Where George Hunka irritates us enough to make us write about something we don’t like to write about (which isn’t to say he’s not a nice guy)
Starting this weekend, the Live Arts Festival brings a host of the best modern dance and experimental theater from around the world to Philadelphia
NYC’s The TEAM and Banana Bag and Bodice win critical accolades at Edinburgh
The Dublin Fringe Fest offers a smorgasbord of Ireland’s up-and-coming performance groups breaking with the Emerald Isle’s text-centric theatrical past
PS 122 maybe homeless, but they’ve got a pair of fine shows coming, Danspace Project’s season looks wonderful, and both institutions supporting Crossing the Line
Ireland’s Pan Pan Theatre works wonders staging a Beckett radio play
This September, BAM’s Next Wave Festival kicks off with a line-up that ranges from Kronos Quartet to the Berliner Ensemble, Big Dance Theater, John Jasperse, and the Merce Cunningham Company’s Farewell Tour
Seattle choreographers share the Princess Grace Foundation’s 2011 Choreography Awards
A new essay on Howlround has ideas for improving children’s theater by ending the condescension and making more engaging experiences. The same should be true for adult theater.
Be sure to check out the sixth annual Bring A Weasel and Pint Of Your Own Blood Festival featuring Mac Wellman’s groundbreaking Brooklyn College MFA Playwrights. August 4th-6th at E. 13th St. Theater.