Screen Test is director and visual artist Rob Roth’s latest multi-disciplinary work, currently on show at the Lower East Side’s Abrons Art Center. The piece is a one-hour long eerie, haunting, and sometimes tickling performance that takes place in the nightmarish apocalyptic setting of a
The Culture Warriors Thu, Nov 6 at 6:30pm Dance Theater Workshop, 219 W 19th Street. New York, NY, 10011 Full Spectrum and Dance Theater Workshop present a free panel discussion about mobilizing the creative community in the midst of the economic crisis with Patricia Cruz
When I first moved to New York in 1995 I only knew two people. One of them was the poet/performer/man-about-town Bobby Miller who hosted the reading series Verbal Abuse at the nightclub Mother. Mother was home to the phenomenal Jackie 60 parties and also the
hello hello! I’m Rachel Karpf, the new addition to the team Andy mentioned a few days ago. I’m a director, grant writer, and sometime producer based in Fort Greene. I’ll be contributing my thoughts on Culturebot’s theater beat and general NYC arts news/gossip. Behind the
I was watching Public Access and saw this fantastic short documentary/manifesto on new media distribution models created by Denver Open Media. It is called Opening Access and is “a half-hour special presentation of a bold new vision for community media. Combining archival footage with interviews
On October 26, 2008 I am officially aging out of the desirable demographic. Come push me over the hill and down the long slide into senescence and irrelevance. Andy’s Haunted Birthday and Benefit Party @ IRT 154 Christopher St. #3B NYC Saturday, October 25th 9PM
I was walking home and I found this in a garbage can in front of a swanky building on my block: I’m guessing that this girl told this dude to hit the highway. Or he dumped her and she threw out her magical wall of
Thursday night I was feeling exhausted. I had been through a bunch of meetings all day, tons of work and stuff. Then I went to a work-in-progress showing of some new work. I was really rundown and pretty much just going to go home and
I am swamped swamped swamped today so I can’t write in rapturous length about the sheer amazingness of the show I saw last night at BAM – the Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker/Steve Reich evening. OMG. It is rare that you see something that is almost perfect.
From my friend Nick: Zach Layton and I present our first DARMSTADT festival this week at ISSUE PROJECT ROOM in Brooklyn, entitled ESSENTIAL REPERTOIRE. Over the course of six concerts beginning tomorrow (Wednesday) evening, we present a loose survey of our favorite composers hailing
This Times article nails it – Sarah Palin would make a great television personality! But she’s not even remotely prepared to be a part of the federal government! Someone in the MSM offer her a sitcom or a hosting job ASAP!
I haven’t been to see CLAY at the LCT. I don’t really think I need to. Not to be dismissive but, um, I can’t imagine what possible relevance or interest I might find in a young, healthy white dude (from Northwestern – Go You N.U.!)