This twenty-something-year-old film is so deeply offensive and pornographic that the only place you can only find it is everywhere but the Smithsonian.
Toni Dove’s “scratchable film” comes to the Kitchen for three nights only.
Yes, Mr. Macaulay, it is appropriate sometimes to discuss a performer’s body, but not just so you can make fat jokes.
Choreographer Yanira Castro was recently asking me where she might take her son as he ages into a potential viewer of live performance. The New Victory Theater came up immediately as a venue that consistently brings quality work to town from elsewhere; many of the
Lally Katz’s “Goodbye New York, Goodbye Heart” at HERE talks the talk (and keeps on talking), but never manages the walking part.
Andrew O’Hagan on the adaptation of his books for National Theatre of Scotland. See him in NYC Dec 7 at Barnes & Noble, 86th/Lex, on THE LIFE AND OPINIONS OF MAF THE DOG, AND OF HIS FRIEND MARILYN MONROE.
Nichole Canuso Dance and The Mural and the Mint pair up in “As the Eyes of the Seahorse” at HERE.
DTW and the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company officially announce their merger to become New York Live Arts.
A World AIDS Day video from Irish dance company Fitzgerald & Stapleton.
Vesturport Theatre’s “Metamorphosis” at BAM is Kafka reimagined as European sitcom.
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.