Lydia Mokdessi talks to Stephen Petronio about his new work “Like Lazarus Did” and various other resurrections.
Lydia Mokdessi on Gwen Welliver’s Beasts and Plots.
Newest installment of Culturebot Scanner to get the word out about what we’re excited to see over the next two weeks.
Lydia Mokdessi talks with dancer/choreographer Anna Sperber, who presents “The Superseded Third” at The Chocolate Factory Theater this week.
Fusebox Festival blogger Aaron Sanders sends this report from underneath The Austin Pig Pile.
Maura saw Marya Wethers and Enrico D. Wey/Jon Kinzel at Danspace Project. She wrote about it, sent it to the artists, and one of them responded.
Aaron Sanders reports live from deep inside the Austin Pig Pile.
Culturebot contributor Hani Omar Khalil responds to Mohammed Fairouz’s Symphony No. 4, “In The Shadow of No Towers” which premiered on March 26, 2013 at Carnegie Hall.
Katherine Catmull previews “Guest By Courtesy”, opening April 18 at the Fusebox Festival in Austin, TX.
Looking back at first gathering of The Brooklyn Commune on March 24, 2013 at The Invisible Dog.
Fusebox Festival blogger Robyn Ross writes about Ant Hampton’s “Cue China” currently in Austin, TX and coming to NYC May 1-5, presented by PS122 as part of the PEN World Voices Festival.
The result of an interview with Jesse Zaritt and Jumatatu Poe, regarding their studio series at NYLA this week.