Jenn Joy on Maria Hassabi’s “Show” – playing this week at American Realness.
A conversation with the choreographer and Guggenheim fellow about how “The Painted Bird Trilogy” took shape (fittingly, in a garden with screeching peacocks in the background).
An offstage presence provides the structure in both Gideon Obarzanek’s “Faker” and “CITY”, by the BLOOM! Dance Collective.
Friday night took us to Exit Art for the opening of their final exhibit, Saturday night took us to see David Neumann’s “Restless Eye” at NYLA, and Sunday we finally found some time to write up the past three weeks of Andy’s life.
CBOT’s first report from this year’s American Realness festival
The Irish dance company behind last year’s “The Work, the Work” returns to New York this October with a new dance piece
The Kitchen turns 40 with a dance-heavy season, the Chocolate Factory offers an eclectic mix, and Abrons presents some known commodities
Food and puppet performance at Incubator Arts followed by Arturo Vidich helping to close out “Body Madness: Absurdity & Wit” at Danspace
Jonah Bokaer is at once ubiquitous, driven and remarkably humble; he answered questions for Culturebot amidst preparations for the U.S. premiere of ANCHISES, a tour to Miami for his recent work, Replica, and who knows how many other things.
Kathryn O’Shields shares her experience at the Steampunk Haunted House. Mwahahaha!
Kathryn O’Shields is the documentarian for the 2010 Steampunk Haunted House and has contributed this essay to Culturebot.
Vision Disturbance, a new play by Christina Masciotti, directed by Richard Maxwell, is spare, compact and moving.