Dance-theater ensemble Nellie Tinder ( www.nellietinder.org) is seeking a smart male performer for a dance play about family. Does not have to be a trained dancer but should be comfortable (or game) working with physicality and developing choreography. Should be comfortable with heightened text.
that’s what Lyn Gardner say in this article in the Guardian.
“For all that it is acknowledged to be a disease afflicting millions — we are as much a Prozac Nation as a Fast Food Nation — depression remains culturally quarantined.” and “The defining tragedy of severe depression is that it comes without an objective correlative
I know its two weeks away but I want you all the MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW for PRELUDE ’07! Why? Because it is going to ROCK!! Prelude ’07 is September 26-29, 2007 at the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center of the Graduate Center at CUNY.
Friday night we went to see the first preview performance of Ivo Van Hove’s The Misanthrope at NYTW. It was still really rough around the edges but it was definitely interesting. Very contemporary, hip, European – lots of video, clever props, stylish costumes and set.
This Fall workshop will focus on the creation of one-woman plays and performance works. Headed by acclaimed writer/performer Dael Orlanderwmith, this 8-week course will focus on exploring dramatic structures for solo performers, and the creation of new work. Both a traditional play structure and alternative
13P (Thirteen Playwrights, Inc.), the OBIE Award-winning theater company comprised of 13 playwrights, will present the world premiere of Ann Marie Healy’s (P#6) “HAVE YOU SEEN STEVE STEVEN?” to be directed by 2007 OBIE Award-winning director Anne Kauffman. “HAVE YOU SEEN STEVE STEVEN” will be
9/11 is on a tuesday again, just like it was in ’01. It is hard to believe, sometimes, that it was six years ago. at the time i worked on the 21st floor of the woolworth building and i had just sat down at my
“Masha, Masha, why do you always wear black?” “I’m in mourning for my life.” I love that. What an awesome way to open a play! The RSC’s production of The Seagull, though not without its faults, was totally enjoyable and actually kind of inspiring. We
Culturebot went to see Sir Ian’s Willie, er, I mean, William Shakespeare’s King Lear starring Ian McKellen at BAM last night. It was Theatre with a capital T!! Lots of bluff and bluster and British-y accents. Beautiful set, great sound design. It was everything one
…. for some upcoming-not-to-miss events. Tickets on sale now for BAM’s incredible season opening with The Seagull by the Royal Shakespeare Company, towards the end Batsheva Dance Company will be returning with “three” ….. their tickets will probably sell out, so hop on it! Tickets
This just in: 3LD is looking for artists making cutting edge, hybrid theater, dance, performance and installation work, who are taking risks and want to work with technology to be a part of their EARLY DEVELOPMENT ARTIST RESIDENCY PROGRAM. This program is for groups with