A group of young dance-makers displays some incredible movement talent, but even in an environment designed to promote risk-taking, only a few seemed to push their boundaries
Our too-much-to-do list includes Peter Jacobs’ new show at the Chocolate Factory, a play about sex with comatose women directed by Lee Breuer, and more
A belated write-up for several shows Andy saw over the past two weeks around town, from The Kitchen to Harlem to Soho.
Diana Szeinblum’s “Alaska” will be shown in HD at BAM Rose Cinemas on Mon, Dec 5 at 7pm. Don’t miss!
What is the difference between Visual Art Performance and Contemporary Performance and why does it matter? Andy proposes some questions and answers.
Democracy, Art & Critics, or, What Happens to Important Stuff If There’s No One to Call It Important?
Michael Kaiser has been rightly ran through the ringer, but in this brave new democratically discoursive world, what happens to art?
The talented choreographer’s newest work, at BAM’s Next Wave Fest, starts with a lot of promise, but then seems to lose its way before an unsatisfying end
Andy adds his $.02 to Jeremy’s response to Michael Kaiser’s HuffPo essay.
Sesquipedal performer and Culturebot contributor Mashinka Firunts returns to New York with the collaborative Semiospectacle this weekend
Michael Kaiser laments that cultural elites can’t put a ticket-buying fear of ignorance into the masses anymore
Anal sex, cocaine and pederasty – Thomas Bradshaw is up to his old tricks in “Burning,” a new play produced by The New Group and directed by Scott Elliott
Donovan & Calderón’s new show at Incubator Arts Project is a humorous look at a dysfunctional group of scientists