"Documentary Play Explores Relationship Between People and Their Jobs" [7 minutes]
June 12, 2017
By Beth Adams
Kate Marple chats with her hometown NPR station in Rochester, New York, about why Americans seem fixated on their jobs, the need so many people feel to connect in new ways, and about transforming Big Work into an audio drama.
"Big Work: From Play to Podcast" [16 minutes]
WERS 88.9's YOU ARE HERE
June 11, 2017
By Morgan Sung
In an in-depth interview about Big Work, Melissa Bergstrom traces the personal origins of the play, ponders the message of the American Dream, and chronicles the play's journey from stage to audio drama.
"Performance Puts the 'Work' in Artwork at Morville House"
By Tim Ney
The Visitors partner with [bitsandflow] to bring their discussion of work in the 21st century to the Fenway community.
"Totally Working It"
March 2, 2016
By Alexander Stevens
An interview with the Visitors traces the origin of Big Work, the conversation we hope to spark with the play, and why our theatre company is focused on telling stories of belonging.
"The Theatrical Balancing Act of Documentary PlaymaKing"
March 9, 2016
The Visitors discuss the balancing act between the people who share their stories with us, the audiences that we tell them to, and what we owe to each.