The Tribeca Film Institute has started a program called Tribeca All Access Open Stage, that is meant to provide exposure for playwrights of color to the national theater community. Submissions are accepted until July 16th.
Sorry for not updating for awhile. Things have been crazy busy and the Culturebot team of trusty interns is still getting oriented. So, while we try and come up with more exciting content for you here’s a few newsy tidbits: The Imagine04 website is live.
Sherry Vine was born in Los Angeles in 1991, lived in NYC until 2001 and now resides in Berlin. Sherry has starred in the smash theatrical productions of The Bad Weed ’73 (in NYC, LA and Provincetown) e.s.p – Eyes of a Supermodel Psychic, The
Culturebot usually focuses on arts & culture, but I just got back from seeing Michael Moore‘s new film Fahrenheit 9/11 and so I’m going to get a little political on your a**. Go. See. This. Movie. As a long-standing member of the liberal left and
So we’ve been really busy. So busy, in fact, that we forgot to post an announcment about the WYSIWYG Talent Show we had tonight. It was for Gay Pride and was called That’s So Gay: Tales of Extremely Gay Gayness. It rocked. Sold out crowd.
Taylor Mac (actor/Playwright/Performance Artist) is author and performer of the solo-shows, “The Face of Liberalism,” “Okay,” and “Cardiac Arrest or Venus on a Half-Clam.” He has performed in a variety of venues including PS 122, Joe’s Pub, FEZ, CBGB’s, and the San Francisco Opera House.
Its been a year since Jenny Seastone Stern started her bi-monthly (which means every other month, not twice a month, for all you idiots like me out there) emerging artist dance/performance series. Im a little embarrassed to admit that this one, Catch 6 (as in
During a visit to my hometown in Ohio, a friend invited me to Kent State Universitys production of Blind Ness The Irresistible Light of Encounter. The show is a multi-disciplinary theater work that uses movement, puppetry and projections to explore Joseph Conrads Heart of Darkness,
I dont know, my associate replied apologetically when I broached the topic over lunch. Ive got a bunch of stuff to do tonight. He chewed his asparagus thoughtfully. And karaoke and poetry; those are two things that really scare me.
Here at Culturebot we see lots of shows. Sometimes we go out of devotion to an artist, sometimes we go because weve heard good things through the grapevine, and sometimes we go just because were curious – which is why I attended Norwegian playwright Jon
This summer there is a veritable cornucopia of LGBT Performance Festivals celebrating Pride and beyond. Culturebot Contributor Rachel Kramer Bussel provides us with an overview of QueerFestsNYC!
“I mean, maybe you run into people that you admire, or respect, but how often do you get to speak to someone (two someones) that you actually want to BE? Who doesn’t want to be a Wau-Wau Sister? They’re funny, famous, flexible, and have INCREDIBLE