Elevator Repair Service has been called “The best experimental theater troupe in town” by New York Magazine. Most Culturebot readers are familiar with their work, but if you aren’t you should be. Join us this thursday for the opening night of No Great Society at
Urban Research Theater is looking for participants. We don’t know much about them, but it seems like an interesting project. According The Urban Research Theater is an ongoing laboratory for practical research in physical and vocal craft. Elements of work such as movement structures and
new dance alliance presents the 20TH anniversary performance mix festival – six evenings featuring experimental dance, music, and multi-disciplined works from boston, new york city, philadelphia, washington, d.c., montreal,toronto,winnipeg and toulouse, france at joyce soho 155 mercer street. pre-performance video documentary: looking back, edited by
Solar One is currently accepting submissions for its Second Annual Solar Powered Dance Festival to take place over two weekends this summer, as part of the 2006 Solar Powered Arts Festival. Emerging artists are strongly encouraged to submit materials for consideration by the festival selection
Pentacle and the Hunter College Dance Program Present EXPLORING OPPORTUNITIES: Foundations for Your Artistic Vision. This is a retreat devoted to the professional infrastructure of the art form and teaching artists how to gain real skills and experience in the business of dance Saturday, February
Deranged children, Tenessee Williams’ grandmas, hasidic landlords, ancient men of wisdom, possessed woodland creatures, pop stars, and yes, the one and only Liza Minnelli gather but once a year in the Dark Forest. There, they face an evil so deep, so dangerous, so disturbing, that
We just received an email announcing The Orchard Project, a dynamic theatre center empowering the development of new voices, productions and ideas by bringing diverse companies and artists together in an ideal collaborative space. Located in a former resort on 80 acres within the Catskill
What’s a little spinal fluid between you and a friend? Screw it. And what’s a little bit of alcohol poisoning? And what’s a little fight? Tomorrow you’ll be boys again –Drug Ballad, Eminem The import hoochie bounced so Jesse J. invited me to a pool
31Grand and Fine Art in Space recently presented PodART, the first group exhibition of video art intended to be viewed and sold solely on the iPod. The artists that participated included Gogol Bordello, Th’ Legendary Shack*Shakers Jason Clay Lewis, Nelson Loskamp, MTAA, Marisa Olson, Eugenio
Culturebot readers may recall that back in June we talked with Morgan Pecelli and Daniel Nelson, curators of Outside/Input, the Ontological’s new interdisciplinary development series. Well, the artists were selected in December and have been working over the past few months to make their work.
In case you were wondering what the deal is with APAP, check out this article in the NY TIMES.
Phew! What a crazy few days. What has happened since last we spoke? On Sunday we started early at the HERE Hybrid Performance Brunch where we saw excerpts from work by their HARP artists. That was pretty fun. Later we came back to P.S.122 to