This weekend, Levi Gonzales premiers his first completed work in 4 years at Brooklyn Arts Exchange. The result of a year-long BAX Artist Residency, “Intimacy” is a solo performance that uses text, meditation and movement and was developed in collaboration with dramaturg Susan Mar Landau.
Your (usually) weekly weekend what’s what from the intrepid underpaid staff of Cullturebot
Low Lives Festival of Live Networked Performance is this Friday & Saturday, featuring excerpts of performance from all over as well as the entirety of Catherine Cabeen’s “Into the Void,” live from Seattle
Ryoji Ikeda will transform Park Avenue Armory’s Drill Hall into a dynamic digital and sonic environment from May 20 – June 11, 2011.
Why solo performance?, SF’s foolsFURY brings ensemble theater to town, and oh yeah–where are all the dance blogs?
Culturebot’s Maura Donohue talks to DanceNOW’s Executive Artistic Director and Producer Robin Staff.
Just got home from the PS122 Gala – another fabulous, star-encrusted evening of downtown and glamour and fun. Being old, I didn’t stay for the after-party, which I’m sure will rage ’til the dawn. But
Five reasons to catch this show on its third (and perhaps last) tour of duty.
I’ve been thinking about how watching live performance is often an act of meditative practice for me. I’ve considered this before, but Andy’s recent post about watching performance as a spiritual practice was quite eloquent and inspiring. It has had me actively pondering how to
I have to be honest, I’m not sure I entirely understand what this is, but my old pal performance artist Drew Pisarra is putting it together and it looks pretty interesting. It is called Alembic #13: Now Repeat in Steinese and it is a performance event based on Gertrude Stein.