Katy Einerson, Dixon Place’s Director of Programming, talks to Ildiko Nemeth about her new production of Italo Calvino’s Cosmicomics opening March 28th at Dixon Place.
Lydia’s thoughts on Faye Driscoll’s “Thank You For Coming” at Danspace at Beth Gill’s “New Work for the Desert” at NYLA
Relational March Day 21-25 In Akron, Ohio, we perform at Rubber City Noise‘s RCNCAVE, curated by Lisa Miralia. On the third floor of an abandoned building, a wall of speakers, low light, and plastic-covered windows set the scene for a mixed-discipline night that begins with the
In the face of it all, New York dancers persist. They are “sublime” as Claudia La Rocco says, but precarious and imperiled.
Andy talks to Christopher Ashworth and Adam Bachman of Figure 53, the software company behind QLab and Tixato.
From APRIL 17 – APRIL 27, 2014 at LaMama The Tribe of Tom will celebrate Tom Murrin’s life and memory by summoning his energy back into this world. Gather together to howl ecstatically and offer gifts to the Goddess of the Full Moon.
Relational March Day 17-20 In Minneapolis, Emily Gastineau and Billy Mullaney (who work together as Fire Drill) have braved the cold long enough to curate an incredible show at The White Page of primarily “post-dance” works, including a piece by Samantha Johns (involving chocolate milk, dominoes
New York is not becoming a Global City, it already is. How did that happen and what does that mean?
Response to the Brooklyn Commune has been so great, we’re building a DIY Commune Kit.
Announcing the official launch of Petron.io, the digital of hub of the Petronio matrix.
The Chocolate Factory’s Brian Rogers talks to Daniel Fish and Andrew Dinwiddie about their collaboration on “PHIL. 176 / OBIT” opening March 22, 2014 at The Bushwick Starr.
Relational March Day 10-16 After performances at SPATIVM in Lincoln, NE (part of Parrish Studios), Public Space One in Iowa City, IA and Evolution Arts Collective in Madison, WI and other brief public stunts, PPL and Future Death Toll attempt to respond to clusters of