I once described Little Lord shows like a rollercoaster. At the end we want you to realize how far you’ve been, how far you’ve traveled, even if you were just sitting still in your seat.
We eventually spend less time on saddles and hats, and more time on trying to get inside that frictional feeling of being pressed into a hookup’s smelly, hairy crotch while he calls you “pretty.”
Yeah we’ve done microphones.
The sense of risk, scrappiness, and, in the words of Herskovits, “failure” is strong.
Solo storytellers must boldly jump off their high dives and fall into their public swimming pools.
Five Questions: Sam Schanwald with Hannah Wasileski, the projections designer from SLEEP
slowdanger is a performance duo from Pittsburgh. They are Anna Thompson and Taylor Knight, who speak their minds both alone and together. We talk about the queerness of being a multidisciplinary artist and the influence of technology on dance work, among much more. Their collaboration
We’ve written a very hopeful apocalypse.