Luigi Pirandello's (1867-1934) 'Henry iv', at the Shaw Festival, 1991, was enjoyable on many levels. LP's Henry is an 11th C. German emperor locked in a bitter political battle with the Pope - a 'provocative & disturbing play'... & an excellent production.
"Luke Savisky projects film and video onto things – sides of buildings, passing freight trains, clouds of vapor suspended in a tree, the walls of venues where the minimalist band Stars of the Lid plays. His latest project involves taking video of eyes, watching the city of Austin, and projecting the image of that eye on a water tower. The effect – a human eye watching over the city in a beautiful and disturbing way."