Movement Research at the Judson Church applications for the Spring 2011 Season are due THURSDAY SEPT 30.
“The Office” meets Richard Foreman in Title:Point Productions’ “Field 309” at the Incubator Arts Project.
NewsWrights United, a group of Seattle-based playwrights, is re-thinking how to make theatre in order to tackle relevant issues in the new media era.
The Field, at OpenPlans Penthouse, celebrates the publication of We Are No Longer Strangers, with a keynote address by national cultural activist, Arlene Goldbard, and panel discussion led by New York City choreographer, Maura Nguyen Donohue.
Batsheva Company’s Project 5is billed as an evening-length work but feels more like a sampler pack.
Performance Space 122 seeks male actors of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds between the age of 20 and 30 to serve as a “group” in an interactive performance for audiences of one.
Australian Cabaret Hellcat MEOW MEOW comes to Joe’s Pub for a very limited engagement. If you’ve never seen her in action, now’s your chance.
The Walker in MPLS presents the American premiere of Canadian dancer/choreographer Crystal Pite and her company Kidd Pivot Frankfurt RM’s work DARK MATTERS as part of their Adventures in New Puppetry series. Looks Cool.
A pair of critics from the Guardian have started a conversation about whether and when it’s appropriate to talk about looks, good or bad.
New York City Opera’s VOX: Contemporary American Opera Lab is now accepting proposals for their 2011 season.
Inquiring minds want to know: Who thought this was a good idea?