It’s like walking into an abandoned house where everything’s been left the way it was.
An exploration of the ‘course-driven’ theater structure via CHASE – WHAT MATTERS MOST at Dixon Place
Dan O’Neil and Jennifer Cayer attended ‘tiger tiger (on the nature of violence)’ at Dixon Place on separate nights. Then they wrote this.
A decade after he helped pioneer theater blogging, director Isaac Butler looks back
Amelia Parenteau responds to ‘Savannah Bay’ at BAM
A response to Screame at the United Solo Festival, and an interview with the show’s creator and performer, Nate Speare.
Amelia Parenteau responds to Jessica Almasy’s ‘tiger tiger (on the nature of violence)’ at Dixon Place
We see fiery passion, desperate failing, and tender hope. It soars into outer space and plunges deep into human consciousness.
French playwright Joris Lacoste on his latest work with spoken language.
Hurricane Sandy by way of giraffe costume by way of Beyoncé.
Jerry Lieblich and Jarrett Moran go in-depth about poop and mass
Reflections on Operating Theater Company’s “The Oracle”