Growing Up In Public – Monday

Growing Up in Public: A FREE Monday Night Salon

The Performance Project teams up with the Ontological-Hysteric Incubator to tackle issues confronting the NY performing arts community. Each salon is moderated by an arts blogger and features a panel of artists currently engaged with the Project or the Incubator. All are welcome.

When : This Monday Oct.19th at 7pm

Where: The Performance Project @ University Settlement

184 Eldridge Street (corner of Rivington)

What: A conversation with Andy Horwitz, Aaron Landsman, Clarinda Mac Low, Julia May Jonas, and Rob Neill.


The economic forces of NYC often make it necessary to show work in various stages of development over a long period of time. By the time  work is “complete” it has frequently been shown multiple times as a work-in-progress. How does this affect the way you approach your process? Do you think this makes your work better or is it an obstacle? Is there a way to make this long development process work in your favor or not? Do you think audiences follow a work over time or do we lose audience? And In an ideal world, how would you like to build your work?

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