Culturebot contributor DJ McDonald asks FIVE QUESTIONS of Greg Manley, Commissioner of the Circle Rules Federation and inventor of Circle Rules Football.
UCLA Live has officially extinguished the house lights on its signature international theater festival, eliminating theater from its 2010-11 schedule, announced Tuesday.
For their New York launch, London’s Future Cinema presents an immersive experience of Michaelangelo Antonioni’s 1966 iconic classic ‘Blow Up’ on Wednesday 30th June at 8PM at Shangri La Studios, 100 Sutton Street in Greenpoint. This event is FREE.
The final program for this year’s Dance Festival at La Mama was appropriately a mixed bill of artists hailing from far flung points of origin. As I mentioned in my post about the Hula program I saw in the larger Ellen Stewart Theatre at The
The 40th Annual Bumbershoot: Seattle’s Music & Arts Festival, taking place September 4-6 at Seattle Center, announces the Words & Ideas, Performing Arts, Spectacle, and Theatre program lineups.
Check out these Five Questions with Tere O’Connor whose WROUGHT IRON FOG plays at DTW June 23 – 26 at 7:30pm.
I will be making a special appearance at my friend Blaise’s reading series called “How I Learned…” on Wednesday, June 23rd at 8PM at Happy Ending Bar.
Hula is the soul of Hawaii expressed through dance, reflecting central ideas and historic or mythic events in tales told through hand gestures, chants and/or songs. Though once a form of worship, it has survived both the Protestant missionaries who banned it in 1800s and
Kristen Kosmas and friends’ new(ish) performance and reading series, the The Twenty-Five Cent Opera of San Francisco, has its latest installment Sunday June 27th at Barbes.
A disgruntled cast member sent out an embarrassing email invite to The Octoroon that subsequently got published in The Voice. Ouch.
The New York premiere of Brussels-based, French-Cambodian choreographer Emmanuèle Phuon’s fascinating collaborative investigation Khmeropédies I & II will be at BAC this week. Over the past two years, she has worked in Cambodia with dancers trained in classical Khmer dance.
RPI’s EMPAC announced the line-up for FILAMENT – a festival of new work in performance, visual arts, sound, and media that will be held in Troy, NY from October 1–3, 2010. It highlights EMPAC’s mission to support international and national artists in the creation and production of work via its residency and commissioning programs.