New Paradise Labs’ “27” and Lucidity Suitcase’s “Red-Eye to Havre de Grace” have plenty of strengths, but don’t fully pull it off
Culturebot faves Rebecca Patek, Liz Santoro, and Arturo Vidich bring works-in-progress to the Museum of Arts & Design
“Turbulence,” developed in Portland and Seattle, opens today in SF and makes its way to NYC next week
The NYC theater company is “breaking apart the actual location we are working in and taking this space and trying to distill…the spirit of the Yard.”
MAPP’s “Voices of Strength” project, seen last week at New York Live Arts, opens the door for a new African aesthetic to be considered.
The Paris-based choreographer discusses translating a late Beethoven quartet into movement
Collective for Dance Writing and New Media presents a conversation between dance artists Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener and dance writer Nancy Dalva on November 5, 7pm, at DNA.
It’s seldom that the founder of Franklin Furnace, a prominent conceptual poet, and the Artistic Director of Performance Space 122 rally together in video format in support of a single publication. Ugly Duckling Presse’s Emergency Index fundraising campaign is one such occasion, and with good
The Irish performance company returns to New York to develop their newest work exploring gender, body politics, and economics
Contributor Ruth Wikler-Luker records two weeks of show-going in Portland, Oregon
Or, How Much Female Empowerment Are We Allowed?
The show dwells in a world of the barely seen and the partially heard, but instead of inspiring activism, it spurs apathy