The co-production of Shakespeare's epic Trojan play between The Wooster Group and the Royal Shakespeare Company has seen the two different companies creating their responses to the play's factions of Greeks (RSC) and Trojans (The Wooster Group) independently of each other.
What does TWG stand for?
TWG stands for The Wooster Group (New York, NY)
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Ann's Warehouse, Brooklyn, and redcat, Los Angeles) Although some would beg to differ, the Wooster Group produces today's classical art.
The Wooster Group (New York, NY), to explore a new producing model, pursue partnerships, and take on a new educational role in contemporary theatre.
Faustus Lights the Lights * The Performing Garage, New York City (through February 28) * Directed by Elizabeth LeCompte * Performed by the Wooster Group Best-known for launching the movie-star careers of Spalding Gray and Willem Dafoe, the Wooster Group is one of the world's foremost experimental theaters, famous for its high-powered performers and high-tech design.
Among the offerings: an opening night block party to the sounds of the Asphalt Orchestra, a repurposing of Richard Burtons Hamlet by the Wooster Group, Doug Elkins & Friends' Fraulein Maria, string quartet Brooklyn Rider and tango songs and moves with Sole-dad Villamil and Hermanos Macana.
The New Directions in Performance series will open with The Wooster Group and ``Poor Theater'' making its West coast debut Sept.
Creator-choreographer awards went to Germany's Pina Bausch for sustained achievement; Israel's Yasmeen Godder for i feel funny today and Ohad Naharin for Naharin's Virus; The Wooster Group for To You, the Birdie/(Phedre); and Annie-B Parson and Paul Lazar and their Big Dance Theater.
The Wooster Group reconstructs a hypothetical theater piece from the fragmentary evidence of the film by channeling the ghost of that legendary performance.