Tele-Violet’s Lady Han, which refracts the 15th century Noh drama through the goggles of an Americana fever dream, premiered at Incubator Arts Project this month. The emerging NYC theater company, led by stage director Katherine Brook, uses the classical Japanese text, Zeami in Royall Tyler’s translation, as a structure of longing for
Oh, the puppets! Last last weekend took me to Erin Courtney’s The Service Road directed by Meghan Finn in an Adhesive Theater Project production at the New York City College of Technology’s Voorhees Theater. Like a rude person, I was 15 minutes late.
I loved the little perspective window of the backyard! The sound the old blow-dryer made! How alienating to see non-alienated acting! Last Saturday took me to the Public for The Debate Society‘s Blood Play–part of the 2013 Under the Radar Festival–that celebrated pageant of vintage
Incubator Arts Project’s Other Forces presented the return of Nellie Tinder‘s Evelyn, as Evelyn in Concert, this month. I would say, “Go!” like Andy did when it played at the Bushwick Starr a year ago but the work just completed its run and I am posting late like a “pig fool” (to quote Zoë Geltman’s Elisa).
Completing the triad of Incubator Arts Project’s Other Forces is multi-instrumentalist James Moore’s performance of The Book Of Heads, a series of 35 études for guitar written by downtown luminary John Zorn at the age of 25 (that’s 1978). As primarily a student of acting
“I know your name.” “You do?” “Yeah.” “What is it?” “Guess.” In that charming and creepy flirtation we bear some witness to the seductive, eerie, and violent relations to identity and intimacy under investigation in Julia Jarcho‘s new work, Grimly Handsome, playing at the Incubator Arts Project
What happens to “the sublime” of European Romanticism after the death of the author and the birth of tumblr? Can you “share” it? Can you “like” it? And can you stage it? “I would love if someone saw the show and said, ‘I’m going to
“Where is bliss?” asks the San Francisco ensemble’s latest, an impish collaboration with the bi-coastal playwright/screenwriter.
The writer/director discusses his Elmo monodrama “Furry”.
The NYC theater company is “breaking apart the actual location we are working in and taking this space and trying to distill…the spirit of the Yard.”
“already we have had a LOT of interest in the mobile dance parties from the over-50-mom/grandmom set.”