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Collective: Unconscious is looking for a smart and quick technical supervisor. This is a freelance position working primarily with the theater’s subsidized rental program. The job description is at http://www.weird.org/help_wanted/ and below TECHNICAL SUPERVISOR Submit resume to: email@example.com General requirements: Collective: Unconscious is seeking to
The New York Musical Theatre Festival has been growing into a really interesting festival. Also, in addition to more traditional musicals, has endeavored to include more unusual work. I saw one of my favorite shows from the past year at the NY MUsical Theatre Festival
jbird and rebecca brooks (otherwise known as AUNTS) have been throwing dance/performance parties for awhile. This March they’re doing a series of “SNL & Conan O’Brien & Pina Bausch-inspired Dance Parties” Fridays in March the 3, the 10, the 17 10pm Panetta Movement Center 214
The set designer William Moser turned to me as we were staring up into the rafters and exclaimed, What does that say on your ass? I had tucked in my shirt for the run-through of Act I so as not to draw attention to the
so its been a pretty busy week/end for culturebot: Wednesday with the opening of Sara Juli’s The Money Conversation (now-closed) at P.S. 122. Thursday we saw, um, we don’t remember. Were you there? Remind us. We were tired from Wednesday night. Friday we saw Kristen
We just found out about this today. The Legendary Voluptuous Horror Of Karen Black will be bringing their new show, The Sound of Magic, to Deitch gallery next week.. The performance will take place at Deitch Projects 18 Wooster Street gallery on February 23rd and
The Muses have left the building . . . Jesse J is cranky because I outted him online, Jack has finally gone fully to other side never to be heard from again and the play I am doing is driving the participants insane. Oh yeah,
Gia Kourlas has an interesting article in the Times called “The Bare Essentials of Dance” – but it talks about a lot more than just dance. It is kind of an overview of nudity in performance over the past 40 years.
Sometimes it’s like LaMama has been there so long (and seems like it will always be there) that you just take it for granted. But then you read something like this profile of Ellen Stewart in the NY Times and you remember what an amazing
Everything is a struggle, lemme tell ya. Its a good day if I can get through it without getting fired or into a fistfight. Apologies to Mr. Roboto for all the political digressions. Time to put away the Soap Box and get back into the