let’s see…Culturebot has been all caught up in the holiday hubbub and some personal life transition stuff that has resulted in a serious lack of posts. We saw Yellow Face at The Public and quite enjoyed it, thank you very much. Hm. What else? Oh
This has nothing to do with theater or performance or anything but I was just surfing around the ol’ interweb when I stumbled upon this collection of photos on a spanish website called “the life of american vagabonds“. I googled it and it looks like
Sometimes an event comes along that seems so cool and out-there that I don’t want to post it because it’ll sell out and I won’t get in. This is one of them. Tom Swirly’s Psych-o-delic Circus a strange avant-garde musical/talk show with variety acts, weirdness
I’ll be honest, I probably haven’t read, much less seen, a Harold Pinter play since college. I think I saw a bad production of Betrayal about ten years ago and that was it. Mostly it seems like Pinter is someone who’s name gets dropped when
oh i’ve been meaning to post about this for awhile. Friend-of-Culturebot Alex Reeves and his pal Stefan Marolachakis have started a very cool new online magazine called Take The Handle. It features all kinds of good stuff: fiction, non-fiction, “how-to” (this is the “how-to” issue).
We highly recommend 500 Clown Frankenstein! If you wanna see some top-drawer physical theater/clowning, it is just the ticket. Sophisticated literate slapstick, big on laughs highbrow and low. Its at PS122 this weekend and next, followed by 500 Clown Christmas!
Join The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center at CUNY for an evening investigating the performing arts and the geography of New York City. The evening will feature the work of three artists whose site specific work utilizes cityspace in surprisingly new and challenging ways. Panel
well the old culturebot inbox is starting to get filled up with all the different press releases for all the various shows in Under The Radar. And its understandable, since the line-up is really strong. Young Jean Lee, Jay Scheib, Reggie Watts, Mike Daisey, Superamas….
I’m just wondering if Ben Brantley and I saw the same show. He loved The Seafarer. I was so bored I nearly fell asleep. At first I thought the play was just starting off slowly, but then it just kept going. And going. And going….nowhere.
Hey Kids – So as you may be able to tell, Culturebot is playing a little bit of catch-up here. He has been surprisingly busy, given recent events, and has neglected the site. I’m just going through the inbox trying to post as much as
This just in from Blake Zidell: THE TIGER LILLIES RETURN TO ST. ANN’S WAREHOUSE WITH SUICIDE FOR CHRISTMAS Punk Cabaret Band to Perform Depraved Holiday Music December 13, 14, 15 at 8:00 P.M. What: St. Ann¹s Warehouse presents The Tiger Lillies Suicide for Christmas Where:
HERE’s Artist Residency Program is a great opportunity to develop work. They’ve really ramped up the program in the past few years and have been steadily nurturing a lot of new artists and innovative work. From the email I received: Applications are due on January