Just a reminder, tomorrow is World AIDS Day (December 1). here’s some links: Light to Unite Link and Think World AIDS Campaign Join Red Project Inform visual AIDS
THURSDAY DEC. 7 MONKEY TOWN HOLIDAY PARTY A Benefit for Monkey Town featuring LIVE, in his only New York appearance for 2006,MY ROBOT FRIEND…and the crackpot genius of DYNASTY HANDBAG plus NO ORDINARY MONKEY DJs, a Lightshow by Luke Dubois, Adam Kendall, Ray Sweeten among
EMPAC – the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute announces the launch of the EMPAC DANCE MOViES Commission, a new commissioning program to support the creation of new works in the field of experimental dance for the screen. Through the
Lest you think the theatre blogosphere is all highbrow discussions and heated aesthetic debates, we bring you this poll from What’s Good/What Blows, where you can vote for the worst bathrooms Off-Broadway(via The Playgoer). The poll doesn’t include a lot of small downtown spaces, many
Now that Thanksgiving is over and the magical capitalism fairies put up the winter holidy decorations in participating stores and locations overnight, here’s an early Christmas/Hannukah/Kwanzaa/et al gift from me to you: Attention dancers! chashama is privvy to some great dance space with sprung floors.
So I was just having dinner with a friend and the movie shortbus came up. I haven’t seen it yet but I hear it is pretty racy. Then we started talking about the history of sex onstage. Could you conceivably stage something like shortbus? In
Tuesday night is the opening of nightlife legend Rob Roth‘s Screen Test at P.S.122, featuring Theo Kogan (formerly of Lunachicks) and her new band Theo and the Skyscrapers. In Screen Test rock show collides with video installation. Conceived and directed by Rob Roth with Theo
Check out this great preview of Theatre Couture’s Carrie in the “week ahead” section of the Times!
Okay, so, now The Times comes in and says that the real story is that Culture Project is just moving. Um. They wouldn’t have even known about the story if we hadn’t published the buzz, probably. And secondly, I don’t buy it. I mean, CP
Culturebot recently reported a rumor that the Culture Project may be on its way out. According to The New York Timesthe 10-year-old nonprofit is just relocating, not folding. According to Campbell Robertson: The reason for the move surprise, surprise is rent. At its
This summer in Edinburgh I saw Farm in the Cave’s Sclavi: The Song of an Emigrant at Aurora Nova. This Prague-based physical theater collective really blew audiences away. Want to join them? They’re seeking a professional male actor/dancer. Here’s what they sent: Multi awarded winner
“Celebrating diversity and promoting affirmative action, Michaels writes [in The Trouble With Diversity], has turned the political left “into the accomplice rather than the opponent of the right.” Here’s how: Racists used to tell Americans that the differences that mattered among people had to do