Our own Andy Horwitz did himself proud Monday night, kicking off SMUT, the spanking new performance series at Galapagos, with an adroit and hilarious monologue about the perils of rimming the obese and hairy, a comic tour-de-force one hopes ones parents will never, ever hear.
So Sarah Michelson’s cancellation was a big disappointment, but there is still some great stuff coming up at P.S. 122 and elsewhere. At P.S. 122, opening next Friday (January 28th) is Mike Albo’s new show My Price Point. We’ve seen little snippets of it, and
This article in the Chicago Tribune (originally it published on January 13) ran with the headline “Study on pay: Working in arts is labor of love”. I read about it in the Arts Journal.com Newsletter when the headline “Study: Arts Workers Pay Sucks (The Details)”
Unfortunate news. Sarah Michelson has had to cancel her engagement of Daylight. Her injuries were too severe and daunting and so the performance has been cancelled. If you had tickets you can call the P.S. 122 box office at 212.477.5288.
Ack. So – some of you may know that Sarah Michelson’s new piece Daylight was supposed to open last thursday at P.S. 122. Unfortunately, due to injuries, the performance had to be postponed. The dancers are recovering and are planning a week of performances on
[FROM THE BRICK THEATER] Rape. Murder. Homosexuality. Abortion. Treason. Incest. Paganism. Divorce. Imperialism. Profanity. Communism. Infanticide. Racketeering. Perversion. Drugs. Terrorism. Taxation. Cannibalism. Sensationalism. Secularism. Flag-burning. Torture. And Genocide. Yes, there’s no doubt about it, New Yorkers ARE a diverse and exciting people. And if it
I saw Pavol Liska’s Three Sisters last night at CSC. As Culturebot readers know, we try not to do reviews. But I will certainly offer up a strong recommendation. This is a fantastic production! It is only playing until January 16th, so see it before
I just received an e-mail from ERS. If you were planning on seeing GATZ, there’s been a little bit of a change in plans. Due to unfortunate circumstances beyond their control ERS will not be able to present public performances of Gatz. After lengthy negotiations,
“I always tell myself that even if we had a million dollars, this would be the choice,” he said. “Theater people make excuses – ‘If we only had more money.’ No. Work with what you have. Havel and the dissidents didn’t have money.” So says
The other day in the Times Margo Jefferson wrote an article with the headline Words to the Wise Performance Artist: Get Help. Collaborate. Grow. Pretty insightful and something that I’ve heard discussed a lot recently in the world of performing arts. I can think of
This week 2005 starts off with a mad rush of compelling shows. This is just a quick entry to give a heads-up, and we will follow up with more details once we get caught up!! But some of the cool stuff this week includes: Sarah