The monologist’s new show has earned raves for his performance even as critics take issue with the content
American artists – NTUSA, Miguel Gutierrez, Annie-B Parson and Dan Safer – use a few minutes of a French movie as the basis for their performances. Presented in association with Les Subsistances.
Cuqui Jerez’ “The Rehearsal” is a mind-bendingly good time.
Faustin Linyekula’s “more more more….future” is an intense musical journey from soukous to psychedelia to hard rock and back again, a sociopolitical investigation of Congo, dancing at the edge of apocalypse and having a mighty good time.
The iconic choreographer explores his own mortality in “I don’t believe in outer space”
The venerable LIFT Festival plays host to an innovative new experimental platform for work exploring distance and dislocation with a digital invitation to anyone around the world
Jason Holtham and Keith Josef Adkins present the latest installment of their festival celebrating boundary-breaking emerging black theater artists
La MaMa celebrates 50 years with a World Block Party on Sunday October 16 from 2-6PM.
Work begins on the latest new high-end arts space in Brooklyn’s downtown cultural district, where BRIC will take up residency in 2013
Trying to see what’s there to see in Lin Hwai-min’s latest calligraphic exploration “Water Stains on the Wall”
Choreographer Wang Yuanyuan, whose “Haze” comes to BAM this month, talks about making contemporary dance in China
“Ordinary Witnesses,” the first of two at NYLA, uses interviews with torture survivors to explore the human capacity to survive