua Legate
KCACTF Meritorious Achievement Award, Region 7
It's good to be a boy, so they raised her as one.
Written by Diana Son Scenic Design by Alex Zenk
Directed by Walt Jones Lighting Design by Tristan LeMaster
Sound Design by Cooper Adams
Projections Design by Cooper Adams