Isaac Butler has an interesting post on dramaturgy. He addresses the issue in a very succinct way and makes some good points. More later. Thank Isaac for starting the discussion!
“I consider myself a worker,” said David Greenspan, who has been an actor, writer and director in New York for nearly 30 years. “I’m facing the same things that workers are facing throughout the country.” five working New York City theater professionals talk about the
Closer to home – and sooner – is the Philly Live Arts festival. It starts August 31 and will feature lots of great work including ERS’ Gatz, The Wooster Group’s Emperor Jones and work from The Riot Group, Pig Iron, Lucidity Suitcase, New Paradise Laboratories,
So its that time of year again where all the fall calendars start coming in the mail. Good times! There’s going to be LOTS to do here in the Fall. woo-hoo! and some lucky folks are going to get to go to Portland for the
We just received the following e-mail letter: “To my dear friends, colleagues and Dance/NYC constituents: As you might have seen in this morning’s NY Times, I am today announcing my retirement from Dance/USA/NYC and the field after 36 years of serving dance artists. My retirement
yeah so I was listening to the doors, so sue me. I just thought I’d comment on how weird the weather is. it is practically autumnal. it is overcast, damp and cool. i like it. i’ve been seeing a lot of the young folks wearing
I think Iphigenia 2.0 at the Signature is still in previews. Not sure. Would like to read the script so I can compare what I saw to what I was supposed to see. Now let me begin by saying that I haven’t been feeling well.
hi everybody – just a quick note, an apology, for the paucity of updates. the midsummer blahs have set in and though there is an impressive amount of theater going on around town, your humble editor has hit the wall. we have been hearing great
“The vast majority of American historians no longer regard American culture — whether high culture or mainstream popular culture — as an essential area of study. The much-vaunted cultural turn in the humanities has run its course in one of the first disciplines it influenced.” Read the