OPC Blog Series – Amanda

Thoughts on Other People’s Children – Amanda Blog Post by Amanda Goldberg, Nov. 4, 2018 Hannah Moscovitch’s play, Other People’s Children, was not created with the sole purpose of entertaining audiences. It is a deep examination into the lives of three...

OPC Blog Series – Cristina

Thoughts on Other People’s Children – Cristina Blog Post by Cristina Cugliandro, Nov. 2, 2018 MORE AT PLAY by Cristina I adore watching the work. The nature of the process is fascinating because, though staging a play is often technical and logical, I have...

OPC Blog Series – Erin

Thoughts on Other People’s Children – Erin Blog Post by Erin Lindsay, Oct. 31, 2018 One of the core things I noticed when I watched the first stumble through of Other People’s Children in rehearsal at Espace Libre, and then when I experienced it again in...

OPC Blog Series – Jen

Thoughts on Other People’s Children – Jen Blog Post by Jen Viens, Oct. 30, 2018 I’ve been thinking a lot about language lately. Where it comes from, how we use it (or don’t), what kind of attitudes and beliefs are embedded into it, and how violent it can...

OPC Blog Series – Sophie

Thoughts on Other People’s Children – Sophie Blog Post by Sophie Gee, Oct. 15, 2018 I dropped in on rehearsals for a few hours last week. Spaces and borders I saw Sati’s small room with the tiny bed – a bed for a child, a bed big enough only for one...