Okay. I wrote a really long discursive essay about The Theater(s) We Need Now – and I didn’t even dive too deep into the arts admin weeds – but I know how things are, I know what life is like, I know everybody’s busy so
600 Highwaymen’s “A Thousand Ways, Part 3: An Assembly” is one of 2022’s most remarkable works of theater.
“Ain’t Too Proud” is more than just a jukebox musical.
The critic or artist who wants to be trusted must be willing to be vulnerable and flawed; she must be willing to be wrong. She must be willing to risk. And it is no less terrifying for the critic to reveal herself than the dancer, choreographer, actor, artist, or musician.
Philosopher Alva Noë joins Jess Curtis and Claire Cunningham at CounterPulse in SF
“When are we artists and when are we everyone?” The answer, of course, is that artists are always everyone, we are members of a greater Public, and it is in acknowledging this that artists can create change.
Andy’s report from Festivals Edinburgh and the Momentum Symposium.
Andy reports on his December trip to Poland.
Andy reports back from London’s Dialogue Festival: Talking/Making/Taking Part
Exploring sound art at Caramoor in Westchester.
Aaron Gervais shares some thoughts on arts funding
Andy reflects on leaving New York.