I was right I was wrong I was right I was wrong.
Here, humor and failure coexist comfortably; there is room for both at all times.
Margaret Tudor on Daniel Kok and Luke George’s ‘Bunny’ @ Abrons Arts Center.
Stormy talks to Cynthia Oliver and David Thomson about Tere O’Connor’s “Sister” (American Realness, Jan. 9 and 11, 2015)
“I kind of see the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as the hideous and perfect mirror of late globalized capitalism,” the British artist Andy Field told me in a recent Skype conversation. “It’s nominally open and democratic—anyone can participate in it—but there are so many barriers to
Tony Torn and Dan Safer talk about how they out together the coolest show onstage this month
In the company’s newest show, Richard Maxwell comes closer than ever before to a conventional well-made play. But for him, it’s all part of the process of interrogating our most basic assumptions about the theater
Pig Iron’s “Twelfth Night”is pitch-perfect and delightful. Save your money, skip Broadway or the RSC at BAM and run to Abrons Arts Center.
Culturebot’s completely unbiased guide to January Festival Season in NYC. At your service to help manage the Madness.
The Queer New York International Arts Festival returns to NYC – harder, better, faster, stronger.
Experiments in Opera and Vision into Art present “Chorus of All Souls”, a program of new opera at the Abrons Art Center.
Marin Sander-Holzman talks to Miguel Gutierrez about his show myendlesslove opening at Abrons on 10/9.