Apparently production delays resulted in the cancellation of this past weekend’s performances of THE OCTOROON. We’re looking forward to it when it opens on this week at PS122.
For the latest installment of Culturebot’s FIVE QUESTIONS series, contributor Timothy Braun talks to SF-based dancer/performance artist Mary Ann Brooks.
Next weekend in Los Angeles is collision/theory’s BLOOD RED LOST HEAD DEAD FALCON: THE NIBELUNGEN which deconstructs the ancient Nibelungen tale into a wild, multi-media performance piece.
To those readers flipping the stations of their microaerophile attention spans, X-TINA, a short film directed by yours temporarily, was in the marginalia (literally the basement) at Cannes Film Fest but there nonetheless. This event, held annually for two weeks in May, is over ergo rendering this screed not so much a blog entry but more like a redactive memoir or advice column from the rotting corpses of my former selves. It is, as I am, not bad (meaning: talent-free) as much as naughty.
“Uugghh!” says the “prince” as he lands, more or less in a heap, on the stage. And then again, “Uugghh!” Each entrance brings titters, giggles and outright laughs from the audience in the theater at Dance New Amsterdam. But not from the six half-naked young
One of Culturebot’s favorite theater companies, Norway’s Verdensteatret, will present their new work And All The Questionmarks Started to Sing at THEATER DER WELT 2010 in ESSEN, GERMANY on the following schedule: 08 July 8:00 PM German premiere 09 July 8:00 PM with public talk
George Stamos is a great mover. He dances with precision, style, grace and incredibly fluidity. In CLOAK, which we saw on Thursday night at the the Baryshnikov Arts Center, Stamos was joined by Luciane Pinto and Clara Furey in a three-person interdisciplinary exploration of identity.
Queen’s based artist Malini Srinivasan guest-curated a South-Asian Classical/Contemporary Dance program for the LaMama Moves Festival. The diverse program, in the Ellen Stewart Theatre at The Annex, included works by artists all working from the classical Indian form Bharatanatyam. While keeping her eye on the
Denver Center Theatre Company, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company and The Wooster Group have been selected to participate in Round 4 of the Innovation Lab for the Performing Arts, an intensive training and immersion program that supports prototyping of innovations at nonprofit theater, dance, jazz and presenting organizations.
The Watermill Center Residency Program began in 2006, when the Center officially opened as a year-round facility. Over the course of the program, up to twenty collectives or individual artists take up residence at the Center to create collaborative works that critically investigate, challenge, and
Who says there’s no art on Staten Island? Culturebot just got a press release for LUMEN – “a cutting-edge video art and projection festival featuring site-specific video installations, 3D-video technology, sound-based performances, and art interventions by artists around the globe.” Featuring work by emerging Staten
The June 2010 issue of Critical Correspondence is online with some great content. There’s Lili Chopra’s interview with Raimund Hogue , Levi González spoke with Isabel Lewis about the making of Strange Action, recently at PS122, and about her experience of Berlin, where she’s spent