The Show Must Go On Time has passed since Jérôme Bel’s The Show Must Go On premiered in Paris, and not an insubstantial amount, either: it was first shown in 2001. It returned to New York City this October as part of the 2016 Crossing
We do not ordinarily have much cause to come to Wall Street. But we are here. We are here to see Julius Caesar. Spared Parts.
French choreographer and breakdance world champion Anne Nguyen‘s Autarcie (…), presented by the Crossing the Line Festival and Dancing in the Streets at Gibney Dance Center from September 29 to October 1, 2016, is rooted in hip-hop but aims to open a new space within
We are literally making everything up as we go along.
We’re invited to look in, but our presence isn’t required.
This performance contains the hottest chair dance I’ve ever seen.
I’m drawn to the body, repelled by the face. I think of Stop and Frisk Watch apps. I think of fear.
I spit on your happiness! You are all dogs! D-A-W-G-Z dogs!
One of the great gifts science fiction can give us is the memory of how many times we’ve been spectacularly, beautifully mistaken.