My collaborators on Pillowtalk have pushed me to envision a different time and place: a beautifully queer place that simultaneously grounds us in the deeply dangerous reality of American culture and propels us forward to claim the spaces for an equitable future governed by radical love.
Aaron Sanders reports live from deep inside the Austin Pig Pile.
Katherine Catmull previews “Guest By Courtesy”, opening April 18 at the Fusebox Festival in Austin, TX.
Fusebox Festival blogger Robyn Ross writes about Ant Hampton’s “Cue China” currently in Austin, TX and coming to NYC May 1-5, presented by PS122 as part of the PEN World Voices Festival.
Jess Applebaum gives a heads-up about Matthew Paul Olmos’ “so go the ghosts of méxico, part one” at LaMama, opening April 11.
KJ Sanchez explores land, community and identity in her new solo Highway 47
Fusebox Festival blogger Shannon McCormick reporting from Austin, TX. For the past nine years, Austin’s Fusebox Festival has sought to bring a sense of local, national, and international community and dialogue to the often isolated and far-flung practioners of new work, or experimental performance, or
This week and next, March (14-17 and 21-24) the Massachusetts-based No Theater return to New York City to perform Richard Maxwell’s Caveman at The Performing Garage ~ 33 Wooster Street Tickets » You may have seen some of No Theater’s prior work. Most recently they
On the second anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, Hani Omar Khalil talks with playwright Ibrahim El-Husseiny about his evolution as a political artist and the role of theater in the shaping of national discourse
Curator Mark Jeffery places work in 14 institutions across the city in this semi-regular performance fest
Hani Omar Khalil writes about Mohamed Fairouz’s chamber opera “Sumeida’s Song”, that premiered last week at HERE Arts Center, in the context of post-revolution Egypt.
My experience of Leev Theater Group’s Hamlet, Prince of Grief (which runs through January 20th at Under the Radar) began as soon as I unwrapped myself from my winter gear and found a good angle from which to view the stage. A single beam of