600 Highwaymen’s Michael Silverstone talks to Jennie MaryTai Liu about her new work “Actress Fury”
Leslie Strongwater talks to Cheryl Henson about coming out of the object-theater closet and owning the “p-word”: puppets.
Maura shares thoughts on a few works at American Realness and Focus Dance.
Keith Hennessy responds to the Alastair/AR conversation.
The BKCP report is the culmination of eight months of hard work representing 3165+ person-hours of labor and $130K+ of in-kind support and $8K of self-funded cash donations. Meet the people who made it happen.
Read the final report from the Brooklyn Commune Project’s “Working Outside The Institution” research group, then read the whole report.
Blaming Alastair is so over, American Realness is neither of those things and The January Shit Show concludes. What are your resolutions for the New Year?
Videos of Culturebot events from last week including Brooklyn Commune Report presentation at APAP and conversations at UTR.
Lydia Mokdessi’s thoughts on Cori Olinghouse’s “Ghost Lines” and Megan Kendzior’s “Witness” at Danspace Project.
Check out the Brooklyn Commune Project Report – “The View From Here” and find out what all the fuss is about!
Culturebot contributor George Grella writes about opera, now.
Jennie MaryTai Liu talks to 600 Highwaymen’s Michael Silverstone and Abigail Browde about life, work, art and “The Record” that opens this week as part of the 2014 Under The Radar Festival.