Pavel Zustiak’s “Amidst,” at Baryshnikov Arts Center this past weekend, isn’t guilty of obscure titling.
French director Antoine Viviani presents a new web-based documentary exploring artistic intervention in daily urban life
Ellis Wood will be performing her evening-length solo “Mom” at NYU/Tisch this Friday at 7:30. I’ve known Ellis since we both performed solos for DTW’s Fresh Tracks back in 1995 and have seen early versions of this solo, which won last year’s DanceNow (NYC) Challenge.
Portland’s TBA Festival is heavy on NYC artists, with a pair of great NW choreographers rounding out Cathy Edwards’ last season on the job as curator
Susan Marshall & Company celebrated its 25th anniversary last weekend with a pair of works using both performance spaces at the Baryshnikov Arts Center. The company is at New Haven’s Festival of Arts and Ideas (curated by Cathy Edwards) with versions of both works opening
The Edinburgh Fringe’s catalogue is released, and CBOT idly scrolls through it over lunch trying to figure out what we’ve heard of
Seattle and Portland showcase their best in festivals this month
Avia Moore closes up our coverage of Canadian festival time with a review of South Pacific Islander dance theater out of Auckland
Recent choreographic works by Dean Moss and Yanira Castro invite an examination of interactivity in contemporary performance
Culturebot’s Jeremy Finch catches Brooklyn’s LAVA downtown, in a new show that mixes dance and acrobatics into an engaging and thoughtful performance
Vancouver, B.C.’s lauded Crystal Pite unveils her newest creation in Montreal
Contributor Avia Moore continues her tour of Canadian summer theater festivals at Ottawa’s Magnetic North, where she encounters everything from icon Daniel MacIvor to a controversial take on Orthodox Jewish life