Throughout the run of Edward Albee's Seascape, this page will be updated with articles, audio, and more.

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Getting Personal with Pam MacKinnon and Seascape

As Pam MacKinnon prepared for her Geary debut, she spoke with cast, creatives, producers, and A.C.T. staff about Edward Albee's Seascape and was both optimistic and reflective.

by A.C.T. Publications Staff
Jan 2, 2019

Of Special Guests and Animal Instinct: A Non–Human Interest Story

A furry guest has joined the Seascape rehearsal room, giving cast members Seann Gallagher & Sarah Nina Hayon the purr-fect inspiration to get them moving & feline like animals.

by Kayla Minton Kaufman
Jan 11, 2019

Learning What Living Was All About

"I saw every gallery, every play, and every concert I could sneak into for free, trying to learn what living was about, what consciousness was about, what I was about," said playwright Edward Albee.

by Elspeth Sweatman
Jan 22, 2019

Three (and a Half) Pulitzer Prizes

Playwright Edward Albee won three Pulitzer Prizes... and almost a fourth.

by Elspeth Sweatman
Jan 18, 2019

The Body as a Template: Seascape Movement Coach Danyon Davis on Lizards

Sometimes, getting into character involves more than putting on a costume. Hear from movement coach Danyon Davis about putting on the physical life of a lizard.

by Annie Sears
Feb 1, 2019

Podcast: Edward Albee's Seascape


Artistic Director Pam MacKinnon sat down with playwright and director, Winter Miller (and Winter Miller's cat, Gato) to examine both Pam's history working with renowned playwright Edward Albee, and her latest production of his Pulitzer Prize-winning Seascape, now running. This was filmed on The Geary Stage on January 29, 2019 before a live audience.

An Actor's Director: James Carpenter on Collaborating with Pam MacKinnon

We refined and defined moments, glued them together, ran them, and then refined some more. Through it all, Pam MacKinnon led openly, very generously guided and encouraged—an actor’s director, truly. Actor James Carpenter offers a glimpse into the Seascape rehearsal room!

by Annie Sears
Feb 8, 2019

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