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Boyfriend and ex vie for woman's affection

By Richard Ades

Local playwright Bill Cook has been known for plays about men in nightmarish situations.

In two of his previous works (Love in an Age of Clamor… 536 more words


Period piece favors outrageousness over logic

By Richard Ades

Pete Bakely’s Skillet Tag is about a company team-building exercise that turns into a night of mayhem and menstruation. It’s just the kind of diversion we want and expect from MadLab for the Halloween season. 491 more words


A clown, a rabbit and a llama walked into a TV studio...

By Richard Ades

Clowntime Is Over has been touted as a typical MadLab play, and that’s an accurate description. Written by Joseph E. Green, it’s the kind of small, dark and weirdly offbeat work we’ve come to expect from the theater on North Third. 513 more words


SKIN MAPPING // 13th July 2015

Digital studio MADLAB has introduced a skin-centric design named Tactum. This augmenting modeling tool projects the form directly on the skin. The object mapped can also be 3D printed to be later worn. 34 more words


Con TACTUM il corpo umano diventa una piattaforma CAD per oggetti indossabili

Autodesk è interessata al “Future of Making Things” e sta diventando sempre più chiaro che al centro di questo futuro ci sarà l’integrazione tra le tecnologie 3D, dall’imaging alla stampa 3D, passando per il design parametrico. 571 more words


George and Martha go at it again in troupe's premiere production

By Richard Ades

A statement printed in the program of Adrenaline Theatre Company’s first production calls Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? “perhaps the greatest single play in American theatre.” 536 more words


The Cosplay Sketch-off Returns!

Happy New Year everybody! It’s been a bit quiet in Mancster World as we’ve been busy planning for MancsterCon 2015 but have no fear, we have lots in store such as reviews, interviews with local artists and events. 160 more words