When Plantation’s Mosaic Theatre presented Conor McPherson’s The Birds in 2012, there were no avian actors. But thanks to Matt Corey, birds seemed to be swooping, fluttering and crying out everywhere, a menace made real.
When GableStage did Sarah Kane’s Blasted in 2010, the sound of a bomb blast filled the darkened theater, and when the lights came up, a previously tidy hotel room was in shambles, debris still floating in the air. But there was no bomb. The audio portion of that shattering theatrical moment came fro...
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