The first in a series of essays on the origins, practices and implications of “non-traditional” theater.
Check out “The Future at the End of the World”, an immersive, interdisciplinary group performance in the largely abandoned offices of the James A. Farley Post Office in Midtown Manhattan. Curated by Andy Horwitz, presented and produced by Immediate Medium.
Culturebot co-hosts a discussion into the future of performance
Aki Sasamoto’s Centripetal Run, at the Chocolate Factory this week, is a return to theater for an artist who works in multiple fields.
“The ensemble has to generate its own very particular vocabulary in order to articulate the words and actions that the play demands and to get people comfortable in grounding their presence on stage.”
Culturebot’s Buck Wanner talks to choreographer Lucy Guerin about her piece “Untrained” that opens this week at BAM.
Andy on “Roman Tragedies” at BAM and what dance can learn from Beck and the Grateful Dead.
Join Witness Relocation and friends for a two week intensive dance/ theater workshop
AUNTS “Populous” is the latest creative insurrection by this loose anarchic roving collective of choreographic contras.
A festival of art and technology; Culturebot co-curates Long Table on Saturday night
The inaugural “First Person” where we invite artists to share their thoughts on their work, practice and the state of the field
A fierce South African reconception of Strindberg’s play falters under the weight of the racial, economic, and social issues