The Brazilian artist takes a few minutes from his North American tour to talk about the host of works he’ll be presenting in NYC this weekend
Alyssa Alpine talks with ERS’s director about “The Select,” which just opened at NYTW and plays through early October
Xavier Le Roy challenges notions of dance – and music – with his performance piece “More Mouvements
für Lachenmann” as part of FIAF’s Crossing The Line Festival.
Ruth Maleczech is riveting in Mabou Mines new multimedia production recounting the after-death journey of James Joyce’s troubled daughter Lucia.
Composer Arvo Part and architecture firm Snohetta collaborate on “To A Great City”, the current installment of the Guggenheim Museum’s STILLSPOTTING project.
Two shows at this year’s Philadelphia Live Arts/Fringe Fest explore the breakdown of communication in the digital era
Choreographer Deganit Shemy talks about translating her site-specific work “2 kilos of sea” for the stage at BAC, where the show opens this week
The provocateurs behind “Shockheaded Peter” bring a new work to Philadelphia Live Arts Festival
Back a few years ago Ian Belton wrote a Hunter S. Thompson-y series of rambles for Culturebot under the name Ivan Bellman. He occasionally pops by to chime in – here are his 9/11-related memories.
Portland, Oregon’s best known devising company presents free showings of three recent works opposite the TBA Festival
The Kitchen turns 40 with a dance-heavy season, the Chocolate Factory offers an eclectic mix, and Abrons presents some known commodities