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The Great Musicians: Seth Warren-Crow


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composition for Hamlet
by Seth Warren-Crow


Seth Warren-Crow is a percussionist, composer, and sound designer based in Lubbock, TX. He has been playing for dance technique classes and composing for dance for the last 12 years. Seth was the Musical Director for the Department of Dance at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee from 2008-2013, and is currently an assistant professor in the School of Theatre and Dance at Texas Tech University. Seth received an MFA in Electronic Music and Recording Media from Mills College in California, where he received the Frog Peak Award for Experimental Music.  Seth’s sound design and composition has been featured at such prestigious venues as La Mama Experimental Theatre Club (NY) and The Harlem Stage eMoves Festival (NY), among others.  Seth frequently collaborates with performance artist Heather Warren-Crow as warren-crow+warren-crow, and their performances have been seen all over the world, including Czech Republic, Taiwan, Norway, and throughout the United States.

Seth has always been an inspiration to us at Theatre Gigante. You couldn’t ask for a more artistically sensitive and kind collaborator.  We miss him and hope to get him back here someday!

Gigante productions:
Man in a Magic Square (2009)
The Lears (2010)
Three Other Sisters (2010)
Three Other Sisters (2012 – Slovenian tour)
Electra (2013)
My Dear Othello (2014)

for more: http://www.simplesatellite.org/sound-design-TP/

Schomer Lichtner Art on stage

Schomer Lichtner’s Artwork once again graces the stage in Theatre Gigante’s MY DEAR OTHELLO!

written by Isabelle Kralj and Mark Anderson

directed by Isabelle Kralj

with new music by Seth Warren-Crow

scenic and lighting design by Rick Graham
costume design by Marion Clendenen-Acosta

October 23 – November 8
Kenilworth Studio 508 Theatre

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assembling ELECTRA

We’re very excited about the great group of artists we’ve assembled for Theatre Gigante’s ELECTRA, opening next week.

Performers:  Craig Menteer, Joe Fransee, Edwin Olvera, Suzette Nelson, Molly Corkins, Megan Kaminsky, Jessie Mae Scibek, Katie Rhyme, Joelle Worm, and Isabelle Kralj & Mark Anderson

Composer/Musician: Seth Warren-Crow
Set and Lighting Design: Rick Graham
Costume Design and Construction: Marion Clendenen-Acosta

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THREE OTHER SISTERS in Slovenia, pt.8

Vlado in the zone, at the post-show party.

A lively, fantastic post-performance and post-tour party at the newly opened Eksperiment restaurant.  Vlado and Seth entertained much to the delight of all who attended, which included a content Gigante cast and crew, the US Ambassador, Embassy employees, local actors and dancers, Ulay, and friends and family.  Thank you all who made this fantastic tour possible!  Hvala lepa!

photo by Galen Englund

THREE OTHER SISTERS in Slovenia, pt.7

U.S. Ambassador Joseph Mussomeli talking with Isabelle at the post-show reception


After the performance, the cast and crew met the US Ambassador and audience members in the theater lobby.  The Ambassador was very pleased.  Check out the US Embassy’s description of the performance and their photo album.

photo by Galen Englund

THREE OTHER SISTERS in Slovenia, pt.6

Three Other Sisters


After performing in Koper on the Adriatic, the company moved on to Slovenia’s capital city of Ljubljana.  It was a fantastic evening. Prior to the performance the RTV television crew interviewed Vlado Kreslin and Isabelle, and filmed an excerpt from the piece, which was shown on the cultural news that evening.(scroll to 4:09). The performance was magical, the Mini Teater packed.  In attendance was the US Ambassador, Joseph Mussomeli, his assistant Mateja Jurič, performance artist Ulay (former partner of Marina Abramovič), author Noah Charney, numerous actors and dancers, Simone’s family from Udine, Italy, and friends and family of Isabelle and Mark.  It was truly exciting.  True to Slovenian audiences, the dancers received a warm reception, and took bow after bow after bow.

photos by Andraž Gombač

THREE OTHER SISTERS in Slovenia, pt.5

Images from Murska Sobota


Murska Sobota, in the region of Prekmurje (where Vlado Kreslin is from) was fantastic. The performers visited Vlado’s weekend home, while the production crew slaved away in the theater hanging and focusing lights. When the performers arrived at the theater, they were greeted with a huge Three Other Sisters poster hanging at the front of the theater.  The theater inside is lovely, the stage spacious.  The performance that evening was charged, and the audience reacted with great enthusiastic applause, cheers, and “bravos.”  Gigante was treated to drinks in the theater lobby afterwards, and later, moved on to an authentic Prekmurian dinner at a local restaurant.

THREE OTHER SISTERS in Slovenia, pt.4


Scenes from Ptuj

Beautiful historic Ptuj, the oldest city in Slovenia.  The performance in Ptuj went very well.  The theater, newly renovated, is charming.  The audience was extremely warm and receptive, and the performers once again received flowers on stage.  The hotel was fantastic, artsy and luxurious, and we were able to relax in a private spa after the show and the next morning, before leaving for Murska Sobota.

[The first of two Slovenian TV promotions was shot in Ptuj.  Follow this link, then scroll ahead to 10:58.]

THREE OTHER SISTERS in Slovenia, pt.3

Scenes from the opening in Maribor.

Maribor has been chosen the European Capital of Culture for 2012, and it is here that we opened with Three Other Sisters.  Performing in the Slovenian National Theater of Maribor, Theatre Gigante got a taste of the warmth and appreciation of Slovenian audiences…great applause, 24 bows and flowers received on stage…a wonderful beginning to the five city tour.  After the performance the company was treated to a lovely reception, hosted by the Maribor Theater, with Fabulous Slovenian sparkling wine, hors d’oeuvres, and lovely conversation: a delightful cultural interchange!

[follow this link to see a digital version of the theater program, provided by DBUS, one of the co-sponsors of the tour.]