Stanford Makishi has announced that he will step down as executive director at The Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC). Mr. Makishi will remain in his position until February 28.
A split-bill of Gallim Dance’s “For Glenn Gould” and Sidra Bell’s “POOL” make for an unfortunately disappointing evening
Why will dancers let you into rehearsal but not actors? What is the difference between challenging and abusing your audience? Why doesn’t Mike Daisey care that Steve Jobs is ill? All this and more, from around the interwebs.
Hand2Mouth’s Erin Leddy debuts her solo show at Portland’s new theater festival
Now I’m sniffling and coughing and bed-ridden. But it was worth it. Here’s Andy’s Week That Was.
A conversation with Jeramy Zimmerman, the creator and producer behind FLICfest, Brooklyn’s new dance festival that runs January 20-29, 2011.
Columbia University School of the Arts and Performance Space 122 are joining forces to launch The Arts Collaboration Lab, a pioneering intensive summer workshop and residency program for artists and arts students. The Arts Collaboration Lab will inaugurate its pilot season on Columbia’s campus in July 2011.
Ellen Stewart, the legendary Founder and Director of the La MaMa E.T.C. died on Thursday, January 13, 2011 at Beth Israel Hospital in Manhattan.
News from around the interwebs: Theater gets political (and politicized), dance goes contortionist in the new economy, Portland fields its best up-and-coming theatrical talent & more.
The Public Theater is presenting a benefit performance of “Being Harold Pinter” on Monday, January 17th at 7PM, hosted by Tom Stoppard and Tony Kushner. They are also organizing a demo in front of the Belarus Embassy on Wednesday, January 19th.