Culturebot faves Rebecca Patek, Liz Santoro, and Arturo Vidich bring works-in-progress to the Museum of Arts & Design
In the face of it all, New York dancers persist. They are “sublime” as Claudia La Rocco says, but precarious and imperiled.
The Bessies return to the legendary Apollo Theater on October 7 @ 8PM. Tickets are only $10 to get down uptown and have a good time for a good cause.
This year’s Bessie nominees–and the torturous categories into which they’ve been placed
Andy’s rundown of his week of shows including THROW at the Chocolate Factory, BASTARD at LaMama and MONTGOMERY PARK at Incubator Arts Project.
David Wampach’s “Bascule” was surprisingly good, while Amanda Loulaki’s “I Am Saying Good Night” disappointed.
Put on my wellies and slogged through the slushfest last night to attend Dance Theater Workshop’s “Fresh Tracks” benefit. It was well worth it. If this particular program (for this 45-year old series) is an accurate barometer of our current artistic atmosphere, I’d forecast rich
don’t miss Jack Ferver’s A Movie Star Needs a Movie Choreographed and Performed by Jack Ferver With Liz Santoro Film and Photography by Jason Akira Somma Breakout choreographer Jack Ferver returns after last year’s sold-out engagement at the New Museum THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15th to premiere
Jack Ferver at Danspace this weekend only! http://www.danspaceproject.org/performance/thisweek.html Everything changes. Everything dies. We can struggle, but we will lose. Get a little more (or less) comfortable with change, death, and choreographer Jack Ferver, as he and dancers Liz Santoro and Tony Orrico, look at the