Okay the listing in the New Yorker says: BEOWULF: A THOUSAND YEARS OF BAGGAGE Shotgun Players perform a comedy with music derived from the epic poem. Written by Jason Craig, with music by Dave Malloy; Rod Hipskind directs. In previews. Opens April 5. (Abrons Arts
Seis actores nacidos en la década del setenta y principios del ochenta reconstruyen la juventud de sus padres a partir de fotos, cartas, cintas, ropa usada, relatos, recuerdos borrados. ¿Quiénes eran mis padres cuando yo nací? ¿Cómo era la Argentina cuando yo no sabía hablar?
Hola Culturebot readers, Aqui Shoshana Polanco, the new Spanish Language Editor. Me da mucho placer anunciarles que a partir de hoy, you will be reading some news from the Spanish speaking world. Gracias Andy to give me this opportunity! Hasta pronto! Shoshana
I just got home from home, the new site-specific performance from (and featuring) Noemie LaFrance. So I’m going to start by saying I liked the piece. I really enjoyed it; I found it fascinating and engaging and I loved the way Noemie involved the intimate
American Premiere of Lolita: An Imagined Opera April 3 • 7:30PM April 4 • 8:00PM April 5 • 3:00PM Alexander Kasser Theater in Montclair, NJ. Looks cool! To learn more, watch this video in which composer Joshua Fineberg speaks on his work:
Name: Bertie Ferdman Title/Occupation: Performance Artist, Scholar, Teacher, and Curator Organization/Company: Ex.Pgirl, MESTC/CUNY, Adjunct Lecturer (theatre) at City College, CUNY and Manhattanville URL(s): http://www.here.org http://www.thesegalcenter.org/ 1. Where did you grow up and how did you end up where you are now? I grew up in Puerto
The latest entry in some interesting branded culture offerings we’ve been looking at recently comes from Marc and Sara Schiller of the Wooster Collective – the sprawling online catalog the Schillers have run since 2001 that captures ephemeral street art around the globe. (And yes,