… that is according to Nina Katchadourian. In the NYTimes today, you can read about her public art project at Liberty and William Streets in Lower Manhattan. Use a large scale touristy-telescope to peek into the window of a commercial building, then translate a code
This just in from Nick Hallett of Darmstadt. DARMSTADT: Classics of the Avant-Garde performance series at Galapagos celebrates its second anniversary with an annual performance of Terry Riley’s In C. Join hosts Zach Layton and Nick Hallett for DARMSTADT “Classics of the Avant Garde” as
“Operation Lysistrata,” a documentary of The Lysistrata Project by Michael Patrick Kelly, will have two screenings here in New York: Tuesday, December 5, (free pizza & beer!) and Wednesday, December 13, 7PM @ the Two Boots Pioneer Theater, 155 East 3rd Street (btwn. Ave. A
Which downtown theater known for its political bent is, supposedly, packing it in? Rumor has it that the The Culture Project‘s IMPACT Festival was a financial disaster and that, after too long living off of the revenues from The Exonerated and Bridge and Tunnel that
Are you thinking about dance theater? FIVEFOUR is, and theyre puzzling it out with performances at Triskelion Arts this weekend. The evening, shared with Launch Movement Experiment, Anne Zuerner, and Ali Harmer, (who also performs with FIVEFOUR) is mostly a series of duets often
Juliana F. May/MAYDANCE is holding auditions. She is looking for one woman for a show at Joyce Soho this March 15-17. Rehearsals are Monday Evenings and Friday afternoons/ evenings starting immediately with a break from Dec 19-Jan 6. When: Monday November 27, 6-8 pm Where:
Last night’s panel discussion was really great. If you want to listen to it, it is available for streaming/podcast from George Hunka’s site.
What are you doing tonight? Tomorrow? Friday? Saturday? Sunday? Do yourself a favor, put the TV remote down, stop googling your ex-girlfriend and pony up the $15 to see Polybe and Seats’ new play The Charlotte Salomon Project: Life? Or Theater? at the rockin’ Brooklyn
Wednesday Culturebot will be on a panel at CUNY’s Segal Center for a discussion on blogging and criticism. Moderated by George Hunka, the panel will feature yours truly along with Aussie blogger Alison Croggon of Theatre Notes (apparently teleconferencing from Melbourne, Australia!) and Matt Johnston.
Culturebot should probably not admit this, but he had never seen Georg Büchner’s Woyzeck before. Oh sure, he read it in college and knew the basics – story of a soldier, ahead-of-its-time, first play from the perspective of the common man, harbinger of the modern
The Thursday Problem in association with Working Man’s Clothes is seeking scripts for an upcoming production called, ahem, Fuckplays. About the project: From American Apparel ads to Sex and the City, we live in a dream world of constant fucking and endless possibilities. But in
If youve seen a dance performance at Danspace or DTW, participated in a work-in-progress showing at Dixon Place or Movement Research, or attended just about any performance, showing, panel discussion or party in the Downtown Dance community, chances are youve rubbed elbows with Doug Post.