Moscow’s Teatr.doc , an independent theater and art space, is raided in a heavy-handed police action for showing documentary about Ukraine conflict
A long form interview about Ayad Ahktar’s The Invisible Hand
Jessica Almsay talks to playwright Kristine Haruna Lee about her play WAR LESBIAN, currently running at Dixon Place.
Ensemble Pi, a new chamber music ensemble, talks about how they bring together music and political activism on the occasion of their Ninth Annual Peace Project.
Meg Weeks considers Neil Greenberg’s newest work.
Jenna Clark Embrey responds to HARP artist Joseph Silovsky’s Send for the Million Men at HERE Arts Center
This month, Brooklyn-based choreographer Nadia Tykulsker and her collective, Spark(edIt) Arts, will debut a pair of performance endeavors. The first is a new work, Saw You Yesterday, made for four dancers atop a continuously spinning platform. The second is a new curatorial initiative, Soft Openings,
Stormy and Tara on Alex Rodabaugh and Rakiya Orange in a split bill curated by Miguel Gutierrez for Gibney’s DoublePlus.
When every performance becomes an act of composition: One to one with Marino Formenti, piano ‘pugilist’ extraordinaire
Joost Ramaer on Marino Formenti
Stormy Budwig considers honesty, youth, fear, Marina, Ann Liv, and Sherry.
Alex Romania reflects on Luke George’s “Not About Face” at the Chocolate Factory Theater.
Hannah Wolf interviews Simón Adinia Hanukai about his piece THE FALL, which examines the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.