Choreographer Dayna Hanson, formerly of the seminal Seattle dance-theatre company 33 Fainting Spells, debuts a new evening-length work, “Gloria’s Cause,” starting Dec. 2 at On the Boards.
Culturebot has Five Questions for director Oliver Butler who is currently working on Lally Katz’s “Goodbye New York” which opens December 2, 2010 at HERE Arts Center.
Last week took us to see two very different solo shows: Edwin Lee Gibson’s “Five ‘Til (Solo)” and Samuael Topiary’s “Landscape With The Fall of Icarus”
Pass the Blutwurst, Bitte, John Kelly’s masterpiece of dance, film and music, dramatically depicts the life of Viennese expressionist, Egon Schiele (1890 – 1918), whose erotic paintings once got him jailed for pornography. At LaMama, December 2-19, 2010.
Choreographer Julian Barnett’s Super Natural is at DNA thru Sunday afternoon. Jeremy mentions the show in this week’s roundup. You’ve mentioned that a lot of artists seem stuck or tied to reliving Rainier’s No Manifesto; that many of today’s American artists are struggling with a
A weekend’s worth of showgoing from the trusty crew here at Culturebot.
“The Marriage of Maria Braun” at BAM is an excellent example of contemporary German theater while “Edgewise” at Walkerspace is an example of theater that is made for television.
Video from TCG’s STAGE MATTERS: Stage Matters from Theatre Communications Group on Vimeo.
Jonah Bokaer is at once ubiquitous, driven and remarkably humble; he answered questions for Culturebot amidst preparations for the U.S. premiere of ANCHISES, a tour to Miami for his recent work, Replica, and who knows how many other things.
Culturebot Contributor Maura Donohue has five questions for choreographer Lar Lubovitch.
Andy’s rundown of his week of shows including THROW at the Chocolate Factory, BASTARD at LaMama and MONTGOMERY PARK at Incubator Arts Project.
Pavel Zuštiak discusses the first part of The Painted Bird Trilogy, a new, year-long performance work, opening this Thursday at La Mama.