I love my clients. In every single case, I work with them because I love what that do and how they do it — an especially amazing feat when my roster varies from a circus school to theaters to labor unions to a mental health association.
Right now, you have only a few more chances to see some amazing work, though, and I would suggest you hop to it!
Mixed Precipitation is a performance company exploring text, space and form with festive theatrical events that inspire social engagement. They are best known for their "picnic operettas" — operas held in community gardens, that also bring in samplings of local food grown and prepared just for the production. Their “King Arthur” is the best show of theirs yet, and plays just one more weekend; www.mixedprecipitation.org for more information.
Lloyd Brandt and Rosie Cole have a wackily innovative company called Fools Productions/Theatre of Fools. For years they have been doing their Wacky Chicken piece at the Renaissance Festival, and it’s a great way to whet your appetite for their amazing work. See them now in the Festival and look for a larger piece coming soon!
(on a completely un-related note, we also saw Book of Mormon tonight and laughed our asses off!)