French choreographer David Wampach‘s Sacre at the Invisible Dog Art Center (unrecognizable- its white gallery/warehouse vibe magically transformed into a black box theater) was a brief and powerful nugget inspired by Nijinsky’s controversial Rite of Spring. This performance was presented by the ‘Dog, PS122’s COIL
Gustavia was the kind of show that makes me angry. Angry that it’s so good, so unique, so necessary and yet only here in New York for one performance, so it’s already come and gone by the time you read this. Ah well, that is
Can all the ladies in the house say Hell Yes?! Female performance makers – how excited are you about the January festival offerings? This feels like our year! What a plethora of exciting writers, directors, choreographers showing their stuff.. may I call you all lady auteurs?
Or, How Much Female Empowerment Are We Allowed?
Culturebot contributor Sherri Kronfeld gives a heads-up for PS122’s Long Table on Migration and Displacement.
Our occasional correspondent Sherri Kronfeld continues her wrap-up of Louisville’s Motherlodge
Culturebot contributor Sherri Kronfeld (theater director, co-founder of SUPERWOLF) has filed this report from MOTHERLODGE in Louisville.