Blindspot, a new, nine-night festival of experimental dance and music, opens tonight in Philadelphia.
The Knight Arts Challenge Philadelphia has officially opened for applications.
John Wilkes Booth is quite the man about town these days—or about the theater, and in two towns, really. Luigi Creatore’s An Error of the Moon, about John and his brother Edwin, plays through October 10 at the Beckett Theater in New York, directed by
There are no chickens anywhere on the superbly decorated submarine on which Charlotte Ford’s CHICKEN takes place—no real chickens, and no metaphorical ones, either. Lauren Dubowski reviews the show.
As a preview, Lauren Dubowski talks with the Festival’s Producing Director, Nick Stuccio, about what’s new and exciting in the Live Arts this year.
Charles McNulty has hit some strong points in his LA Times discussion of rocker-writer-performer Patti Smith’s memoir Just Kids
With the Live Arts Festival & Philly Fringe just around the corner, Culturebot contributor Lauren Dubowski talks with Headlong and Pig Iron about the growth of performance training initiatives in Philadelphia. (Photo: Audience and faculty look on at an HPI Open Salon showing.)