Creative direction, photography
To outsiders, the School of Theater may seem especially peculiar. Partly situated on the third floor of Boston University's College of Fine Arts building, its classrooms consist of black box theaters coated, as the name suggests, in floor-to-ceiling black paint. For at least three hours each day, screams, squawks, shouts of pain, and laughter punctuate the air, joined by stomping so loud that the walls vibrate. It's trippy, especially at night. Curious, we met with three theater students to learn more about their influences and about what happens within those dark walls.