(a clarification – i was so busy i didn’t read this very closely when i got Creative Time newsletter. Below is from their site about the current exhibition: The Plain of Heaven is an international exhibition inspired by the impending redevelopment of the High Line,
Thursday night marks the return of new music at P.S. 122. The International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE), one of the most exciting groups on the new music scene, will begin a run of Dear Land, an evening of two compelling works of contemporary music. One is
Well, in this week’s issue of The New Yorker, Hilton Als suggests that contemporary performance might be a little less boring if it incorporated the more presentational and theatrical aspects of contemporary music: the histrionics of Karen O. from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, say. I
“I never thought that being out in my work would have the financial consequences that it has had,” she said. “I thought that the world would evolve in such a way that people would appreciate the boldness of my content, and be able to see
Choreographer Saar Harari trained as a dancer in Israel until the age of 18 when he began his compulsory military service with the Israeli Defense Forces, eventually becoming a commanding officer of a special combat unit. Upon returning to civilian life he resumed his career
We just saw Ann Liv Young’s Michael at DTW on Thursday. From the Times article linked to above and other preview press we had a sense of what to expect and were not disappointed. It was certainly as explicit and brash as we had been
Saar Harari’s Herd of Bulls got a nice review in today’s NY Times. Herd is a powerful piece o’ work. check it out. It runs at P.S. 122 through Sunday.
The King of Comedy and infamous nightlife personality, MURRAY HILL, “the hardest working middle-aged man in show business” brings his legendary boozy, uncensored and Hill-arious THE MURRAY HILL SHOW exclusively to the newly opened Mo Pitkins every Saturday night bringing Saturday night back to downtown.
Tom Pearson of Third Rail Dance (and formerly of DTW) has started a new dance blog NYC Dance Journal. Check it out.
Just got back from Montclair, NJ and the Kasser Theater where we attended the American premiere of Romeo Castellucci‘s Tragedia Endogonidia which was pretty amazing. Tragedia consists of 9 episodes, each one in a different city. This episode is from London originally. It is an
COLUMBIA STAGES Presents POETICS: a ballet brut conceived & directed by Pavol Liska October 19-22, 2005 at 8PM October 22 at 3PM at The Theatre of the Riverside Church 91 Claremont Avenue, between West 120th and 121st Street POETICS: a ballet brut, conveived and directed
Back when Culturebot was just knee high to a grasshopper dreaming of a dark, dank, sinful bohemian New York, he would sit and listen to the Velvet Underground’s first record over and over again. Particularly alluring were the ominous strains of John Cale’s violin in