Theater Talk: Irish Classical's Kate LoConti Alcocer on tonight's (virtual) opening of SEA MARKS
The Irish Classical Theatre Company is kicking off its 30th Anniversary Season with their first-ever digital theater performance of the work that opened their first "permanent" home (27 years ago) at the Calumet on Chippewa. SEA MARKS by Gardner McKay is a love story about Colm, a lonely fisherman living on a remote island west of Galway and Timothea, a sophisticated, beautiful woman from the midlands of England (watch trailer here). Presented virtually October 16 to November 1, 2020, tickets will be good for one night only (to be chosen by the purhaser).
Pan American Film filmed over days in the ICTC's theater in the round Andrews Theatre home with multiple angles and takes. The Irish Classical website is impressively rich with background information, conversations with the principles as well as the entire playbill (find out what a stage manager actually does, what the sound designer is thinking, and what, actually, is a dramaturge and what does she do?).
In addition to choosing your day and time to view, in an effort to increase accessibility, you will also be asked if you would like open captioning (think subtitles) or that plus American Sign Language interpretation.
In addition to choosing your day and time to view, in an effort to increase accessibility, you will also be asked if you would like open captioning (think subtitles) or American Sign Language interpretation.