Go check out Banana Bag & Bodice‘s experimental theater double bill Panel . Animal at The Collapsable Hole. Running through June 4. Seriously.
Culturebot recommends Tense Dave from Australia’s Chunky Move, currently playing at DTW. We just saw the premiere and it is a fun, spooky, surreal and exciting piece of dance-theater. The official blurb says: Tense Dave is a world filled with psychological intrigue and subversive realities.
In April 2004 we posted an interview with choreographer Noemie LaFrance. Over the past year she has been busy on many projects and is currently working a very exciting piece called Agora which will take place in September at the McCarren Park Pool in Williamsburg.
The NYTIMES came and saw Uncle Jimmy’s Dirty Basement. Here’s some quotes: “Uncle Jimmy’s Dirty Basement…just might make rock-theater history. “Hair.” “Hedwig.” “Uncle Jimmy”?” “The band… makes the P-Funk All-Stars look conservative.” “the show cooks with a ferocious energy” “And trust me, when [Uncle Jimmy]
Williamsburg Art neXus In connection with Arts at University Settlement present THE BRIDGE A works-in-progress movement-theater series featuring: bêsto perfekto Julia May Jonas/Nellie Tinder Red Metal Mailbox/ Piñataland The Compound Eye Tuesday, May 24, 2005 @ 8pm Curated by Sara Juli & Jake Hooker Admission
Ripe Time is a theatre company devoted to the creation and experimentation with performance that bridges the gap between dance and theatre. This June they will offer several workshops on making performance. Ripe Time Presents: RIPE TIME STUDIO Workshops in Multidisciplinary Performance Work Taught by
Well-known Australian Aboriginal Actors Rachael Maza, Lisa Maza and Isaac Drandich will appear in: The Australian Aboriginal Theatre Initiative, Malthouse Theatre and IIbijerri Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Theatre Cooperatives: New Indigenous Voices 2005 Staged Reading Series of new plays by Native American and Aboriginal
A dynamic evening for artists, curated by the Education Department of New York City Ballet on Tuesday, May 31, 2005. Following the performance that night, which features Peter Martins’ Octet, Christopher Wheeldon’s After the Rain, and George Balanchine’s Stravinsky Violin Concerto, we are inviting creative
Young Dance Collective is a new dance company for young people that is entirely devoted to the artistic growth and exploration of its members. Its members all just happen to be under 13 years old. Serious dance from and for young people. They’ll be doing
Just got back from All Wear Bowlers (which is easily the best show we’ve seen so far in 2005) at HERE where Executive Director Kristin Marting invited us to stay and have a drink and celebrate. Earlier today HERE became owners of their space –
Culturebot contributor Lisa Gross conducted the following interview with the members of theater company Radiohole (Erin Douglas, Eric Dyer, Maggie Hoffman and Joe Silovsky). Radiohole is kooky and wild. They make eating fried chicken and guzzling beer the most compelling theater you’ve ever seen. Called
When downtown art-rock stalwarts Coocoohandler joined forces with James Godwin s avant-puppet ensemble The Elementals to create Uncle Jimmys Dirty Basement, no-one knew what to expect. Over the past several years of live performances the two groups have fused together to create a unique rock-theater