Theatre On Camera: Dangerous Ground’s S.

Theatre On Camera: Dangerous Ground’s S.

I am a secret devotee of science fiction. I have never been a full-fledged aficionado, but certain books and movies within the genre have always attracted me. A friend and I were obsessed with the first Matrix movie in high school, leading to a blundering investigation of the Watchowski siblings’...

Both Sides of the Canvas: An Interview With Doris Mirescu

Both Sides of the Canvas: An Interview With Doris Mirescu

Doris Mirescu is an accomplished director and experimental multi-media theater maker who uses live video feed to create three dimensional, ephemeral, metaphysical films. Her company Dangerous Ground Productions is the first resident company at Williamburg’s award winning experimental theater, The Brick. As part of a three part series, Mirescu recently...

The Brick Theater- TDF interview

The Brick Theater- TDF interview

Danger, passion, and art: That's what you get at the Brick Theater in Williamsburg, a place where artists are in control. Get to know the Brick in this exclusive film from Theatre Development Fund. New interviews with the founders and key artists---as well as performance footage and tons of production...

Theatre is Easy - Review of L'Amour Fou

Theatre is Easy - Review of L'Amour Fou

BOTTOM LINE: This unusual play, based on an experimental French New Wave film, proves to be as innovative as its source material.

Regardless of one’s final opinion of Dangerous Grounds’ production of L’Amour Fou at The Brick Theater, it is undeniably innovative and completely unique, eschewing the standards of typical...

New York Theatre – Review of L'Amour Fou

New York Theatre – Review of L'Amour Fou

Based on Jacques Rivette’s 1969 film of the same name, L’Amour Fou is the first part of a trilogy that Dangerous Ground will be presenting of Rivette’s work at The Brick Theater this year. A series of experimental multimedia theatre, L’Amour Fou kicks it off with a wild 3 hour...

Review of "It's Too Late"

Review of "It's Too Late"

Check out "It's Too Late" at Scapegrace this week (before ya know...)
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Running all last week and Tues. through Friday this week at Scapegrace (home of the first Juice Box) is one of most unique live theatrical productions...

Review of "From Dawn till Night"

Review of "From Dawn till Night"

Doris Mirescu and her theatre troupe Dangerous Ground have been making multimedia theatre/performance art for several years now; though aspects of Mirescu's aesthetic remind me of the works of many contemporary companies from International WOW to 3LD, it's clear that she has a startling vision and talent that's all her...

Interview by Stage Buzz

Interview by Stage Buzz

At the intersection of dance, visual art, meditation, and theater, Leigh Evans' performance work explores the nature of perception by re-inventing our relationship to viewing the body. Evans' dance theater illuminates the darker aspects of human nature with the beauty of the physical form in rituals of invocation. Her explorations...

Interview in Romania Libera

Interview in Romania Libera

English Translation

1. “Husbands" by John Cassavetes and “Husbands" by Doris Mirescu. What is the difference between the two productions?

DM: John Cassavetes’ Husbands is one of the most beautiful movies ever made about losing yourself and the loneliness of humans. About friendship, childhood, the need for love and finally...

Review of "John Cassavetes' Husbands": Backstage.com

Review of "John Cassavetes' Husbands": Backstage.com

"It is important to be messy. And real," writes director Doris Mirescu in the program notes for her multimedia stage adaptation of John Cassavetes' 1970 film "Husbands," a production of her company Dangerous Ground that's part of the Public Theater's Under the Radar festival. Mirescu's staging gets across the "messy"...

New York Times Interview

New York Times Interview

Under the Radar: Five Questions About ‘John Cassavetes’ Husbands’
By ERIK PIEPENBURG

Translating the films of the director John Cassavetes for the stage is a novel concept, but not a new one. In 2008, Ivo van Hove’s tech-heavy staging of Cassavetes’s 1977 film, “Opening Night," turned a stage at the...

Review of "3!" : NY Theatre.com

Review of "3!" : NY Theatre.com

Review of "3!", a multimedia experiment based on Rainer Werner Fassbinder's 1971 film "The Third Generation". Awarded the prize for best production of the 2009 undergroundzero festival.

3!
reviewed by E. Michael Lockley

3! at PS122 is a rare theatrical experience that utilizes multimedia to the max and stirs...

Review of "Madness of Day": NY Theatre.com

Review of "Madness of Day": NY Theatre.com

Martin Denton's review of Madness of Day", based on "La Folie du Jour" by Maurice Blanchot.

Martin Denton

There is much that is fascinating, artful, and compelling in Doris Mirescu's new theatre piece Madness of Day. But be aware that it is a very long evening of theatre: about two...