PRELUDE.10 asks a blunt question that straddles funding, audience and disciplinary tensions pervasive in our contemporary performance sector: “Why Does Live Matter?”
There are no chickens anywhere on the superbly decorated submarine on which Charlotte Ford’s CHICKEN takes place—no real chickens, and no metaphorical ones, either. Lauren Dubowski reviews the show.
As a preview, Lauren Dubowski talks with the Festival’s Producing Director, Nick Stuccio, about what’s new and exciting in the Live Arts this year.
Vision Disturbance, a new play by Christina Masciotti, directed by Richard Maxwell, is spare, compact and moving.
Five Questions for Belinda McKeon, whose play “Graham and Frost” will be playing at PS122 Thursday, September 16 – Sunday, October 3, 2010 as part of the the 1st Irish Theatre Festival in NYC.