Rarely in multimedia theater is the whole equal to (never mind greater than) the sum of its gadgets. What should amount to a collage of various modes of communication too often translates into a noisy contest between appliance and actor. Of course the exceptions make the multitude of failures seem worthwhile. Though few can compare with the Wooster Group's cubist-style flair or Robert Lepage's Matisse-like sense of beauty, the possibility of discovering one's own innovative blend of three-dimensional expression has become the millennial rage of the Downtown scene. In fact, it... More >>>