Culturebot’s Weekend Plans: March 11, 2011
Jeremy‘s all about the Balkans this weekend, and will be catching Ivo Dimchev tonight and BADco. tomorrow at La Mama. Which sucks, because if he wasn’t already booked he’d be headed out to the Bushwick Starr Saturday, where Catch 44 looks pretty cool, with both Joe Silovsky and Young Jean Lee (with her band Future Wife) showing up. Sunday he has vague plans to catch some friends’ Spider-man spoof Spidermann (respectin’ copyright law peeps!) up at the Tank, and then Monday, he means to catch Little Theater at Dixon Place.
Tonight, Andy‘s at La Mama for Ivo Dimchev, Saturday he’s down at the World Financial Center for New York Classical Theater‘s production of The Rover, and Sunday has no idea what he’ll be doing, if anythin.
Last night, Maura Donohue enjoyed the opening program in “Rhythm & Humor,” David Parker’s portion of the “Body Madness” Platform at Danspace Project. The shared program by Michelle Dorrance and Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards is sold-out (including tonight’s added 10pm show), but it’s worth getting on the wait list to see these women throw down. Tonight she’ll be at Vanessa Anspaugh’s Studio Series showing (also sold-out) and then watching Bill T. Jones on Real Time with Bill Maher. Tomorrow she’ll be at the Asia Society for Malavika Sarukkai’s Ganga (sold out, too).
Alyssa joins Jeremy on Saturday for Semi-interpretations or How to Explain Contemporary Dance to an Undead Hare, part of the Perforations New York Festival at LaMama. On Tuesday, she’ll make her way to the Baryshnikov Arts Center for a dress rehearsal of Yvonne Rainer’s (underpublicized?) NYC season.
Saturday, Jane will be at El Museo del Barrio in East Harlem for Ping Chong & Company‘s presentation of Secret Survivors, an interview-based theater project in the “Undesirable Elements” series featuring adult survivors of child sexual abuse telling their personal stories on stage.