Jess Applebaum gives a heads-up about Matthew Paul Olmos’ “so go the ghosts of méxico, part one” at LaMama, opening April 11.
Another installment of the Culturebot Scanner to help put performance on your radar.
In defense of Tim Sanford’s response to audience reaction to Annie Baker’s The Flick at Playwright’s Horizons
Sam Green performs his latest film at The Kitchen this week.
KJ Sanchez explores land, community and identity in her new solo Highway 47
Last summer I went out to Los Angeles at the invitation of my friend Ben who introduced me to the Miami-based dance sensation Rosie Herrera, who was working a look kind of like this: In the fall our paths crossed again in Minneapolis and we
Fusebox Festival blogger Shannon McCormick reporting from Austin, TX. For the past nine years, Austin’s Fusebox Festival has sought to bring a sense of local, national, and international community and dialogue to the often isolated and far-flung practioners of new work, or experimental performance, or
Andy talks to Troy Herion about American Composers Orchestra’s coLABoratory at Zankel Hall on April 5, 2013.