just a quick heads-up and a note to mark your calendars – NTUSA will be premiering their production of Moliere’s Don Juan at The Chocolate Factory from February 6 – March 1. Alright!
We got an email from Primary Stages promoting Brooke Berman‘s upcoming show Hunting and Gathering. They’re having an “Apartment Horror Story” contest with a chance to win a pair of tickets to opening night. Here’s the scoop from their website: Everyone has a story, and
Kate Valk, Kiki Smith, Martha Wilson, Linda Yablonsky, Linda Chapman, Deborah Thomas, Howie Seligman, Eve Biddle, Mary Smith and Ulla Dydo invite you to come be our Valentines and celebrate the launch of The Relationship – a performance group directed by Fiona Templeton with Janet
We went to LaMama late Saturday night to see North and lemme tell ya, that Heather Christian is something else. And I mean that in a good way. Every once in a while you see someone perform and you’re like, “Yep. This one’s gonna take
So I went to the AboveGroundZero festival this weekend to see Emily Conbere‘s Broken Dog Legs/The Jamal Lullabies, which I enjoyed. I actually didn’t know there was a festival, I just went to see the show. Apparently the festival was inspired by – or is
Hi! Just a note to all the various contributors Culturebot has had over the past 4+ years – and to my loyal readers. I f’ed up when I exported the content from the old site and imported it into the new site. All the entries
Starting tonight and throughout the weekend I’m going to try and catch up on the rest of Under The Radar – Phew! (Click here to listen to a great WNYC article on the festival!) I’m hoping to check out Act/Now – the Love Everybody Movement‘s
Oh it just might be a whole new era!
I just got DTW‘s brochure in the mail and their upcoming season looks awesome! I’m sure its all great, but here’s the stuff I’m particularly gonna bust my butt to see: February features Argentinian choreographer Diana Szeinblum’s Alaska which I’m sure will be a real
I was going to complain about David Mamet’s new comedy November which opens January 17th at The Barrymore. I was going to explain how I was a theater major at a university near Chicago in the late 80’s when David Mamet was a really big
Voice & Vision’s Playwriting Workshop for Women Playwrights Tuesdays, Feb 19th-April 9th, With a final presentation of excerpts from the workshop on April 15th 6:30 – 9:30pm; Location: 520 8th Avenue, 3rd floor Fee: $475 Taught by Lisa D’Amour FOCUS: CHARACTER AND PLACE This Workshop
Here’s another one that looks kinda interesting: (from the press release) THE TED HAGGARD MONOLOGUES A fictional retelling of the Ted Haggard scandal New York, NY — Collective: Unconscious presents the winner of Artistic Excellence Prize at its Undergroundzero Festival: THE TED HAGGARD MONOLOGUES, January