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”
Heidi Latsky Dance administrative associate and performer Jerron Herman reflects on ON DISPLAY presented at NYU Skirball.
In Ayun Halliday’s new play, all dialogue is culled from social media.
I am a curator; I am a caretaker. I am not telling them what to do or think.
Or, All The Questions I Was Too Shy/Chicken To Ask At The Just Like A Woman Long Table.
“At this crossroads/carrefour/kalfu at which we find ourselves, let our decisions to move forward be based on fearlessness of change and the possibility of the fantastic.”
X-ID, a pop-up repertory company, will bring together a diverse group of theater artists to examine the occurrence of intercultural cross-play on American stages.
They were piecing themselves together through the same incomplete processes, using the same Elmer’s glue, the same glitter, its tiny broken mirrors.
An essay response to the Big Outdoor Site-Specific Stuff Festival (Oct. 23-25, 2015)