Christopher Herrmann’s film in which Richard Move gives an extraordinary larger-than-life performance as Martha Graham, the mother of Modern Dance, is now available on DVD.
When Andy isn’t running Culturebot he has this other gig working at LMCC. Or maybe its the other way around. Anyway, one of the things he does is organize The River To River Festival. This year’s Festival is a bit different than in previous years and here are a few ways to plan your adventure. 7 days a week from June17 – July 15 and FREE TO ALL!
In the first part of a projected quartet, famed Canadian director Robert LePage explores hypocrisy and war as juxtaposed between two desert cities: glitzy Las Vegas and bombed-out Baghdad
Austin’s Rude Mechs return to the roots by reviving Richard Shechner’s seminal “Dionysus in ’69” this fall at NYLA
Our intrepid correspondent reports from the kick-off of Toronto’s premiere summer performance festival with a review of Lemieux Pilon’s “La Belle et la Bête”
Cuturebot contributor Cassie Peterson tackles the idea of “queer art” as we enter Queer New York, opening Thurs., June 7 at Abrons Arts
The choreographer discusses his new duet with Bryan Strimpel, opening this weekend as part of DANCENOW at Joe’s Pub
A controversy has erupted over whether a Washington, DC theater company made inappropriate use of the widely-toured 2009 piece “Americana Kamikaze”
Culturebot contributor Avia Moore reports from Toronto, previewing Luminato Festival.
Culturebot contributor Moe Beitiks discusses artifact, activism, performance, and the hangover of the BP oil spill in The Gulf as represented in the work of Brandon Ballengee, currently on display at Ronald Feldman Gallery.
The ImpRossArio brings Spiegeltent back to NYC, this time to Times Square and it is better than ever! Andy recounts his long and lascivious history with this peripatetic circus of debauchery and glamor.