Alexandra Pinel chats with Emily Johnson about SHORE at New York Live Arts, April 23-25.
Emie Hughes speaks with Ayano Elson about “Name is Yoko”, premiering at Gibney Work Up 1.2, April 16-18.
Drew Malmuth speaks with Peter Bouteneff about Arvo Pärt and New York Live Arts’ Live Ideas Festival (April 15-19).
Plays, words, bodies, video, and music collide in this immersive mash-up of ‘Hedda Gabler’ and ‘The Bacchae,’ at the Immersive Gallery through April 25th.
While walking to my interview with Jody Christopherson, I passed the site of the building that exploded a few weeks ago on Second Avenue and Seventh Street. I marveled at how a building that had previously blended in so seamlessly with the landscape of the
MONEY LAB proves that theatre and the market are equally unpredictable.
I suppressed the urge to twerk all the way to my seat. Volume up, the bass thumping. Professedly, I did bust a move or two (or three), although, looking around, I seemed to be one of only a few audience members in The Public’s Martinson
Katie Gaydos on “The Dance Apocalypse/Solos” at JACK.
Problematizing The Wooster Group’s CRY, TROJANS!
I saw Witness Relocation’s Daily Life Everlasting by Charles Mee at LaMama. Then I wrote a poem.
The director of Witness Relocation discusses staging an odyssey through a yard-sale in their third production of a new play by Charles Mee
Video games as virtual disaster tourism and the liberation of memory in Ogawa’s latest play