Anatomy Theatre

Anatomy Theatre
“Where Is Evil?”
Anatomy Theatre

Part multimedia opera, part conceptual art, Anatomy Theatre onjures a time when “specialists” traveled from town to town in pre-modern Europe, dissecting the corpses of executed criminals to seek evidence of corruption in the interior of the human body.

A joyous, grisly theatrical event by Pulitzer Prize winning composer David Lang, and world-renowned conceptual artist Mark Dion. Featuring wild Up Ensemble at the LA Opera, and featuring the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) at BRIC In Brooklyn.

Anatomy Theatre

LA Opera, and BRIC In Brooklyn.

Music by David Lang; Libretto by Mark Dion & David Lang; A Ridge Theater Production; Directed by Bob McGrath; Film by Bill Morrison; Projections Design by Laurie Olinder; Scenic Design by Mark Dion; Lighting Design by Christopher Kuhl; Costume Design by Alixa Gage Englund; Conducted by Christopher Rountree; Creative Producer Beth Morrison; Featuring ICE International Contemporary Ensemble; Produced by Beth Morrison Projects.

Anatomy Theatre was commissioned by Ridge Theater, and Beth Morrison Projects; Presented by LA Opera, and BRIC

Peabody Southwell as Sarah Osborne, Marc Kudisch as Joshua Crouch, Robert Osborne as Baron Peel, Timur Bekbosunov as Ambrose Strang

http://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/08/arts/music/anatomy-theater-review.html

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/la-et-cm-anatomy-theater-20160615-snap-htmlstory.html

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/la-et-cm-anatomy-theater-review-20160615-snap-story.html

http://www.laopera.org/season/1516-Season-at-a-Glance/Anatomy-Theater/

http://www.bethmorrisonprojects.org/#!anatomy-theater/c216e

Images/Press/Anatomy_Rev_01.pdf

http://www.newmusicbox.org/articles/where-is-evil-a-reaction-to-anatomy-theater/

Suddenly Last Summer

Anatomy Theatre
“Truth Is The Bottom Of A Bottomless Well.”
Anatomy Theatre

Written by Tennessee Williams; Directed by Bob McGrath; Projections by Laurie Olinder.

Anatomy Theatre

The Women Of Berlin

Anatomy Theatre
“Talking About Perfection Will Get You Most Disliked.”
Anatomy Theatre

Based on Euripides’ “The Trojan Women.”

A tragedy by Joseph Budenholzer, and Bob McGrath; Music by Joseph Budenholzer; Projections by Laurie Olinder.

Anatomy Theatre
Anatomy Theatre

The Difficulty Of Crossing A Field

The Difficulty Of Crossing A Field
“Why, Father, What Has Become Of Mr. Williamson?“
The Difficulty Of Crossing A Field

An opera based on an Ambrose Bierce tale about an inquest into the strange disappearance of an Alabama planter just before the Civil War.

Composed by David Lang; Libretto by Mac Wellman; Films by Bill Morrison; Projections by Laurie Olinder; Set Design by Jim Findlay; Costume Design by Ruth Pongstaphone; Lighting Design by Matt Frey; Dramaturgy by Daniel Zippi; Directed by Bob McGrath.

The Difficulty Of Crossing A Field

"The Difficulty of Crossing a Field" was made possible in part by a grant from the Association of Performing Arts Presenters Ensemble Theatre Collaborations Grant Program, a component of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Theatre Initiative.