Camille A. Brown and Andrea Miller and Kate Weare and Monica Bill Barnes present two programs from August 9-14, 2010 at The Joyce Theater.
Wendy Perron has a thoughtful blog post on the Dance Magazine website about young choreographers who blog about the process of making dances. She says: There’s an annoying new trend of blogging about the process of making a dance. I am not talking about Tere
Culturebot Contributor Calamity West sat down for Five Questions with Jonathan L. Green from Chicago’s Sideshow Theatre Company.
Late last week and over the weekend, trying to dodge out on the heat, I caught three of the performances in the closing week of undergroundzero festival at P.S. 122.
DANCE THEATER WORKSHOP was awarded $75K from Robert Sterling Clark Foundation to expand The Suitcase Fund: A Project of Ideas and Means in Cross-Cultural Artist Relations into the Middle East and Africa.
Saturday night took us to the Incubator Arts Project to see 31 Down‘s Red Over Red, playing until August 7th. On the surface Red Over Red is a play about fear of flying, but it is as much about the fear of commitment, problems in relationships and the difficulties of communication.
Vermont Newspaper 7 Days has a great article about John Killacky, the incoming E.D. of the Flynn Center in Burlington.
The BadCulture blog has an interview with John Kreidler, one of the minds behind Medici’s Lever – a web based tool designed to model the dynamics of cultural policy in an urban environment. [h/t to Thomas Cott for the link]
The New York Times has a great article by Jeffrey Rosen called “The Web Means The End of Forgetting.” What if the worst thing you’ve done is often the first thing everyone knows about you?
Check out Culturebot’s Five Questions with Raphael Xavier who will be appearing Week Two (July 29-31) of REDCAT’s New Original Works (NOW) Festival.
On the first anniversary of Merce Cunningham’s passing, the dance community comes together to pay tribute to his influence by using his methods in his familiar spirit of rigorous play. Monday, July 26th at 6PM at Rockefeller Park in Battery Park City
Melt is the newest production of Noemie LaFrance. In the show seven dancers are perched on a wall and wrapped in sculptural beeswax and lanolin costumes that slowly melt away. It will be performed August 18-29, 2010 at the Salt Pile, corner of Pike Slip and South Street.