The DTW Artist Services Open House is a great opportunity to meet members of the DTW Programming staff and gain first hand knowledge of the many administrative, technical, promotional and production related support programs they offer. Admission is FREE. Tuesday, October 5, 2004 5:30-7:30pm at
Normally we don’t talk too much about the visual art world over here at Culturebot. But George over at Superfluities has an interesting essay on the MOMA decision to up their entry fees from $12 to $20. He makes some interesting points about the difference
Before Tesla was a lame hair band, there was the eccentric genius scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla. His life was the subject of a cool play called Requiem for Tesla by the Austin, TX theater company Rude Mechanicals and now Tesla’s flashiest invention, the Tesla
I recently got a great e-mail from Peter Rose, one of the co-founders of Performance Space 122. He is in Berlin, but he still follows what we’re doing here and he wanted to get a message out to people about the origins of the space.
Steven Cosson is the Artistic Director of The Civilians. Founded in 2001, The Civilians is a company that creates original work from investigations into real life. Cited as “New York’s most giddily sociological theater company” by New York Magazine, and ranked in both of Time
Speaking of discounts, (see earlier post “day of atonement”) – Culturebot regularly sends out emails about special ticket discounts and comp/preview ticket offers that we hear about. We posted the one about Symphonie Fantastique, but usually we only email those offers to the Culturebots. If
Hello, faithful Culturebot readers. In case youve been getting a little bored with my typical format of pretending to talk about theater and instead talking solely about myself and how I manage to embarrass myself in front of Dutch people, I have thoughtfully provided something
So, this being NYC and all, there are going to be a lot of people out there who are observing Yom Kippur on Friday and Saturday. Which means that theaters will have lots of tickets available. This is a good weekend to do some research
Hello Culturebots! Just a quick note that we’re currently planning the first-ever Culturebot Happy Hour for Monday, October 18th. It’ll be a chance to drink(!), mingle with other culturati and watch a very few “microperformances” out of the corner of your eye. (microperformance = 5
If there’s one thing I, Culturebot, have learned from my misadventures in performance, both onstage and off, it’s: location, location, location! Or, more exactly, context, context, context! As artists we’re always looking for the next best opportunity, the next chance to take what we’re doing
I, Culturebot, must pause from our normally scheduled arts coverage to give a shout-out to Dan “Ultrasparky” Rhatigan, the designer who made Culturebot possible. He not only designed this site, he designed the WYSIWYG Talent Show site, he regular designs images for various Culturebot/WYSIWYG/P.S. 122
The Philadelphia Gay & Lesbian Theatre Festival is currently accepting submissions for its 3rd annual festival which will take place June 9th – 19th throughout various locations in Philadelphia. Submissions may include full length plays, musicals, one-acts, one-person shows, young audience plays, monologues and cabarets.