Nellie Tinder’s “Evelyn” at The Bushwick Starr is a clever and creepy insight into manipulation, hysteria, the nature of fame and the culture of recovery.
Richard Maxwell’s style well-suits O’Neill’s text in this collaboration with the Wooster Group.
The Vancouver-based dance company Kidd Pivot Frankfurt RM makes its New York debut with a limited engagement at the Baryshnikov Arts Center
A post-rock concert in a greenhouse, with porn
A queer reading of queer dance.
Marius von Mayenburg’s dark comedy “The Ugly One” at SoHo Rep mines the incestuous relationship between good looks and power.
Two-Headed Calf’s new opera project, You, My Mother, poignantly explores the relationship between children (daughters) and their mothers.
Indie-Classical string quartet Brooklyn Rider brings the goods, rocking Beethoven and more on their 4th release, available online February 21st and in a limited edition vinyl pressing.
Nellie Tinder presents Evelyn at The Bushwick Starr, starting February 22.
Andy’s belated write-up of Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods and EIRA’s presentation of BLESSED at NYLA.
From inanimate to animate: what makes an object more than a bit player in performance?
Mike Daisey proves theater can help change the world, and Jeremy Barker owes him a drink