Culturebot’s tip for this weekend is John Jesurun’s Philoktetes at Soho Rep. From their website: Ten years after abandoning Philoktetes on an island, his fellow soldiers return, now forced to ask for his help. Jesurun’s signature hybrid of vernacular and lyrical language, cinematic and stage
As Altria leaves New York, arts groups will see major funding gaps. read the article in the International Herald Tribune.
just found out that radiohole are doing fluke this weekend out at the hole before heading out on the road. from nonsensenyc: Have a cold beer and enjoy a surreal, non-stop thrill ride of the imagination — a psychedelic merry-go-round of rocking-boats, aquatic view-holes, hundreds
THIS JUST IN: A peculiar fable from the producers of GOD’S EAR and DEAD CITY! In a hot dry land, where life is nothing but diggin’ and eatin’ and prayin’ and sleepin’… there lives a lad who’s astonished by the arrival of his, uh… manhood.
Well it’s Monday and we had a crazy weekend at PRELUDE. All the performances were great and well-attended. Panel discussions were engaging and fruitful. Here’s a shout out to all the artists and panelists, my co-curators Frank Hentschker and Geoffrey Scott, associate producer Meg Araneo,