The Queer New York International Arts Festival returns to NYC – harder, better, faster, stronger.
Director Alice Reagan writes about visual artist James Bayard’s work as part of Chiori Miyagawa’s upcoming play “I Came To Look For You On Tuesday”
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).
Conceptual Artist/Choreographer Yoshiko Chuma continues a lifetime obsession with danger in her new work, “Love Story, Palestine”.
Two-Headed Calf’s new opera project, You, My Mother, poignantly explores the relationship between children (daughters) and their mothers.
With “You, My Mother” Two-Headed Calf brings together some amazing artists to create contemporary opera. One creative team is composer Brendan Connelly and playwright Karinne Keithley Syers, the other is Obie Award-winning composer Rick Burkhardt with Obie-winning playwright Kristen Kosmas, directed by Brooke O’Harra, with music performed by Yarn/Wire + Strings. This is going to be really cool.
Andy writes up his busy week of shows including a jazz opera called Mobro and work from Kyle Abraham, Tere O’Connor, Mini Teater Ljubljana and Martha Clarke.
La MaMa celebrates 50 years with a World Block Party on Sunday October 16 from 2-6PM.
What your intrepid Culturebot correspondents will be seeing about the town this weekend
La MaMa in association with Perforacije (Perforations) Festival in Croatia presents Perforations Festival New York from March 11–21, 2011. Culturebot is only familiar with two of the artists – Ivo Dimchev and BadCO. – but if that’s the type of stuff they’re bringing, this is bound to be good!!
Now I’m sniffling and coughing and bed-ridden. But it was worth it. Here’s Andy’s Week That Was.